The Telegraph
| Sunday, April 24, 2016 |


Anda ka new funda

Cholesterol, once widely condemned, is being pardoned. A section of doctors and researchers tells T.V. Jayan that dietary cholesterol may not affect the heart as previously thought

Eggs have finally passed muster. So have mutton and cheese. Cholesterol, once seen as the sure road to death, has been exonerated. Doctors - in some parts of the world, at least - no longer frown upon those eating food rich in cholesterol, even if... | Read»

Appy holidays

The mobile phone is your new holiday planner. And while Google may be the new kid on the travel block, others are giving the search engine a tough fight, finds Avijit Chatterjee  

So you have finally been granted leave and are planning a holiday in the hills. Everybody around you is full of advice - suggesting destinations, hotels and the way to travel. Just whom do you... | Read»

A few good men

A 90-minute, no-pause play celebrates the contribution of Indian soldiers who died thousands of miles from home a hundred years ago, fighting a war that was not of their making, writes Shrabani Basu

The deafening sound of artillery fire reverberates through the auditorium. The smell of burnt shells fills the air. The stage lights up to reveal a disused barn. Rubble and dust fall through the... | Read»