The Telegraph
| Sunday, January 1, 2017 |



The proscriptions and prescriptions of the twelve months just gone by will loom low over the twelve months that lie ahead, says Aakar Patel

How shall we remember 2016, a leap year in more ways than one? We were presented this entire year a series of dazzling moves from a genius leader who offered magic solutions to our problems. | Read»

Earth accept an honoured guest...

The Scottish Cemetery in Calcutta is about the dead, of course; but Upala Sen discovered it has become as much about the living. Photographs by Subhendu Chaki

It is Eid-e-Milad. The roads around Beckbagan-Mallickbazar area are ringing with festivity. I've been looking for the Scottish Cemetery for the past half hour. Have been directed once to the South... | Read»

The joke's on the joker

When the circus came to town, Moumita Chaudhuri caught a show. Here's what she saw

" Kal khel mein hum ho na ho, Gardish mein taare rahenge sada..." | Read»

Nectar on my palm, a winter's tale

Prasun Chaudhuri travels to nolen gur country to find that...

Silhouettes of scattered date palms look like ravaged sentinels in the golden mustard fields. The sky is still clinging to its blanket of mist. It's peak winter. This year, the mercury has dipped... | Read»