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Jazz guru's guitar falls silent

Carlton Kitto, the city's most famous bebop jazz guitarist, passed away at his Alimuddin Street home on Monday morning. He was 76. The Telegraph, 1 month ago
Guitar gently weeps as Carlton Kitto falls silent Times of India, 1 month ago

Carlton Kitto: The end of an era for bebop music

Once upon a time, Park Street in Kolkata was the epicentre of dance, music and good food. Big bands playing bebop and swing music, ladies twirling in beautiful long gowns, gentlemen smoking cigars and sipping on their wine glasses — the whole ...
 DNA India1 month ago Sold to the soul  Livemint.com2 weeks ago The last of India's jazz legends  The Hindu1 month ago India Lost A Jazz Legend Today In Case You Missed It  MensXP.com1 month ago

CPI(M) not to attend Tuesday opposition party meeting in Delhi: Sitaram Yechuri

KOLKATA: CPIM general secretary Sitaram Yechuri announced here on Monday that they would not attend the meeting called by the Congress in Delhi on Tuesday. The Congress has called the meeting of the sixteen opposition parties to decide their next ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago

Man arrested with three-kg charas

Ahmedabad, Dec 8 (PTI) The Narcotics Control Bureau arrested a person from Sabarmati Railway Station here and seized three kilograms of 'charas' valued at around Rs 15 lakh from his possession. According to an NCB official, the arrested person, ...
 Press Trust of India1 month ago

'Strike in West Bengal unsuccessful'

Left front chairman and senior CPM leader Biman Bose admitted that the strike in West Bengal was unsuccessful and that it could have been a mistake on the part of left leaders to call a strike in this manner. Speaking at Alimuddin Street, party's ...
 TheWeek1 month ago

Nitish Kumar's absence flips the script, turns Akrosh Divas into frustration divas for Opposition

The Jan Akrosh Divas, called by a fractured Opposition driven by its fear of Narendra Modi 's ever increasing political capital, resembled more a 'Frustration Divas' due to the lack of jan (people's) support behind the akrosh (rage). If the rage ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago

CPM: Bandh success not our aim

Calcutta, Nov. 27: The Bengal CPM has said its target is not to make Monday's strike a "success", an unusual declaration that suggests the party has realised its call is not making much headway on the ground. "Our target is not to make the strike ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Left mourns for 'kin of the soul'

Nov. 26: A pall descended on Bengal's Marxists this morning as the news of Fidel Castro's death arrived. "We lost an atmar atmiyo (kin of the soul)," veteran CPM labour leader Shyamal Chakraborty said. United in grief with the arch-rival, ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

LF calls Bangla bandh on Nov 28 to protest note ban; TMC opposes, to stage padyatra

The Left Front today called a 12-hour Bengal bandh on November 28 in protest against the move of demonetisation of Rs 500 and Rs 1000 notes by the Narendra Modi-led NDA government at the Centre. The announcement was made today by Left Front chairman ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago

Left protest dilemma

Calcutta, Nov. 21: The Bengal CPM is in an odd place in the Mamata Banerjee-Narendra Modi debate over the demonetisation drive. In protesting the Centre's demonetisation implementation, CPM state secretary Surjya Kanta Mishra has been echoing the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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