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No madness such as this
Hindu Business Line

No madness such as this

Squeezed around the edge of Kolkata's busy Chowringhee and its expansive Maidan, a small cluster of shops has long catered to the city's many sporting needs. Awash with the purple of Kolkata Knight Riders jerseys until recently, Maidan Market is ... Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago

Indian film's African premiere at Diff

A hit Bollywood film makes its African premiere at the Durban International Festival, which comes to a close this weekend. In this article Bollywood Hungama's Subhash K Ja discusses the film. In Mrinal Sen's Khandhar, desolation was epitomised as ...
 IOL1 day ago

Chase for container leads to sandalwood

KOLKATA: The officials of Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) on Tuesday found sandalwood worth Rs 4 crore stashed inside a container that was seized by the cops on July 5 on the Kona Expressway. According to police, Ankush Sappal - the owner ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Lounge Opinion | I can walk English, I can talk English

Deepika Padukone and Arjun Kapoor in Finding Fanny Many Bollywood actors speak and think in English, read their scripts in the Roman alphabet, and are much more comfortable with giving interviews in English than in Hindi. The popular ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago
Times of India

Big stars only pay lip service to you

Aparna Sen Five-time National Award-winning film-maker Aparna Sen gets candid at the ninth edition of Habitat Film Festival, which hosted a retrospective of her films. She speaks about making her debut Hindi film Saari Raat , and working with ...
 Indian Express1 month ago Big stars only pay lip service to you  Indian Express1 month ago On a retrospective journey with Aparna Sen  Times of India2 months ago

Pitching heritage conservation for future generation

Heritage conservation appears to have finally caught on, with the arts playing a major role. In Kolkata, the focus seems to be on transforming colonial era mansions into museums. The latest initiative in this category is the decision of the Indian ...
 Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Don't miss the eats in pursuit of seats

NEW DELHI: The heat is punishing and the queues are long, but fortunately, Delhi University isn't lacking in places to refuel. Dozens of food joints have sprouted and thrived on its two campuses. Some are just weeks old-the DU Canteen at North ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Learning about Kolkata on foot

A walk can be an invigorating experience. For the historically-minded, even more so if one is taking a walk down the streets of Kolkata, also known as the ''City of Palaces''. Once the seat of the British Raj, second only to London till the capital ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

City pavements sold off on drafted agreements

Walking on a pavement in New Market or Gariahat is virtually impossible, thanks to the hordes of hawkers who illegally occupy the pavements. But how illegal is it, considering the pavement takeovers are done after taking care of all necessary ...
 Times of India2 months ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Other side of museum

The Indian Museum never looked better than it does now, during its bicentennial celebrations. But for the flyover, which blocks the view, the magnificent edifice would have been the most stunning colonial structure in this city. After dark it looks ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago
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