04 Nov 2013
Kolkata: Dig into savouries, sandwiches and continental fare named after batting great Sachin Tendulkar, courtesy a special menu dedicated to him here.
11 Jan 2014
Kolkata: Indian-origin British author and scriptwriter Farrukh Dhondy says that the formula films churned out by the Hindi film industry "don't work in the West". He also said that Bollywood actors were popular only amongst the Indian diaspora in Britain.
11 Jan 2014
New Delhi: Defending champions Mumbai Indians, the formidable Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals are three teams who have exhausted all their five retentions available for the seventh edition of the cash-rich IPL as the franchises on Friday submitted their list to the Governing Council.
20 Nov 2013
Kolkata: At a time when West Bengal aspires to make Kolkata comparable to London, it has apparently got something in common with some other UK cities in terms of spending on energy bills.
31 Dec 2013
Kolkata: Young professionals dazzled the ramp as the multiple ‘Senoritas’, as popular director Raj Chakraborty and ‘Mrs India World’ Dimpi Bhagat spotted future silver screen idols.
29 Oct 2013
Kolkata: The Darren Sammy-led West Indies cricket squad arrived in Kolkata on Monday for the first of the two Tests against India in what is legendary batsman Sachin Tendulkar's farewell series.
15 Nov 2013
Kolkata: The foundation for a museum of international standard - Kolkata Museum of Modern Art (KMOMA) - for an understanding and appreciation of art among people, was laid by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.
16 Oct 2013
Behrampore (WB): The fare hike in Kolkata Metro Railway has been put on hold and the stages of journey would be changed after discussion with the Railway Board, Minister of State for Railways Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury said on Tuesday night.
26 Dec 2013
Kolkata: In the first ever show to celebrate the curvaceous bodies of Indian women, buxom-bodied models walked the ramp in the city with a popular Tollywood singer-actor turning as show-stopper.
11 Oct 2013
Kolkata: Ostracized from Durga Puja pandals, sex workers of Sonagachi have for the first time broken shackles of social prejudice to organize their own puja.