The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
PC come easy'
Fourteen-year-old Sujit Sen had been badgering his father for a personal computer (PC) at home for a while. His father did not trust assembled PCs and branded ones were out of reach. All that changed when Mr Sen chanced upon a billboard promoting a local brand of computers starting at less than Rs 10,000....  | Read.. 
Next weekend you can be at ... Barrackpore
For many, Barrackpore is only an industrial town. But for those in love with the past ...  | Read.. 
New corner for sip 'n' bite
Since May 24, 1887, when Lt-Gov. Sir Stewart Bailey launched the institution ceremoniously, Calcutta Swimming Club (then know...  | Read.. 
Saying more with less
We were driving through suburban Chicago. The area was far less crowded than downtown. My host was ...  | Read.. 
PC come easy…
Hello, it's Sunday, September 11, 2005
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Just another Bengali belle on the big screen or an actress of substance' As...  | Read.. 
Dinner date with celeb brigade
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