The Telegraph
Friday , August 17 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999
Salt Lake

For an Olympian from our backyard

The township cheered the Saina Nehwals and Sushil Kumars at the Olympics but one wonders if anyone from our schools can some day represent India in the global sports arena. The Telegraph Salt Lake went around the schools of the township to che...  | Read.. 
Games they teach in our schools
BG Block Games taught: Cricket, football, volleyball, carrom and chess. Badminton has been started from 2012. Yoga is compulsory for Classes VI to X and mini-tennis has been ...  | Read.. 
Clothes bonus at crafts fair
Those looking to start their Puja shopping this month can head to a fair that’s on at Aikatan. Though called West Benga ...  | Read.. 
Silver harvest, Japanese style
This monsoon, experience hilsa the Japanese way. Aura, the restaurant at The Sonnet, is hosting the Unique Oriental Food Fest ...  | Read.. 
Married to music
‘I will go wash utensils in the courtesans’ houses if that’s what it takes to learn how to sing.’ ...  | Read.. 
Just jamun
Mango trees are deep-rooted, symmetrical and evergreen. They attain heights of about 90ft and widths of about 80ft. Mangoes c ...  | Read.. 
Students of Apeejay School on their annual sports day