The Telegraph
Friday , February 14 , 2014

Lost city

A proposal to build a film city on 79 acres of land on the banks of the Hooghly under Kotrang mouza of Uttarpara-Kotrang Municipality seems lost in a maze of rehabilitation, compensation and infrastructure issues. Local people, including a section of...  | Read.. 
Translating Tharoor and more
Diplomat-turned-author-turned-politician Sashi Tharoor was more than delighted to have his The Great Indian Novel tran ...  | Read.. 
Where they forbid you to hit a six
Since 2012, an All Bengal Sub-junior T20 tournament is being played on the field of Badal Bose Cricket Academy, the cricket w ...  | Read.. 
Worshipping the goddess of learning
Saraswati puja at ‘Master Bari’ in Bataitala Bazar is a big event for locals, particularly this year being the 50 ...  | Read.. 
Pithe puli served with songs and dance
The final days of the month of Magh in the Bengali calendar, heralding the end of winter, are being celebrated with grandeur ...  | Read.. 
About the Himalayan states
The theme was the Himalayas and the students of MC Kejriwal Vidyapeeth (MCKV) put up a variety of programmes related to the m ...  | Read.. 
Theatre fest
Baksara’s first theatre festival was organized by Baksara Maati on January 19 at the Kanak Kanan Maidan in south Baksar ...  | Read.. 
A number of brick kilns have been operating at the proposed site for a film city in Uttarpara. Pictures by Anup Bhattacharya