The Telegraph
Sunday , April 6 , 2014

Warts eclipse wows on west bank

Travelling across the more than 70-year-old Howrah bridge to reach the west bank of the Hooghly, one can’t but marvel at the sight of the mighty river. Dotted with steamers, buoys and boats that navigate its muddy waters, the expansive stretch of water meanders across in a north-south direction....   | Read..

Sixty years of the dream conquest

“… For what is Everest without the eye that sees it? It is the hearts of men that make it big or small.” ...   | Read..

Puppets tug at heartstrings

Beniputul, the traditional glove puppets of Bengal; kathputli, string puppets from Rajasthan, and Ravanchhaya puppets ...   | Read..

Long live literature

Soft-spoken and light-footed, Gulzar walked into the auditorium of Bhasha Bhavan at National Library on a sultry Saturday aft...   | Read..

Thriller inspired by Kandahar

Just after noon, the sky clouded over without warning and it started to rain. So unrelenting was the downpour that many invit...   | Read..

A home away from home

This Korean in Calcutta has embraced the best of both worlds. Born and raised in Seoul, South Korea, Ju Yeon Seo brought to t...   | Read..

Next weekend you can be at ... Kendubillo

In our country, any place with a temple easily attracts a million pilgrims. But it feels good to find a small village in ...   | Read..
Warts eclipse wows on west bank
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