The Telegraph
Friday , November 27 , 2015
Salt Lake

Tour home, not away

Faced with stiff competition from foreign destinations, Indian states are resorting to innovative marketing strategies to retain domestic customers. Tourism fairs held at Central Park over the last...   | Read..

Mobility expert moots car sharing

Walk out of office and head not for your own car but for an automated parking system housed in a silo called hive. Present your booking token at an automated kiosk in front...   | Read..

Roads & markets on demand list

Civic authorities aiming to win the nation-wide smart city contest may have mobile apps and e-governance on their minds but Salt Lake residents are still searching for...   | Read..

Mr Centenarian

Just because I’ve turned 100, please don’t assume my game is over,” said Ranajit Roychoudhuri, a resident of AC Block, on being felicitated on stage....   | Read..

Sights of the season’s last festival: Jagaddhatri puja

The Jagaddhatri idol at KC Block.   | Read..

Snacks for jumbo, dates from Persia

Chalta may be a common fruit tree in the parks of Salt Lake, but in the wild, it is a favourite snack of elephants. In fact, that is why it is known in English as Elephant...   | Read..

My garden

Not a conventional garden, this, for the plants in Anisha Chaturvedi’s house peep out of more bookracks than clay pots! Crotons sit cosy in modular kitchen baskets,...   | Read..


The November 6 article titled “Smartness defined” enumerated the salient features that a smart city should have. So I started checking how well Salt Lake and New Town fared...   | Read..
Tour home, not away