The Telegraph
Friday , January 22 , 2016
Salt Lake

A club close to home

Executives of New Town-based companies need no longer drive to south Calcutta to entertain their clients at the fancy clubs there. Come April and New Town Kolkata Development Authority (NKDA) will...   | Read..

Civic body back on eviction path, hawkers cry politics

The Bidhannagar Municipal Corporation undertook yet another eviction drive on Tuesday afternoon. Two corporation trucks and a backhoe loader cleared pavements from near the...   | Read..

Women prefer men with glasses: Abir Chatterjee

Men seldom make passes at girls who wear glasses. So wrote the American poet, humorist and wit Dorothy Parker in 1925. But ask Abir Chatterjee and he would tell you that...   | Read..

Curtains on Purbachal Utsav

The 19th edition of Purbachal Utsav took place at Purbachal Community Centre last week. The seven day-long festival featured local talent as well as guest artistes.    | Read..

Phalsa: Tree to glass

Though not too common, the berry-like Phalsa is a sweet fruit eaten fresh as dessert, processed into syrup and extensively used in manufacturing soft drinks   | Read..

My garden

Quite the snowbird, Ajay K. Das flies to Salt Lake in winter and to Chicago in summer, where he lives after retiring as a dermatologist. He loves gardening so his days here...   | Read..

Row over Bidhannagar Mela extension

The duration of Bidhannagar Mela (Utsav) has been extended till January 26, amid confusion, dissent, protests and even a gherao of councillors. Some stall-keepers have even...   | Read..
A club close to home