The Telegraph
Thursday , October 13 , 2016

Revelry report card and a record

An early start to pandal-hopping, a puja that attracted crowds like no other, unruly bikers on roads and mistimed cyclonic circulations marked Calcutta’s date with Bengal’s biggest...   | Read..

Rush of feet for 1000 arms

Deshapriya Park Durgotsav redefined Durga Puja management this year in ways that Calcutta police and the organisers couldn't have anticipated.   | Read..

Trump card: to be or not to be

Donald Trump and the Republican Party drama, Barack Obama and his impeccable personality, the ideals of a party and the face that represents it - all this and more spiced...   | Read..

Helmet-less rider falls of scooter, dies

A 39-year-old woman who was holding a helmet instead of wearing it while riding pillion on her son's scooter died after falling off the two-wheeler on Dashami night.   | Read..

Biker dies in Spiti rally

Veteran biker Subhamoy Paul, 49, had bought an imported rally bike - a KTM 500 EXC - about four years ago. He died riding it while taking part in the Moto Quads Xtreme...   | Read..

Trader cries assault

A 42-year-old trader was beaten up allegedly in front of a Salt Lake councillor for refusing to hand over his car to a group of youths while he was driving back home with...   | Read..

From intimate to intimidate

Growing up in the '90s on Tilak Road, the lane behind Deshapriya Park, Durga Puja actually meant tripping over (to) another park - Maddox Square. The patch of green to see...   | Read..

Festivity, the day after

Pandal-hopping which had started on Tritiya (October 4) continued on Ekadashi (October 12) at some pujas.  Pictures by Bishwarup Dutta and Shubham Paul   | Read..
Students of La Martiniere for Boys enact a scene from Macbeth. The curtain rose with the entry of the three witches of the Shakespearean play....   | Read..
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