The Telegraph
Sunday , October 30 , 2016

Where dreams still take flight

Large swathes of colourful kite paper lie cut in meticulously measured pieces in the courtyard of Bholanath Dham on Beadon Street.   | Read..

Made in China for Calcutta sky

Salt Lake to Kidderpore, Bagbazar to Behala, sky lanterns or phanush made in China are the toast of every fireworks stall in the city.   | Read..

Gold rush at midnight

Cars parked in double lines, cops looking the other way, chaat seller cashing in on a steady stream of shoppers. Welcome to Camac Street on Dhanteras night. The scene was...   | Read..

Attack after drink protest

Three persons were arrested after they pelted a house in Haridevpur with stones on Saturday morning as the residents had protested their drinking in the open, police said.   | Read..

Teacher dead

Sybil Alice Martyr, who taught at Pratt Memorial for 23 years and La┬áMartiniere for Boys for 15, died on Tuesday. She completed 102 a week earlier.   | Read..
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