The Telegraph
Saturday , August 5 , 2017

Ten years of change

In 2007, on the 60th anniversary of the country's independence, I described India as a 'fifty-fifty' democracy. By this I did not mean that exactly 50 per cent of India was democratic, while exactly 50 per cent was not. Rather, the phrase (borrowe......   | Read..

Fruit for thought

It has been a rather fruitful journey. From the orchards of Bengal to breakfast tables across Europe. Apparently, England is demanding more than just bacon, eggs - poached ......   | Read..

The world breaks everyone and afterward many are strong at the broken places. But those that will not break it kills. It kills the very good and the very gentle and the very brave impartially. If you are none of these you can be sure it will kill you too but there will be no special hurry. - Ernest Hemingway

A persistent dilemma
If Mirage Art Gallery favoured for its recent summer show craft over concept, illusionism over abstraction, earnestness over irreverence, it's because it shares with many a struggling artist a clas......   | Read..
Intricately linked
On July 18, the Ranganathan Trio performed in a concert organized by the Alliance Francaise du Bengale at the Calcutta School of Music. The group, which has performed in various cities in India, is......   | Read..
Grand love
Aditi Gupta, an ardent and sincere Rabindrasangeet singer, presented Esechho Prem, an enjoyable musical evening of songs at the Satyajit Ray Auditorium recently. The programme, organized by Krishti......   | Read..