The Telegraph
Tuesday, January 16, 2018
 

Calcutta

Bankura boy's memoirs tell making of a nuke deal

First published on 14-Jan-2018
The year was 1998. Pokhran had just made the political climate hotter than a fiery Indian summer. The US, fuming at India's decision to go ahead with nuclear testing, had responded with economic sanctions that would remain in force for the next th......   | Read..
 

Parents on board for students' safety

First published on 14-Jan-2018
Several schools in the city are involving parents in committees that will look into sexual harassment complaints or do a security audit on the campus....   | Read..
 

Bangla citizen in cheat net

First published on 14-Jan-2018
Police arrested a Bangladeshi in the city on Friday on the charge of cheating a woman and posting her objectionable photographs on Facebook....   | Read..
 

Skills that empower lives behind bars

First published on 14-Jan-2018
Stories of courage, success and quest for a dignified life woven in jute will soon be a part of the Oxford Bookstore on Park Street....   | Read..
 

Foreign delegates at tourism meet

First published on 14-Jan-2018
The forests of Purulia, history of Murshidabad and the scenic beauty of Dooars will be promoted in an upcoming tourism meet in the state....   | Read..
 

Organic haat starts at Vedic Village

First published on 14-Jan-2018
An organic farmers' market offering various types of jaggery, natural tea, grains, pulses, pickles, vegetables and handicraft took off at the Vedic Village on Saturday....   | Read..
 

Eye On The Skies

First published on 14-Jan-2018
Between the "No Smoking" sign above and the peeling wall below, there is a poster of a small kite shop in Metiabruz in the southwestern part of Calcutta. It shows a young Wajid Ali Shah i......   | Read..
 

Trinamul-BJP clashes rock north

First published on 13-Jan-2018
Clashes broke out between Trinamul and BJP workers in two north Calcutta pockets on Friday morning, leaving several persons of both groups injured and some cars damaged....   | Read..
 

Traffic chaos in New Town

First published on 13-Jan-2018
A day after  five students of Sri Aurobindo Institute of Education had a narrow escape as a bus hit their school bus near New Town bus stop, traffic remained as unruly. ...   | Read..
 

Ways to stay warm: Calcuttans' guide

First published on 13-Jan-2018
Woollens to a run around the block, piping hot cuppa to a drink or two - the long spell of sub-12 temperature has sent Calcuttans scurrying for some warmth....   | Read..
 

Big CAT bells fog in city

First published on 13-Jan-2018
The city airport on Friday used the Category III-B Instrument Landing System for the first time since it became operational on January 4....   | Read..
 

City to join L-list with luxury wheels address

First published on 13-Jan-2018
The Pope has one, so does Pierce 077 Brosnan and Kim Kardashian who bought the dreamboat for hubby Kayne West. A Lamborghini showroom is to due to open in the city in the next year and a half....   | Read..
 

Girl killed, man injured

First published on 13-Jan-2018
A nine-year-old girl was killed and a 31-year-old man injured in accidents across the city between Thursday and Friday....   | Read..
 

Voice that made waves falls silent

First published on 13-Jan-2018
Jayashree Singh, one of India’s most celebrated vocalists and a leading light for musicians across Calcutta, passed away early on Friday morning in Chennai. Be it her work as part of Skinny A......   | Read..
 

Civic cop without helmet dies in accident

First published on 13-Jan-2018
A civic police volunteer riding a bike was killed and his pillion passenger injured in an accident in Canning, South 24-Parganas, on Thursday night....   | Read..
 

Director agrees to cut 'Gujarat'

First published on 13-Jan-2018
Economist-filmmaker Suman Ghosh has accepted the Central Board of Film Certification’s recommendation that the word ‘Gujarat’ in The Argumentative Indian, his documentary on Nobel......   | Read..
 

Smart city 2,500 years ago

First published on 13-Jan-2018
Intelligent traffic management, pedestrian-friendly pathways, grand gateways with security, wide roads and a vast open space much like the Maidan made a small town in Kalinga kingdom (Odisha) the c......   | Read..
 

Machines on final leg

First published on 13-Jan-2018
The East-West Metro's tunnel boring machines that burrowed under the Hooghly started work on their final journey from New Mahakaran station in BBD Bag to Esplanade on Friday....   | Read..
 

Tune into an evening of raga 'n' rhythm

First published on 13-Jan-2018
Artistes from Indore, Jaipur and Maihar gharanas will perform at GD Birla Sabhagar on Sunday....   | Read..
 

Clash clogs artery

First published on 13-Jan-2018
Clashes between Trinamul and BJP supporters rocked two pockets of north Calcutta on Friday morning. Metro highlights the fallout and why it happened....   | Read..