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Bengali
Culture  /  Published 13.06.21

Interpreters of Maladies

Sukanya Ghosh’s The Calcutta Care Package Calendar, created “hurriedly this January”, was not designed for Poila Baisakh, the Bengali New Year. But with a page each on a dozen legacy...
By Upala Sen

Entertainment  /  Published 11.06.21

Celebs pay tribute to film-maker

“Grihojudhdho and Bagh Bahadur are an indispensable part of my Memory of Cinema. Even his last film Urojahaj bore the stamp of his class and poetry in every frame. Goodbye, Memory-maker,” ...
By Arindam Chatterjee

Entertainment  /  Published 09.06.21

Honey Bafna on ‘Gramer Rani Binapani’

How difficult is it to shoot from home now, given the lockdown? It is difficult shooting from home, yes, but it’s also for the greater good right? Our audience loves us, and as it is we are all...
By Hia Datta (t2 intern)

Entertainment  /  Published 11.05.21

Next: Reflects pain, crisis and struggle of stars

“Celebrities go all out to entertain audiences... to put a smile on their faces... but we don’t get to see the pain, crisis and struggle that they go through. Next shines a light on that.....
By The Telegraph

Entertainment  /  Published 06.05.21

Jasmine Roy on ‘Subharambha’

For many of us, music and love are inextricably entwined with each other and in our lives.... I am also personally deeply engaged with music and love (laughs). There is this point in Subharambha wher...
By Hia Datta (t2 intern)

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Food  /  Published 02.05.21

Dishes that make a Bengali meal special

Satnam Singh Ahluwalia is the food curator of Options Unlimited, Calcutta. He can be reached at satnam.kolkata@gmail.com ...
By Satnam Singh Ahluwalia

Calcutta  /  Published 22.04.21

Tireless writer never shy of protest

When we read his political poem Jamunaboti, included in his first book of poems Dinguli Raatguli, we realise what constituted his political self — courage, fearlessness, stubborn idealism and an...
By Subhoranjan Dasgupta in Calcutta

Calcutta  /  Published 22.04.21

In death too, a quiet message from Sankha

Sankha Ghosh, one of Bengal’s foremost intellectuals, poets, professors and literary critics, passed away in Calcutta on Wednesday morning. He was 89. Ghosh had tested positive for Covid-19 and...
By Our Special Correspondent in Calcutta

Books  /  Published 22.04.21

Evening tales with Sabarna Roy

Evening Tales with Sabarna Roy in association with The Telegraph at JW Marriott Kolkata on April 14 was an interactive session that opened a few windows for the readers to the otherwise reticent autho...
By Priyanka Roy (t2 intern)

Calcutta  /  Published 21.04.21

Shankha Ghosh passes away

Litterature Subodh Sarkar said Covid-19 snatched away Ghosh when he was needed the most as "the state was faced with the threat of fascism". "He was soft-spoken but his pen was razor-s...
By Our Bureau, Agencies in Calcutta


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