News  /  Published 12.03.22

Ukraine attack on canvas at Rabindra Sadan-Nandan art festival

The Russian invasion of Ukraine is the subject of several artworks at an ongoing art festival in the city. Spunky anti-war cartoons and colourful canvases have been among the top draws at the open-ai...
By Debraj Mitra in Kolkata

News  /  Published 05.03.22

Medical aspirants stranded in war-torn Ukraine, allege no clear instruction from embassy

“We have been told that the building where we are staying belongs to the embassy and we don’t have to pay for food and stay.” (On Wednesday, the students had failed to board a train ...
By Jhinuk Mazumdar in Kolkata

News  /  Published 04.03.22

Indian students in Ukraine say ‘Got little help when we needed it the most’

In the dark Several students said there was confusion on how to reach the border. “Every time I tried calling those numbers (embassy helplines), they would say they were only volunteers and th...
By Debraj Mitra, Monalisa Chaudhuri in Kolkata

News  /  Published 04.03.22

Indian student shares experience of being holed up in hotel without food

Evacuation, please Evacuation should happen from where we are, not from a safe country. We started from our apartments in Kharkiv on Wednesday morning and we are without food till today (Thursday, 2...
By Jhinuk Mazumdar in Kolkata

News  /  Published 02.03.22

Thakurpukur student, Tamil classmates desperate to escape Kharkiv

They are now trying to take the earliest train out of Kharkiv, which is under continuous attack from Russian forces. “Around 1pm (local time), I saw fighter planes flying very low over our buil...
By Sanjay Mandal in Kolkata


Opinion  /  Published 24.02.22

Letters to the Editor: Teachers must engage with pupils to curb disruptive tendencies

Thoughtless step Sir — Most of us have been forced by teachers to write lines as punishment for being unruly in class. Recent excavations indicate that naughty pupils in ancient Egypt were not ...
By The Telegraph

World  /  Published 02.01.22

Kabul bomber with Delhi past

Four months after an Islamic State suicide bomber killed scores of people, including 13 American service members, outside the airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, US and foreign intelligence officials have ...
By Eric Schmitt in Washington

Opinion  /  Published 31.12.21

Terminators: AI weapons

Would shooting someone dead be considered murder if no one pulled the trigger? That is the macabre, but increasingly realistic question, at the heart of a heated debate over the future of warfare amid...
By The Editorial Board

West Bengal  /  Published 19.12.21

Civic polls: Opp cries 'TMC terror'

The electorate in 2019 did warn Mamata Banerjee, when the BJP rose meteorically to bag 18 Lok Sabha seats. That vote was not so much for Bengal’s brand of Hindutva as much as it was to express a...
By Arnab Ganguly in Calcutta

World  /  Published 17.11.21

Liverpool bomber a West Asia refugee

The Liverpool bomber has been named by police as 32-year-old Emad Al Swealmeen, who came to Britain as a refugee from West Asia but converted to Christianity four years ago and took on the name Enzo A...
By Amit Roy in London


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