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Entertainment  /  Published 15.08.22

Pippa, Theerppu: New trailer alert

The Legend of Maula Jatt A new trailer of The Legend of Maula Jatt, billed as the biggest film ever produced in Pakistan, has hit the net. A remake of a cult Pakistani classic of the same name, The L...
By Entertainment Web Desk in Calcutta

India  /  Published 14.08.22

Looking for inspiration, PM?

When India celebrated the 25th and 50th anniversaries of Independence, its Prime Ministers had woven their speeches around the themes of unity and secularism though communalism did not pose as dreadfu...
By Sanjay K. Jha in New Delhi

News  /  Published 12.08.22

Collecting anecdotal history on Salt Lake from its residents

Changing demography Thus far, the research has not found Salt Lake to be religiously inclusive. “The housing complexes have had Muslim residents. For instance, Sharmi Basu of Falguni Abasan re...
By Brinda Sarkar in Salt Lake

News  /  Published 08.06.22

Bangladesh played major role in Northeast peace, says ex-NSG chief

The security issues India had in its northeastern region has been controlled and managed, partly because of the immense help provided by Bangladesh, former director-general of National Security Guard&...
By PTI in Kolkata

India  /  Published 22.05.22

Mujib: Benegal answers criticism

Shyam Benegal expressed surprise at reactions on social media from Bangladesh that he said he had only heard of. “I just got a message that there have been some comments. It is very difficult f...
By Sudeshna Banerjee

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India  /  Published 22.05.22

Trailer of Mujib biopic faces flak

A 90-second trailer of the much awaited Mujib: The Making of a Nation, a biopic about Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, was released at the Cannes Film Festival on Thursday, triggering a volley of criticism agai...
By Devadeep Purohit in Calcutta

Opinion  /  Published 09.03.22

Islands in turmoil

Separated by international borders but unified by a common language and culture, battered by frequent cyclones, ravaged by poverty and, yet, resilient due to communal harmony, the Sunderbans have come...
By Abhiroop Chowdhury

Opinion  /  Published 22.02.22

Letters to Editor: One has the right to be happy alone

Happy solitude Sir — Humans are said to be social animals. Scientific evidence shows that this is an evolutionary response from the time when Homo sapiens were still living in caves. Unsurprisi...
By The Telegraph


Opinion  /  Published 26.01.22

Warmer past: refugees

For centuries, India has not needed a law to do the right thing by refugees and asylum-seekers. That is no longer always the case, the National Human Rights Commission has concluded. The country&rsquo...
By The Editorial Board


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