Lifestyle  /  Published 05.11.21

Sujoy Prosad Chatterjee’s home is a social experiment with poetry

Interdisciplinary artiste Sujoy Prosad Chatterjee has embarked upon his maiden digital short film titled Home. The film is mostly a social experiment with poetry and is being directed by Sujoy and men...
By Aniruddha Biswas

People  /  Published 27.08.21

Elocutionist Gouri Ghosh dies at 83

By The Telegraph in Kolkata

Books  /  Published 27.07.21

Books that delve in present issues

Although published before the #MeToo movement came up and opened avenues for discussions on gender in the popular consciousness in ways unprecedented, Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods by Tishani Dosh...
By Hia Datta (t2 intern)

Books  /  Published 10.05.21

Rishton Ki Dhoop-Chaanv: An ode to life and living

Relationships are not the only topic the book touches upon. It also explores the social fabric of our existence and questions certain norms and the need to rise up against them. The poem titled Kaali ...
By Faiza Hazarika (t2 intern)

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

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

Books  /  Published 24.02.21

A Poet and a Diplomat

Focusing on the similarities between writing verse and drafting resolutions, Abhay pointed out how both activities require a careful calibration of words, an appreciation for ambiguity, precision and ...
By Priyam Marik

Books  /  Published 19.02.21

Poetry through the ages

In his bestselling autobiography, The Unexpected Professor: An Oxford Life in Books (2014), Carey invariably chose to illustrate what he found most appealing (or repulsive) about a book thro...
By Samantak Das

Books  /  Published 18.12.20

A glass or two of bottled poetry

The Persians believed that wine was discovered by a woman; she drank fermented grape juice from a jar, fell asleep and, instead of suffering the first-known hangover, woke up with her headache gone. C...
By Nayantara Mazumder


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