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  • 01-Dec-2015 | Kamalika Ghosh

    Fujifilm eyes 120 cr revenue from Instax cameras; ties up with Flipkart

    The product range includes Instax Mini 70, Instax mini Hello Kitty along with their instant smartphone printer, Instax Share

  • 28-Nov-2015 | Kamalika Ghosh

    A race worth racing

    A new film is a poignant call to action for saving the planet's vanishing species

  • 27-Nov-2015 | Kamalika Ghosh

    QiKU enters India with Q Terra

    The smartphone, priced at Rs 21,999, is available at a special price of Rs 19,999 Q Invites

  • 05-Sep-2015 | Kamalika Ghosh

    Sandip Ray on the appeal of Pather Panchali 60 years on

    On Pather Panchali's 60th anniversary, Sandip Ray, film maker and Satyajit Ray's son, explains the film's universal and timeless appeal

  • 29-Aug-2015 | Kamalika Ghosh

    Nadia ends open defecation; sets example under Swachh Bharat

    In early October last year, the West Bengal government brought all state-run sanitation programmes under Mission Nirmal Bangla

  • 08-Aug-2015 | Dillip Sathapathy & Kamalika Ghosh

    Sweet tradition, bitter battle

    With the Odisha government asking for a Geographical Indication for the rasgulla, the sweet finds itself at the centre of an interesting tug of war

  • 04-Jul-2015 | Kamalika Ghosh

    Kolkata's crumbling legacy

    A group of artists, economists and historians has launched a crusade to rescue the city's old houses that are part of its history, but it's a difficult fight

  • 11-May-2015 | Ishita Ayan Dutt & Kamalika Ghosh

    Bengal benefits from central friendship

    To get Rs 43,000-cr investment from SAIL over next decade

  • 04-Apr-2015 | Kamalika Ghosh

    Satyajit Ray's Feluda turns 50

    While Calcutta has transitioned to Kolkata, Satyajit Ray's detective, Feluda, has remained unchanged in the Bengali consciousness

  • 14-Feb-2015 | Kamalika Ghosh

    Deserting the classroom for the streets

    Three universities in West Bengal have recently seen their students rising in protest against the authorities. Are these an indication of students playing a bigger political role or simply campus-rela

  • 17-Jan-2015 | Kamalika Ghosh

    A humane future for Kolkata's rickshaw pullers?

    The West Bengal government wants to replace hand-pulled rickshaws with battery-operated ones. But the rickshaw pullers are apprehensive that they will lose their livelihood

  • 17-Jan-2015 | Manavi Kapur, Indulekha Aravind, Ranjita Ganesan & Kamalika Ghosh

    Street food with swag

    From nitrogen frozen bhel puri and pav bhaji fondue to duck chilli samosas and paapri pizzas, fine-dining restaurants are now adding a bit of zing to the humble street food

  • 20-Dec-2014 | Kamalika Ghosh

    From a victim of human trafficking to a global hero

    Anoyara Khatun was a victim of trafficking, but is now a global hero who has foiled numerous attempts of unscrupulous men to lure away girls from West Bengal's remote villages

  • 13-Dec-2014 | Kamalika Ghosh

    Nigel Akkara: Coping with freedom

    Realising that people released from jail had trouble finding employment, Nigel Akkara, himself a former prisoner, has started a company to help them set up businesses

  • 01-Nov-2014 | Kamalika Ghosh

    The disappearing Jewish community of Kolkata

    The Jewish community played a significant role in the mercantile development of the city. Now with only around 30 of its members remaining, an urgent effort is on to salvage its history

  • 18-Oct-2014 | Avantika Bhuyan, Indulekha Aravind, Kamalika Ghosh & Reji John

    The best pizza in town

    This October, the United States' official National Pizza Month, experts tell you where to find the finest crusts with the most savoury toppings

  • 11-Oct-2014 | Kamalika Ghosh

    To dissent or not to dissent

    Free of political ideology, but lacking in a unified leadership, the students' movement in West Bengal finds itself at the crossroads

  • 13-Feb-2014 | Kamalika Ghosh

    Assam pegs GSDP growth 5.87% for 2013-14

    The debt position of Assam has also shown considerable improvement since 2006-07

  • 08-Feb-2014 | Kamalika Ghosh

    Restoring the magic of Jadu Ghar

    Asia's oldest museum, the Indian Museum in Kolkata, is back with its collection of rare artefacts after undergoing a Rs 100-cr makeover