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Howrah Bridge: A visual journey through ... Despite the grandeur of Victoria Memorial and many later day installations, the most enduring symbol of Kolkata is perhaps the wonder that is Howrah Bridge, an overpass that is recognised globally to identify the City of Joy and has been celebrated in movies from the black and white era to the modern day Bollywood flicks that do not let go any opportunity to capture the marvel in celluloid canvas. 31-Jan-2017
Art was my inner calling: Swati Pasari Young and vivacious, Swati Pasari started painting in her late teens. Hailing from a business family in Kolkata, Swati tried her hand at the family business before finding her inner calling in art. The young artist also attributes a large part of her present life to pranic-healing and its effects. In a conversation with IBNS correspondent Sudipto Maity, Swati opens up about art, life, pranic-healing and art market in India. 30-Jan-2017
Kolkata: Weavers Studio Centre for the A... Kolkata, Jan 11 (NITN): Weavers Studio Centre for the Arts is all set to enthrall audience with a session of traditional Haveli Sangeet 11-Jan-2017
Belgium: Flanders' Most Unexpected Must-... Looking for experiences beyond the beers, chocolates and canals in Flanders, the northern region of Belgium? Here we enlist the 5 most Quirky experiences for that offbeat adventure enticing the curious traveler. 08-Jan-2017
Kolkata: Sanjha Chulha to host Quirky Ke... Kolkata, July 28 (NITN): Kolkata-based restaurant Sanjha Chulhanis all set to host the Quirky Kebab festival at its new outlet in southern part of the city. 08-Jan-2017
Death and courage The death of famous journalist Sydney H. Schanberg whose accounts of Cambodia on throes of civil war was the core of the prize-winning "The Killing Fields" makes Ranjita Biswas recall her visit to the infamous site 01-Jan-2017
The Little Venice in Thailand As you bargain with a persuasive Thai woman over a period sword to enrich your exotic souvenir collection back home or even try to buy a steaming local dish, a water monitor resembling a mini alligator scampers past you, giving you some creepy moments. But you soon calm down observing the absolute unconcern of the people around to the reptile, and go back to bargaining hard for a Thai mask or some Buddha statue. Imagine all these while floating in a canal on a boat quite luxuriously. 07-Jan-2017