News
India
'Through a Prism' by Iona Banerjee is a collection of beautiful and inspiring short stories, which will make you feel light and bright from the very beginning. more
Book review: Aliens Vs God, a well-crafted thriller

It is a sensitive world to live in indeed. But would readers today be intrigued by aliens and spirituality, one wonders. But Avijit Kher's book Aliens vs God from Power Publishers is ...

Eight Ayurvedic tips to beat the heat this summer

New Delhi, Apr 17 (IBNS): We all have to deal with summer heat and have hated it most of the time due to skin eruptions, sweat and dehydration, summers are mostly about these problems. Ho ...

Andrew Yule’s Mim White Dew Tea fetches record price, bought by Tea Box

Kolkata, Apr 14 (IBNS): Andrew Yule & Company Limited’s premium Darjeeling garden produce “Mim White Dew Tea” was sold recently to Tea Box at a record price of Rs 15 ...

Author interview: Jayesh Sinha talks about his book 'Greatest Sports Rivalries'

Sports rivalries may not always be confined to playing fields finds out Jayesh Sinha while researching for his book on the subject

Author interview: Caroline Monteiro talks about her book 'From the Streets of Mumbai to Dubai'

Caroline Monteiro hopes to reconnect with her biological family members through her debut book that talks of her life's journey.

Cafes are dime a dozen in every neighbourhood of Kolkata now, competing with the big brands like CCD or the newly opened Starbucks. But how about visiting several destinations of the world at one stop? With the launch of Travelistan cafe ahead of the Bengali new year in Golf Green, Kolkatans can now go places with their favourite cuppa.


Much before the cineplexes became a rage in Kolkata, discerning cine-goers sold on Rituparno Ghosh and Sandip Ray's Feluda would queue up for a magic lantern experience in Priya Cinema at Deshapriya Park as they started returning to the big screen.