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Don't underestimate India's passion for footballNationalInterest during a Mohun Bagan v East Bengal football battle can reach dangerous proportions in Kolkata because of the numbers in the stands and the fierce ...and more »
Calcutta Telegraph3 youths die in Bypass accidentCalcutta TelegraphThe two drivers tried their best to avoid the collision but failed,” said SK Chowdhury, additional superintendent of police, South 24-Parganas. ...and more »
Deccan HeraldFrom gold to dustDeccan HeraldIn the South, sugar baroness, Rajashree Pathy has launched the Coimbatore College of Contemporary Art to foster awareness through outreach programmes. ...and more »
World Cup fever sweeps KolkataHindustan TimesAt Harish Mukherjee Road in South Kolkata, giant portraits of Brazilian stars like Kaka and Robinho adorn the walls. "I would have loved to draw more such ...and more »
Washington PostWorld Cup countown, Deepwater Horizon containment efforts and more in the day ...Washington PostJune 9, 2010: Activists from the Socialist Unity Center of India demonstrate against the Bhopal Gas tragedy verdict in Kolkata. ...and more »
The PagE was formed in early 2009 when guitarist Shounak Chakravarty and vocalist Sayon Ghosh started jamming together. The idea was to promote Punk music in Kolkata which, sadly, does not have many takers. A month later, they roped in Anindya Sundar Maity, a rookie drummer who was fresh in the music scene in the city. The final piece fell into when Sayon Ghosh took up the bass and began his role as a bassist vocalist. Thus, the PagE was scripted into life. The genre of music is not the stereotypical Pop Punk of the present times, neither is it the Hardcore Punk of the 60s and 70s. A more appropriate genre for The PagE would be Experimental Punk Rock with a touch Alternative and Blues. The varied influences of the members of the band have defined this genre whether it be Sayon who is an ardent Punk Rocker or be it Shounak with his love for blues and Punk or the Alternative lover Anindya. The influences are The Ramones, Joy Division, Sex Pistols, Rancid, Green Day, Blink 182, Arctic Monkeys, a bit of Jimi Hendrix and a whole lotta Blues. In one complete year of existence, the PagE has had a pretty good run with a handful of wins and a lot of appreciation in the college fest circuit. Plus, they have featured in Television shows for channels like TV South Asia. They also featured in the Best of Open Mic in association with t2 at the Someplace Else. A stage presence better than most in the town and a mischievous air, equals to increasing popularity of these punk pranksters ...
Calcutta TelegraphDestruction of the human mindCalcutta TelegraphJune 11 - 13 at Rabindra Sadan; 4 pm: Kolkata Eso Natak Shikhi hosts 7th National Children's Theatre Fest. Groups from different states, including three ...
City high on pass percentageTimes of IndiaAn elated Abhishek, who is confident about studying in Medical College & Hospital, Kolkata, said: "I want to study medicine and have qualified in WBJEE. ...and more »
Post-counting clashes may break fragile peace in KolkataTimes of IndiaIn the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) area, there are chances of major trouble at several places in east Kolkata, parts of south Kolkata and the port ...and more »
'The ICC should look at the USA for their events in the future'CricInfo.comHB: So do you see the future being, say, an India-Australia, or an India-South Africa, or do you see Mumbai Indians against Kolkata Knight Riders. ...and more »
Eminenet theatre actor Shyamanand Jalan deadTimes of IndiaEminent theatre personality, director and actor Shyamanand Jalan passed away in a south Kolkata nursing home late on Monday. He was 79 and had been battling ...and more »
On 1st Feb.'10 at packed Nazrul Mancha, Sourav Ganguly decalres that Prafulla Chandra College(South City) programme is the 1st college event he have ever attended. Thats a grt honour for us that being a night college also we have gained such high reputation in Kolkata. As a Ex-Cultural Secretary its a moment of feeling of grt achievement!!!!!!!!!!!! Many more should come JUNIORS of PCC!!!!!!!!!!!
I passed college college in 2007. But, even now my juniors always almost force me to give the speech on behalf of the college at the opening of PCC (South city college) Annual Social 2009-10 at Nazrula Mancha,Kolkata
In the early hours of January 17 1941, one of the founders of Indian National Army and one of the most enigmatic leaders of freedom struggle, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose conned the British intelligence and escaped from his house in Kolkata to wage a war on the Raj. It was from the typically colonial 38/2, Elgin Road house in south Kolkata that Netaji spent nearly 25 years of his life. It was here that Bose, a rebellious college student, became a leader of the Indian National Congress and rolled out one of the greatest adventures of India's freedom struggle from its driveway. Deep in the walls of this building, there was once a dream. A dream that was radically different from Gandhi's plans of peaceful protest and it was through the verandah of the house, while the city slept on a cold moonlit night in January 1941, that Bose tiptoed out of his bedroom and fled to Afghanistan and Europe, which eventually resulted in the birth of the Azad Hind Fauj. Bose tricked the British intelligence and slipped out in this 1937 Wanderer, made in Germany. He had for chauffeur nephew Sisir, who was then only 20 years old. That daredevil act, which started in this driveway, is still fondly recounted by the successors of the young chauffeur. "Dr Bose felt that he was fortunate in playing a very small role in a very big historical event. Because the day Subhas Chandra Bose left this house, historians now say that this was the beginning of the Azad Hind movement. Subhas Chandra Bose in his ...
Flamezzz ... 8th Sep 09 Tapan memorial hall Freshers 2009 Heramba Chandra College (City College)
Flamezzz ... 8th Sep 09 Tapan memorial hall Freshers 2009 Heramba Chandra College (City College)
Calcutta TelegraphSaheb Kuthi on the Hooghly riverfront and (below) a gateway to the ...Calcutta Telegraph, India“Work was very difficult for these department heads and assistants as the mill was operating 24 hours a day, so whenever they could, usually on weekends, they would travel to Calcutta, about 15 km to the south, to visit family and friends. ...
...city, eight are still admitted in hospitals. Auto-driver Abir Mitra was driving through the Prince Anwar Shah Road in south Kolkata, when a tree fell on the vehicle. An injured Mitra was immediately rushed to the SSKM Medical College, where he was declared...
Indian ExpressStorm deals kolkata a crushing blowIndian Express, IndiaAuto-driver Abir Mitra was driving through the Prince Anwar Shah Road in south Kolkata, when a tree fell on the vehicle. An injured Mitra was immediately rushed to the SSKM Medical College, where he was declared brought dead. Tapan Kumar Das (46), ...
IndianFootball.ComSunday, 30. December 2007 - Chris Punnakkattu DanielIndianFootball.Com, IndiaChris: We all know about many South-Asian footballers facing prejudices based on their origin! How have been your experiences at youth and senior level and how did you cope with these prejudices, if you had to face them too? Tania: Luckily I have never ...
Calcutta TelegraphSCENES FROM A MALLCalcutta Telegraph, IndiaSo we head to the nearest mall,” smiled college student Sudipto Dutta, spotted at Forum Mall on a sultry May afternoon. “I was at South City Mall on a weekday last week and it was overcrowded, although most shops were empty. One could very well gauge ...
Calcutta TelegraphNano too small to provide shelter to comradesCalcutta Telegraph, IndiaBut it seems that hasn't worked this time and that comes as a surprise,” said a professor of economics at St Xavier's College. A case in point is Calcutta South from where Mamata won by a margin of 2,19571 votes by bagging 57.19 per cent votes. ...
Express Healthcare ManagementBanking on Stem CellsExpress Healthcare Management, IndiaThis unit has been set up at Bishnupur area on the outskirts of Kolkata. The company plans to invest Rs 300 million in 18-24 months to set-up similar facilities across India. Another European stem cell banking company, Cryo-Save launched its operation ...
Calcutta TelegraphSociety, psychology and suspenseCalcutta Telegraph, IndiaTill May 15 at South City Mall; 12 noon - 8 pm: Memorable Outdoors — an exhibition of photographs taken by Asish Bal, Samir Basu, Sandipan Das, Sanjay Thakur and Subrata Bose. Till May 15 at Gaganendra Pradarshashala; 3 pm - 8 pm: Images for Change ...
Mangalorean.comLok Sabha battle endsMangalorean.com, IndiaThe most notable of the 1432 candidates included Home Minister P. Chidambaram of the Congress (Sivaganga, Tamil Nadu) and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee (South Kolkata). Fearing uncertain times, Indian markets turned edgy Wednesday, ...
Calcutta TelegraphPOISED BETWEEN MISTRUST AND FAITHCalcutta Telegraph, IndiaDoes this mean that Calcuttans voted in great numbers precisely because there is no 'South Mumbai' in their city? Suranjan Gupta, a senior economic analyst with a leading export promotion council, has lived and worked outside Calcutta. ...
Himal SouthasianBengal textiles, international clothHimal Southasian, NepalThis district became the forerunner to Calcutta, the premier mercantile city east of the Suez, which served as the headquarters for the East India Company. All in all, this represented a major departure from the earlier form of trade, in which Arab, ...
Union of Catholic Asian NewsINDIA Lone Catholic fights for parliamentary seatUnion of Catholic Asian News, AsiaHe is the only Catholic running for political office in West Bengal state and canvases house to house in the South Kolkata constituency. The state goes to the polls on May 13, the final day of the five-phased Indian general elections. ...
Calcutta TelegraphViolence alert in city pocketsCalcutta Telegraph, India“I think there could be disturbance in Calcutta, so the central forces would be present all over the city and the North and South 24-Parganas. They will rush to any area where the election observers want them on the poll day,” Chakrabarti said after a ...
Calcutta TelegraphEvent: A festival of plays to mark the 61st anniversary of ...Calcutta Telegraph, IndiaMay 1 - 15 at South City Mall; 12 noon - 8 pm: Memorable Outdoors — an exhibition of photographs taken by Asish Bal, Samir Basu, Sandipan Das, Sanjay Thakur and Subrata Bose. May 2 at Nandan-III; 5 pm: Satyajit Ray's birth anniversary programme hosted ...
Nokia Supernova Style Fashion Show at Ahona - South City College.
Nokia Supernova Style Fashion Show at South City College, Ahona, 2008.
...will not be spared the flooding, either. "If the city experiences more than 6 mm of rainfall, we will see many north Kolkata areas going under water," said a KMC official. CR Avenue, Bidhan Sarani, Vivekananda Road, Amherst Street, Kesab Sen Street, College...
Times of India
North and South Blocks are built on the Raisina Hill, and they flank the wide Rajpath. Together they are termed as Secretariat Building. These buildings reflect the regal colonial architecture and houses important ministries like Defense Ministry, Ministry of Home Affairs, Finance Ministry, External Affairs Ministry and the office of the Prime Minister of India. The North and the South Blocks are located in the vicinity of the Rashtrapati Bhawan. Vijay Chowk lies between the Rashtrapati ...
...to daily move around in the city as he is in a marketing job. The latest such incident occurred on Thursday when a college girl was slapped by an auto driver at Tollygunge in south Kolkata just because she had asked him to drive carefully. West Bengal Inspector...
Darjeeling and local community places). He also became an active member of "Kalimpong Tibetan Opera Association" in 2000, where he learned the unique opera singing from professional teachers, and performed in "Shoton Festival" (Curd Festival) in Dharamsala (HP), India from 2000 to 2005 in front of His Holiness The Dalai Lama. In 2006, Lobsang got his first opportunity to perform solo because of his musical talent in France for "Residents of the World", an international artistic project ...