How stars are formed, how does the galaxy look like — now all these mysteries of the stellar family will be unfurled in the city.
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They are not diseased; rather they are special and unique. Spreading this message, special schools of Kolkata are taking several initiatives to generate awareness about autistic children among common mass on World Autism Awareness Day on April 2.
CTC employee dared to ask transport minister why salary was being paid irregularly and after much delay
At the book fair, a healthy dose of literature is well balanced with music, food and adda by the young. Those without the slightest interest in books enjoy the fair with the same enthusiasm and gusto as the others
A decent Indianmade shampoo is probably good enougCity’s canine companions barking up the brand treeh for us normal residents of the city but, for six-month-old Jojo, only a 100% natural, coconut surfactant shower gel from the US makes the grade.
It was a photograph; of a young man who was crying and pleading for his life with folded hands. It was a photograph that questioned the conscience of a nation.
The fate of Baranagar-Barrackpore Metro project has become uncertain as the Kolkata Municipal Corporation is yet to relocate underground pipelines and hand over the land to Metro engineers to complete the project.
The diagnosis and treatment of cancer and cardiac diseases may soon become much cheaper. By mid-2013, India will get its first facility to produce medical isotopes - substances crucial in nuclear medicine. Sudeshna Pal reports.
A day after Soumitra Chatterjee labeled the Kolkata International Film Festival (KIFF) a circus, support poured in for the veteran actor from a number of prominent film personalities, including filmmaker Rituparno Ghosh, who said the inaugural ceremony “seemed a little incongruous”.
The tech boom has infiltrated Kolkata tradition, with Puja organisers using Facebook, Twitter and Google Maps to promote the parapuja.
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The state government is collaborating with the centre in trying to propagate messages on health issues through song, dance, drama, magic and string puppet shows, mask dancing and popular folk songs.
While millions of kids are busy with their homework, extra curricular activities, playstations and cartoon shows, 10-year-old Akash Mukherjee chose, instead, to be a Good Samaritan. He donated his first ever salary, close to Rs. 1 lakh, to Nirmal Hriday, Mother Teresa’s welfare home in Kolkata.
At a time when Presidency University has been striving to uplift its overall infrastructure, it received a brand new feather on its cap that's been a long time coming.