Profile of Ashis K. Biswas
They may go soft on the UPA—to keep the BJP at bay
Munna Maharaj, the man Mittals have trusted their food with
Why are ships queuing up to die in the Bay of Bengal? Gets their owners easy money.
In Bengal, disinvestment is Left's middle name
An IIM graduate who gave up a corporate career to provide a home for Calcutta's destitute children
Rituparno covets crossover popularity. Will his first Hindi venture deliver?
The colour of your collar doesn't matter when it comes to sharing the debt burden of sleep
The Padma Bhushan comes too late. His audience had made Bengali actor Soumitra Chatterjee an icon long back.
It's a cross-cultural landmark—a German film unit making a Bengali movie on a Bengal-based story
The Vatican gets an Indian flavour. The Mother her due.
Political Calcutta protests, citizens endorse a rally ban
The PW is on the run in its stronghold, Telangana. But its tentacles are throbbing in the rest of Dandakaranya.
Investors and liberalisers find new love, lots of it, in Buddha's abode
Chokher Bali is vintage Bangla brew. As a bonus, Tagore meets Aishwarya.
A movie on sex workers rubs some the wrong way
CM Buddhadeb's budding friendship with the deputy PM has Calcutta wags in a spin
A life on the edge. Too many people, too little time and space. Urban India is suffering from bouts of rage that are translating into serious crime.
Ex-unionists head state units. But can they pull up labour, push up productivity?
An SC order brings hope to Jharia residents and their 70-year-old burns
CPI(M) cadre run riot in a bid for all-out victory in the state panchayat polls
Shunned by his family and neighbours, Kolkata's first victim of the virus suffers for no fault of his