Profile of Sandipan Chatterjee
Amidst the wreckage of a horrific train accident, a community grapples with shock and sorrow as rescue teams tirelessly search for survivors. The haunting scene serves as a stark reminder of life's fragility and the urgent need for improved safety measures.
In India, Kolkata was the hub of India’s printing trade in the 19th century, but with the advent of desktop publishing, the industry has modernised and the old hand-printing practices have nearly died out. The few that still exist are tucked away, understated yet continue to function resolutely while slowly being nudged out of existence.
The tradition of Dhakis is as old as the Durga Puja, and it was a male preserve till Dhaki Gokul Das decided to do something about it, and now 12 years later leads a band of 40 women Dhakis that has attained immense popularity in Bengal and abroad
Kamal Chakraborty is a writer who runs the Bhalopahar Society dedicated to forest conservation and tribal development
Without bees, the world as we know it will cease to exist. Md Ariful Islam migrates to spread this message around this country and bring awareness about the importance of bees in the environment.
If beauty could kill, this is it. But that’s not the only lethal element around the high-altitude foxholes on Sikkim’s rugged frontier.
A photo-essay on artisans of Kumartuli, forced to rein in their creativity in the time of Covid
Stranded in Vishakhapatnam, the five friends wanted to return to Bardhaman. Their bicycle journey displayed endurance and willpower
The Beating Retreat at an Indo-Bangladesh border outpost matches the spectacle of the western frontier...high kicks et al
For 14,000 people cast adrift in 51 Bangladeshi enclaves in India, July 31 heralded a richer dawn