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Bishwadeep Moitra

Goodbye, Papa Rock

Jan 10, 2012 Bishwadeep Moitra

Amit Saigal (6 July 1965 – 5 January 2012), the founder of Rock Street Journal, died by drowning while swimming with friends in Goa. A childhood friend pays tribute to a true rockstar

Song Of The Street

Mar 05, 2009 Bishwadeep Moitra

Before 'Slumdog' Azharuddin Ismail, there was Shafique of Salaam Bombay. And at the New Delhi station, at any given point, there are some 2,500 runaway children seeking shelter. Join the 'guided tour' chaperoned by a reformed streetkid, Brijesh...


Beyond Worship

The life of a Bengali family revolves around Durga pujo -- the four days between Mahalaya -- Ma Durga's earthly journey from her heavenly abode -- to when she leaves for her husband's home in Kailash parvat

Footloose

Oct 03, 2008 Bishwadeep Moitra

The car in Delhi that has big metal bumpers in front and the rear, will also be the car that will blind you with its high beam headlights, will also be the car that would honk at you, will also be the car that will overtake you from the left, will al


Play To Win

The time for the old is up and it should be allowed to rest in peace because the new is too brash and aggressive. The T20 format has nanoed the 5-day game to three and half hours of instant nirvana.

08 December, 2006

'Hop, Step And Jump'

Bishwadeep Moitra

In an exclusive interview, the Japanese Prime Minister says that when it comes to supporting India in the NSG on the Indo-US nuke deal, utmost importance will be on nuclear non-proliferation.


09 August, 2004

And In The End...

Bishwadeep Moitra

After the Scandinavian sojourn, our man travelling with Orange Street concludes his travelogue from good old Blighty after a terrific reception at Tallinn, Estonia.


21 July, 2004

Almost Famous

Bishwadeep Moitra

So do you manage to keep your eyes on the road and hands upon the wheel, while on a tour of Europe with a "raga-rock" band that's managing to at least generate a, well, buzz? Dunno about that, but it'd definitely help to have chat-up lines ready...


13 July, 2004

Baby I Can Drive Your Car

Bishwadeep Moitra

So why is our magazine designer and deputy editor on a tour of Europe with a "raga-rock" band? Hmmm. Let's see. He has an international driving licence, for one. The first instalment of his, well, travelogue, in which he introduces us to his travelli


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Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar offers prayers at a temple situated on the Mandar mountain in Banka district.

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Actress and Trinamool Congress MP Mimi Chakraborty at the launch of a collection of jewelleries, ahead of Durga Puja festivals, in Kolkata.

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People Democratic Party (PDP) President Mehbooba Mufti addresses a press conference at the party office in Jammu.

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Jammu & Kashmir Public Health Engineering (PHE) daily wagers shout slogans during a protest over their various demands, in Jammu.

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Bollywood actors Rajniesh Duggal, Akansha Puri, Niharica Raizada, Sajjad Dalfarooz and Dilbar during a press conference for announcement of a web series, in Srinagar.

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