MONDAY, MAY 25, 2015


  • Analysis: Why automated traffic signal failed

    A new traffic signal in Dhaka proves to be a disaster as the capital experiences a total breakdown of traffic control this week.

  • Indian public exam topper scores 399 out of 400

    Kolkata, Bangalore and Mumbai share honours as students registered all time high scores in the class X and XII results conducted by the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, led by a Kolkata boy who had a near-perfect 99.75 percent in the class XII exam.

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Take a look how Shakib did at IPL

    Bangladesh’s top allrounder Shakib Al Hasan could not give his best with the bat and ball for Kolkata Knight Riders after playing only four matches in IPL 2015.

  • Kolkata Knight Riders

    RR, KKR face off in must-win encounter

    The 54th match of IPL 2015 between Rajasthan Royals and Kolkata Knight Riders at Brabourne Stadium could well be a contest between Royals' batsmen and Knight Riders' spinners.

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Shakib returns to IPL in style

    Bangladesh ace allrounder Shakib Al Hasan returns to Indian Premier League with a splendid performance for Kolkata Knight Riders in their match against Mumbai Indians on May 14, 2015.

  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Shakib’s IPL swing

    With his penetrative bowling and explosive batting, Shakib is the versatile cog in KKR’s wheel, something Shah Rukh Khan’s team missed during the majority of this year’s IPL season.

  • India train blast wounds several in Kolkata

    At least 14 people are injured in a bomb attack aboard a train at a station near the eastern Indian city of Kolkata (Calcutta).

  • Sculptor Novera passes away

    Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Wednesday expresses deep shock at the death of eminent sculptor Novera Ahmed, the first modern sculptor of Bangladesh. Novera died at a hospital in Paris, PM's Press Secretary AKM Shameem Chowdhuri said.

  • Kolkata kid gives away all savings for Nepal

    A 12-year-old boy in Kolkata has handed over the contents of his piggy bank for the relief of victims of the devastating earthquake in Nepal.

  • The monk who changed Narendra Modi’s life

    When Narendra Modi meets an ailing 95-year-old monk during his visit to Kolkata on May 9, he would be keeping a promise made to the guru whose advice led Modi to politics — and, eventually, the country's prime ministership.

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