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  • Books by Bangladeshi authors to be locally published in Kolkata

    Recently, Patra Bharati, a publication house in Kolkata and Onno Prokash, a book publisher in Dhaka, signed an agreement, according to which books of renowned Bangladeshi writers such as Humayun Ahmed, Imdadul Haque Milon and Selina Hossain and popular Indian authors such as Sunil Gangopadhyay and Shirshendu Mukhopadhyay among others, will be available to bookworms in both the Bengals.
  • Topu entertains Kolkata for the first time

    Prominent musician Topu recently entertained the audience in Kolkata during a musical evening arranged at a renowned restaurant. Bangladeshi record label G-Series and Kolkata based musician Anurag Halder jointly organised the programme.
  • Veteran Indian actor Ruma Guha Thakurta passes away

    Veteran Indian actor and singer Ruma Guha Thakurta passed away at her own residence in Kolkata’s Baliganj yesterday at 7:30 am in the morning. She was 84 years old at the time of passing, and was suffering from old-age complications.
  • Kabori honoured with Nayakraj Razzak Award

    Last year, The Bengal Film and Television Chamber of Commerce (BFTCC) introduced the Nayakraj Razzak Award, in loving memory of
  • GAZI ABDUN NOOR asked to leave India

    The controversy regarding the involvement of two Bangladeshi actors in the Indian political campaigns have stirred quite unease since the allegations were brought forward by the Indian authorities.