At the heart of this film is the story of a Bengali Muslim family that pays the ultimate price for the man-nature conflict
Author: Somi Das
Kolkata is fast shedding its veneer of progressiveness
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You may scoff at the trolls, but every Indian, at some point or the other, has grief-shamed someone or the other.
When farmers in Bengal were starving to death, Churchill was preoccupied with efforts to procure chocolates for British citizens
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The teacher got the spellings of the days wrong too
If you closely observe, the tutorial is not being given by a real person, which in this case was supposed to be the Prime Minister.
Divya Dugar, a proud pet parent and dog rescuer started travelling with Marcopolo and Tigress after she lost her first adopted dog