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Octogenarian journalist Mark Tully laments sensationalism of TV news channels, prefers radio
Kolkata: Octogenarian journalist Mark Tully has recently lamented the present day's sensational journalism and falling standards of television news, expressing his eagerness to turn on to radio again.
Na-Ru-Meg… the rooftop café with a view
A kind of warmth envelopes you on stepping inside Na-Ru- Meg…the new café in town! It’s a rooftop destination situated at 56 A, Raja Basanta Roy Road, Kolkata, where food and décor combine to offer a remarkable experience. It stands out with its interestingly executed look and name—Na-Ru-Meg, a unique combination emerging out of the names of three friends Namita Dashora, Rupali Barua and Meghali Barua Lahiry. Their love for healthy food and indigenous arts translated into creating an ideal place to relish delicious meals prepared with fresh ingredients and with the utmost care by experienced chefs.
Pandit Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar (1820 – 1891) was one of the legendary figures of the 19th century Bengal renaissance, as an academist, social reformer, humanitarian, and philanthropist.
Salem/IBNS: Dr Malathy R, Dean R&D and Professor of Civil Engineering, Sona College of Technology has won the first AICTE-Visvesvaraya Best Teachers Award 2020 on the occasion of Engineers Day.
New Delhi/Salem: A team of college students from Salem, Tamil Nadu have made news as their Internet-of-Things (IoT)-based software solution seeks to give a push to smart farming. Their crop guidance software is a set of three applications that enable remote monitoring for pest control, automated watering and growth monitoring.
Kolkata: Linc Pen and Plastics Limited, a writing instruments manufacturer, has decided to take their annual inter-school spelling competition for children, online, this year, in the light of the pandemic related restrictions.