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Kolkata's little rag pickers lose childh 29-Nov-2016
Indian minor trafficked for sex, attends Hers is a disturbing story of being trafficked, raped and forced into prostitution at the tender age of eight. But at the end of the tunnel there is a ray of hope for Sakshi as she attends school for the first time after her rescue by an NGO. Liza Gomes reports on the plight of child sex workers from Kolkata 28-Nov-2016
Would love to walk for Manish Malhotra: The newly crowned Miss Punjab 2016 Harman Mann is a teenager who plans to take the fashion industry by storm. A self confessed reader, she plans to bring about a change in society 'in a big way'. In a chat with IBNS correspondent Sudipto Maity, Harman recounts her pageant experience while listing things which are keeping her busy. Excerpts: 19-Nov-2016
Everything isn't hunky-dory in India, ye The author of the best selling 'Shiva Trilogy', Amish (Tripathi) is an optimistic man! In a chat with IBNS correpondent Sudipto Maity, the banker turned author discusses his source of optimism, Bob Dylan, Tata Lit Live fest, India's perennial problem and why he loves Dal Khichdi. 14-Nov-2016
Bollywood heroes: Times are a-changing From depicting romance to anger and then to the raging revenge of the don, the Bollywood hero has changed over time. This is also because of changing values and circumstances, analyses Shoma A. Chatterji 11-Nov-2016
Bengal Chamber initiative throws light o Kolkata, Nov 9 (IBNS): Not only Kolkata's built heritage but also the city's municipal heritage deserves to be studied and preserved said Alapan Bandopadhyay, IAS, while delivering the keynote address at the first Calcutta Talks organised by the Bengal Chamber recently. 09-Nov-2016
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