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Book Review :Gold Dust by Santwana Chatterjee

Santwana Chatterjee's serialized novel Sonajhuri has been published as a book 'Gold Dust'. Read Mriganka Mazumder's exclusive review on this great novel.


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Read Sonajhuri at
 http://www.washingtonbanglaradio.com/content/94515312-sonajhuri-chapter-1-bumba-novel-santwana-chatterjee-wbri-online-magazine

Bengali Recitation-Briti Chattopadhyay-Bangla kobita abritti

 

12 years old Briti from Kolkata recites poetry written by various poets in her melodious voice


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Exclusive: Designer Indroneel Mukherjee on Dressing to Make an Impression Part 2

In my last column, I spoke about the importance of dress to impress. Few people have asked me about how to find out their individual style, as they were not sure of what it really should be. Well, we naturally have the tendency to adhere & not stand out.

Interview - Bengali Actress Meghna Halder: "Bangla Movie Ei Raat Tomar Amar" has taken a separate place in my filmography

Meghna Halder, the Bengali actress who is known for her Bollywood flicks Mere ‘Hum Safar’ with Siddharth Koirala and ‘Take Off’ Rajpal Yadav and Kaji Toukir, is once again ready to put the screen on fire along with the very handsome Priyangshu Chatterjee with thier upcoming film ‘Ei Raat Tomar Amar’. Meghna also has a brilliant filmography in Bengali film industry which includes films like ‘Shapmochon’ with Jishu, ‘Sathihara’ with superstar Jeet, critically acclaimed movie Barrage 86 and many more. The actress speaks her heart out about the film, the bold scenes, her experience working with Priyanshu and more

Ei Raat Tomar Amar,meghna halder,priyanshu

                                     Meghna in Ei Raat toma r Amar.

Satyaki Roy-Bangla Kobita Abritti (Bengali Poetry Recitation)

Satyaki Roy exhibits his dedication to recitation through great poet Nazrul Islam's 'Bidrohi'-

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Could it tell...by Moumita Adhikary

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 Could it tell.....

Food on the Fast Lane.

There is a sea change in the food scenario across the seas. For one food is to be relished at leisure with pleasure and repose,for others food is blitz, thrill, action and excitement.But who can resist the fatal attraction of fast food?


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Tango with the Mango- from India to the Americas

Mango.....The king of fruits allures the perennial bengali taste bud of mine. Missing out on the himshagor and lyangra variety here.


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