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Arrests of ISI agents tip of spying iceberg
The ISI network of spies has been operating in India for over a decade, reports Indrani Roy/Rediff.com The espionage ring busted last week is the tip of the iceberg, a senior Kolkata......
Sheena Bora case: 'Follow the money trail'
'The Mumbai police should study the bank accounts and flow of money in and out of the accused's bank accounts.' Indrani Roy/Rediff.com reports from Kolkata. The Sheena Bora murder case gets......
How terror modules in Bengal are funded
Money 'collected' as donations from traders in Kolkata nurture Bengal's terror networks, discovers Indrani Roy/Rediff.com Where do the terror modules in Bengal get money from? Sahanur Alam, who was......
Bangladeshi woman trained 30 terrorists in Bengal madrassa
Indrani Roy/Rediff.com, who has been on the trail of terror operations from Burdwan to Dhaka, reports on how the Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen recruits and trains terrorists in West Bengal.Fatema Akhtar......
How Bangladesh's turbulent past is back to torment it
Rediff.com's Indrani Roy reports on why Bangladesh has been marred by continuous violence that has claimed nearly 80 lives. Ace Bengali writer Syed Mujtaba Ali's grandson was supposed to be......
How IIT Kharagpur researchers are leading a 'green revolution'
Indrani Roy/Rediff.com traces how researchers at IIT-Kharagpur have managed to turn barren land of surrounding villages to multi-crop farmland Image: Professor P B S Bhadoria of IIT-Kharagpur......
He left a Rs 90K-job to work with farmers in a Bengal village
Indrani Roy/Rediff.com meets Abhishek Singhania who left a bright career at PricewaterhouseCoopers, Mumbai, to work in a food security project at Khentia village in Bengal, as a research......
Author of book on Sahara hopes to probe the group further
Tamal Bandyopadhyay was in Kolkata on Thursday evening for his book's launch at the Oxford Bookstore. Indrani Roy grabbed a few moments with him to file this report. None of the characters --......
'Rajan did not need to be anybody's yes man'
'Rajan is a wise economic administrator with unquestionable credentials' 'Rajan's exit will be a big loss for us' 'He made statements that made some very important people very unhappy'......
'Bandhan should not fall for corporate banking'
IMAGE: Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley lights the ceremonial lamp as Reserve Bank of India Deputy Governor H R Khan (extreme left), Chandra Shekhar Ghosh (middle) and West Bengal Finance......
58 years later, the house where Pather Panchali was shot
Indrani Roy re-visits the location of Satyajit Ray's first masterpiece, Pather Panchali, which released in 1955. Indians can broadly be classified into two types: those who have seen Satyajit......
PIX: Rahul Bose screens Poorna for his filmi friends
A special screening of Rahul Bose's new film Poorna: Courage Has No Limit was held at The View in Andheri, a western suburb of Mumbai. The filmtells us the story and journey of Poorna......
Dark Chocolate Review: Neither engaging nor thought-provoking
Stay away from Dark Chocolate, warns Namrata Thakker. Director Agnidev Chatterjee's Dark Chocolate -- the first film inspired from the high-profile Sheena Bora murder case -- is......
'Rani hates her dubbed voice in Ghulam'
'Bipasha dislikes my voice in Jism.' 'Everyone liked my voice and it did wonders for her and even for me. But she disliked it tremendously. She was very upset. She refused to do the promotions......
'New kinds of films are being made in Bengali cinema'
'It is very difficult to recover the costs. Most producers depend on collection from halls plus television rights but there are only two channels that buy Bengali films.' Rangan......
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