On World Tourism Day, Bappaditya Paul tells that Siliguri, despite lacking a sea, has potentials to be the Goa of Bengal.
Congress cries foul over BJP-led Centre's bid to stifle dissents, but it's own government in Assam is doing the same.
Bengal should frame simple and customised rules to regulate the wonder vehicle called Toto, says Biplob LohoChoudhury
The polarised stand of the Assam media in Brahmaputra and Barak Valley over Centre's recent notification on legalising Hindu Bangladeshi settlers, do not augur well for a free and independent Press.
Teacher’s Day fanfare has failed to hide the bitter reality that teachers nowadays are the least preferred role model in Bengal, argues Biplob LohoChoudhury
Outdated syllabi of Bengal universities and the missing link to employment opportunities are leaving the youths restive, argues Biplob LohoChoudhury.
For Dispur and Delhi, deprive and rule are the key words when it comes to dealing with Bengali inhabited Barak Valley, writes Joydeep Biswas.
Contrary to the popular perception, Visva-Bharati does not have a quota for internal students, instead it follows an education model that was introduced by Tagore, argues Biplob LohoChoudhury.
Last week's clash between women and male passengers is the byproduct of an ever deteriorating suburban train service in Bengal, writes Bappaditya Paul
Thirty years since the Nellie pogrom when 2,000-odd Bengalis were butchered in just six hours, the Bengalis of Assam are again facing a new kind of terror: this time it is from the Indian Government, writes Joydeep Biswas