Kolkata: The 19th International Foodtech Kolkata 2022 exhibition was formally inaugurated by West Bengal Food Processing Industries Minister Subrata Saha at the Biswa Bangla Mila ...
Kolkata: More than 82 senior officials from various non-utility organisations will discuss their upcoming requirements with sellers during a two-day event organised by the Indian Elect ...
Kolkata/NITN: Khushee, a Kolkata-based non-profit voluntary movement, flagged off its community outreach ...
Kolkata: Instagram has launched the ‘Born on Instagram’ program in Kolkata, to discover, showcase and grow the most creative content creators in West Bengal.
Kolkata: Taking note of the situation of public smoking in the city, states like Rajasthan, Assam, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh, Gujarat and Delhi have started acting against p ...
Dubai: Tomorrowland, one of the most iconic music festivals in the world, is set to open Terra Solis Dubai, a brand-new unique desert destination.
Supriyo Hazra takes you on a merry-go-round of some of Sri Lanka's luxury properties spanning across its iconic beaches, hills, rocks, tea plantations and plains
- WB govt to subsidise up to Rs 10 lakh on local food projects, says minister at Foodtech Kolkata 2022 opening
- Non-utility sector main focus in IEEMA's eastern region flagship event; over 82 senior officials to join
- Khushee’s 'Amar Bangla Abar Sobuj Hok' initiative to plant one-lac saplings in Bengal
- Kolkata: ‘Born on Instagram’ launched to discover and grow creative Instagrammers in the State
- Tobacco free West Bengal campaign requests state govt to issue challans for non-compliance of COTPA 2003
Qantas, the national airline of Australia, created history on Sep 14 when QF 67 took off from Sydney’s Kingsford International Airport to touch Bengaluru, the southern Indian city famously known as ‘The Silicon Valley of The East’, completing the non-stop flight in less than twelve hours.
Bengaluru: Hong Kong’s home airline will start twice-a-week direct flights from Bengaluru to Hong Kong and beyond from Oct. 11.
New Delhi: Indian Hospitality enterprise OYO on Monday announced reduced prices on stays with tariffs which now begin at Rs 399 for the period between Aug. 8 and Aug. 21.