Millennium Post

An inimitable phenom MSD

22 Aug 2020 4:35 PM GMT
Before hanging up his boots, Dhoni has led the Indian team to innumerable feats in his now legendary career

Deify the Durga at home

30 Sep 2019 1:50 PM GMT
We gather annually to revere the female spirit in exalted celebration but our daily practice witnesses no reflection of such devotion or respect – mythical Durga's power scares all, while the common woman lives her everyday in fear of abuse, violence, discrimination; writes Kaushikibrata Banerjee

A league of his own!

17 Aug 2019 2:05 PM GMT
The oomph boy has done it again! The stylish, infamously prickly, can-explode-will-explode Indian captain has managed to establish himself as the most ...

An explosion of flavours

18 Jun 2019 2:03 PM GMT
A paradise for epicureans, Kolkata’s rich cultural dynamism lends it the distinction of being home to a riot of flavours, tastes and innovative recipes

United in faith

12 Oct 2018 10:25 AM GMT
Adorning the rich man’s courtyard while simultaneously finding a home in the poor man’s slums; hosted by a Brahmin priest and decked by a Muslim craftsman – Durga Puja magnificently diminishes differences in a reverential celebration where devotees stand united in their subservience to the Mother Goddess, writes Kaushikibrata Banerjee

Theatre through the ages

22 May 2018 12:38 PM GMT
An expressive weapon of revolution and a parallel celebration of cultural diversity – Indian theatre has traversed an enviable path since its inception many centuries ago.

Indian Girls Rock Down Under

14 April 2018 1:59 PM GMT
From boxing to badminton, weightlifting to shooting—Indian girls have braved several odds to etch a memorable mark at the Commonwealth Games 2018, discusses Kaushikibrata Banerjee.

Tale of Two Cities

6 Jan 2018 1:58 PM GMT
Like all storied cities, Hyderabad might seem like nothing more but the sum of its iconic Charminar, Golconda Fort, pearls and the lip-smacking Hyderabadi biryani. But beyond these intoxicating features, it is a place that judders around with its historical immortality and much more, writes Kaushikibrata Banerjee.

Point of no return?

16 Dec 2017 1:30 PM GMT
The world is kind of ostracising Delhi for its growing pollution menace which has not only left the residents breathless but also forced players to wear masks on the field for the first time in international cricketing history. Kaushikibrata Banerjee analyses the reasons behind this and why the national Capital may soon be no-balled when it comes to hosting India’s favourite sport

Intolerance has reached its climax and now, change is imminent: Gulzar

11 Feb 2017 2:39 PM GMT
It was a morning of poetry at the front lawns of the sprawling Diggi Palace as a calm and grave baritone cut across the air.Ubalti handiyan itni sariSa...

'Music is an abstract language, words validate it'

28 Jan 2017 2:21 PM GMT
National award winner Swanand Kirkire wears many hats with rare aplomb — lyricist, playwright, dialogue writer, music director, singer, actor. He is...

Corbett And More...

9 Oct 2016 5:02 PM GMT
We, of this age, can, however, ill afford the time it takes for such judgment to take shape.More so, if the compilation is on one of India’s legendary ...
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