Kolkata in The Media

Kolkata In The Media

Several fiction, non-fiction and cinemas were based on Kolkata, or depicted Kolkata from certain point of views.Some of such works are listed here.

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Civic Administration Of Kolkata
... The civic administration of Kolkata (the metropolitan city and the capital of the West Bengal state of India) is executed by several government agencies, and consists of overlapping structural divisions ... Kolkata's administrative agencies have areas of jurisdiction that do not coincide ...
Lagerstroemia Floribunda - Gallery
... Leaves in Kolkata, West Bengal, India Flower close-up in Ranchi, Jharkhand, India Flowers close-up in Kolkata Flowers at canopy in Kolkata Flower spike ...
Kolkata - Sports
... The most popular sports in Kolkata are football and cricket ... As in the rest of India, cricket is popular in Kolkata and is played on grounds and in streets throughout the city ... Kolkata has an Indian Premier League franchise known as the Kolkata Knight Riders the Cricket Association of Bengal, which regulates cricket in West ...
Kolkata In The Media - Films Set in Kolkata - Hindi Films
... Mail Gunday Badmaash Company Kaminey Michael by Ribhu Dasgupta Kolkata topics History Bengal Renaissance Black Hole of Calcutta Calcutta Flag Direct Action Day ... and Research Institute Bethune College Medical College Kolkata Calcutta National Medical College Centre for Studies in Social Sciences Indian Institute of Management Calcutta ... Electric Supply Corporation (CESC) Calcutta Stock Exchange Hawkers Hindustan Ambassador Kolkata Port Trust Transportation Road Calcutta Tramways Company Howrah Bridge (Rabindra ...
Civic Administration Of Kolkata - Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority
... Another ancillary civic body is the Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA) responsible for the statutory planning and development of the ...

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