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Mumbai/IBNS: The 11th edition of KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival returns to Mumbai in May 2020.
Skulpt Kolkata offers a month long special fitness session for the brides and grooms
Kolkata/IBNS: Skulpt, one of the largest gymnasiums with state of the art amenities in Kolkata, has an answer to all those who are worried if they will be fit and picture perfect on their wedding day after all the pre-wedding running around.
Pepsi announces Salman Khan as brand ambassador
Kolkata / New Delhi/IBNS: Pepsi India has named Bollywood superstar Salman Khan as their brand ambassador.
Vintage Kolkata club CCFC invites winter celebrations with special Paul John whisky tastin...
Kolkata/IBNS: With winter knocking at the door and Kolkata getting ready for grand parties, the Calcutta Cricket & Football Club (CC&FC), one of the oldest in the city, recently arranged for a whisky tasting session in collaboration with Paul John Whisky, a premier Indian brand.
US Consulate General Kolkata celebrates its 225 years of relationship with the city with a...
Kolkata/IBNS: Not many people know that the US Consulate General in Kolkata enjoys a preeminent place in the history of American diplomacy as one of the oldest American Consulates anywhere in the world, and the oldest in India.
The Voice Company re-invents the Picture Dictionary for street children
New Delhi/IBNS: Five-year old Lata, a little girl growing up in one of Mumbai’s overcrowded slums, won’t be learning the alphabet the same way as her peers sitting in nursery classes. Yes, the ABCs will be the same, but what they stand for are very different - drawing upon her own life experiences so that she can relate better to the words.
An estimated 1 in 4 children and young people have problematic smartphone usage: Study
London/IBNS: A study by researchers at King’s College London has estimated that one in four children and young people use their smartphones in a way that is consistent with a behavioural addiction. The research was published today in BMC Psychiatry.  
Special gifts from designer boutique Dil Se brightens the world of some underprivileged wo...
Kolkata/IBNS: Dil Se Happiness, a Kolkata--based designer boutique, which focuses on charity based activities at different times of the year, recently arranged to give some special gifts to seven underpriveleged women.
Luxe Inferno captures the Yin and Yang of luxury: Mahul Brahma
Journalist-turned-communications professional and writer Mahul Brahma’s next book Luxe Inferno is a philosophical quest for true meaning of luxury. IBNS caught up with the author of The Luxe Trilogy to get a sneak peek into his soon-to-be-released book 
Are you sure you bought an authentic Kanjivaram sari?
Kolkata/IBNS: The Kanjivaram (or Kanchipuram) silk, from the temple town of Kanchipuram in Tamil Nadu is a favourite with brides and partygoers who love to dress traditional, and often calls for a premium price.
Ecocinema: Film and art festival at Kolkata's American Center brings environmental awarene...
Kolkata/IBNS: The U.S. Consulate General Kolkata and NGO South Asian Forum for Environment (SAFE) in partnership with Birla Industrial & Technological Museum (BITM), Education and Multimedia Resource Center (EMRC), and Bengal Photography Institute (BPI) organized a day-long film and art festival titled “EcoCinema: A Greener World through Art,” at the American Center Kolkata, recently, to create awareness on building sustainable environment and environmental practices in Kolkata and East India.
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