An Autobiography of Black Diamond Express

An Autobiography of Black Diamond Express

–Diptanu Chakraborty I am The Black Diamond Express. I am a superfast weekly express from Howrah station Kolkata in West Bengal to Dhanbad. My inaugural run was on 1st July 2013. I am Coalfield express’s sibling as we both have the same loco WAP 7 of Howrah electric loco shed. We both travel from Howrah to Dhanbad. Being a daily train, I am busy as … Continue reading An Autobiography of Black Diamond Express

Facts about another lockdown and COVID-19 -Are people responsible

Another Lockdown And COVID-19: Are We Responsible?

-Suhail Shaikh -Guest Blog Is another lockdown dawning upon us? Or is it just a grapevine? Do we have any role in it? Our first-time guest blogger Suhail Shaikh, puts forth facts and figures together for us. March 2020, a month of mayhem. A sudden but essential lockdown. Crippling fear residing in our minds, rent-free. Scared faces to use the lift. Crowded marketplaces were now … Continue reading Another Lockdown And COVID-19: Are We Responsible?

Mother And Child Shadows

What Happens When The Child Goes Missing?

Styles of parenting in India vary from location to location and generation to generation – it holds true in every country! But, which parenting style holds true when the baby goes missing?? It was around 1:30 pm; the son is usually back from his playground latest by 1:10 pm. But, for a change, he wasn’t. In fact, his granny’s radar was unable to find him … Continue reading What Happens When The Child Goes Missing?

A household among Bengal’s villages – My hiraeth in Kailashchak – Mathmalaypur

While browsing through Suman Da’s photo album, I bumped on a few photos of his ancestral house in Kailashchak-Mathmalaypur, that he had clicked sometime during 2018-19. It took me no time to get transported to the enchanting peace of Bengal’s villages. I could still smell the fragrance of the brown earth and the warmth of the Dattas. ‘Hiraeth’ is a Welsh word that refers to … Continue reading A household among Bengal’s villages – My hiraeth in Kailashchak – Mathmalaypur

A Picnic By The Usri Falls, Jharkhand

It was the eve of Makarsankranti in Giridih when Avik surprised me by telling me that his colleagues have planned a picnic at the Usri falls Jharkhand, next morning. I was in a gloomy state then, as back in Kolkata, my father was fighting with the impending death in a comatose state. It had immediately followed after he suffered from a near-fatal cerebral stroke. Though … Continue reading A Picnic By The Usri Falls, Jharkhand

Easy Sketch of Ghosts

The Ghost in the Graveyard

–Diptanu Chakraborty There was a dark graveyard in the jungle. It was so silent. No one visited there. Three children went hiking. There were two girls and one boy. They saw the graveyard. They could hear wolves howling at a distance. ‘’Ooooo.” Mary: “That’s such a scary grayeyard.” Browdie: “I am so scared that I am shivering”. Bob: “I don’t believe in ghosts! Let’s discover … Continue reading The Ghost in the Graveyard

The Year 2020- KolkataFusion

Wrapping up the year 2020

The year 2020 hasn’t been the best year for most of us. But, KolkataFusion was the silver lining in our lives. When everything has started falling apart, it gave us the hope to survive – your support gave us the strength to be where we are today! We launched our website, have started investing time, and brain in SEO, exploring new ways to make our … Continue reading Wrapping up the year 2020

Tiger Reserve Madhya Pradesh India

MY FIRST JUNGLE SAFARI EXPERIENCE

– Edaan Ghosh Animals always excite me. I love all animals. That was the reason my parents decided to take me on a safari tour to Madhya Pradesh. One fine morning we reached Nagpur by train. From Nagpur, we took a cab to Pench National Park. The resort was just near the entrance gate of the Pench National Park. There were different types of trees … Continue reading MY FIRST JUNGLE SAFARI EXPERIENCE

Influence of Hindi Cinema

Ma and Cinema Part 2 – Love For Dance

-Sudipta Ghosh Continued From While growing interest and addiction towards the TV at the age of 6-8 years gained me some popularity, it also became a matter of grave concern to my parents. They nicknamed me, ‘Okal Pokko’, which means premature ripening, which felt more abusive than any slang in this world to me. But my fascination towards the world of cinema was way beyond … Continue reading Ma and Cinema Part 2 – Love For Dance