Wednesday, 4 January 2017

The Coward || English Short Film





Film Tittle : The Coward
Based on an Award winning Micro-tale by Sutirtha Das
A Short film by Prabuddha Neogi
Cast : Mrinalini Chatterjee & Gourab Mukherjee
Camera, Sound and Editing : Manik Mondal 
Production Manager : Gopal Naskar 
Executive Producers : Soumendu Dasmunshi and Bhaskar Banerjee
Screenplay and Direction : Prabuddha Neogi

Description:- It began like any normal day for Akash but within a few minutes he was taken aback by news from Tina for which he was completely unprepared. The Coward is the first English short film to be produced by WebPressClub. It tells the story of a boy and girl and an incident that brings the two persons at an important crossroad of their life.

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Wednesday, 22 June 2016

400 French Scholarships for Indian Students

Our CorrespondentKolkata: The French embassy in India has offered nearly 400 scholarships under its flagship Charpak programme for students pursuing master’s degrees, exchange semesters and research internships in France. 

During prime minister Narendra Modi’s visit to France last April, both countries had agreed to allow Indian students to stay in France for two years, one for the period of studies and one after completion of the course to acquire professional experience, with a reciprocal arrangement for French students in India.

France, which ranks third among the world’s most innovative countries, is also among the top three most popular destinations in the world among international students.

Every year a pre-departure orientation session, along with a scholarship award ceremony, is organised for students about to visit France.

Tuesday, 21 June 2016

Bengal Chamber Kicks Off Cyber Insurance Campaign

Our CorrespondentKolkata: With internet security threats burgeoning each passing day, cyber insurance has emerged as an important measure to mitigate the risks and is being increasingly adopted globally.  The Bengal Chamber of Commerce & Industry (BCC&I), launched a cyber security campaign for citizens of the city recently, in this regard.

Ambarish Dasgupta, president, BCC&I, said: “Experts are still carrying out research on cyber insurance, which has already been adopted by many organisations.” 

BCC&I has published ‘A Thought Paper on Cyber Security’, to reach simple strategies on being more secure in the digital space, to the masses,

Arnab Basu, chairperson, emerging technologies committee, said: “Cyber security is a multidimensional problem that transcends the risk management and response capabilities of various communities like technology, law enforcement, defence, public policy and business.”

 “Cyber security is a burning issue not just in India, but globally as well. Digital threats are abundant, and individuals and corporations alike need to be careful with confidential information to make sure it is not hacked into, or misused,” Dasgupta added.