Kolkata's 150-year-old tram system is limping along. It's down to just two lines and there is little political will, or room in the city's crowded streets, to bring the streetcars back to their former glory days. The tram does have a small but loyal band of supporters who want to keep it alive.
Reporter Rhitu Chatterjee woke up yesterday in New Delhi to the sound of something she hasn’t heard in years — a radio broadcast heralding the start of the Hindu religious festival of Mahalaya. It turns out the program has been the exact same recording for decades, uniting generations of Bengalis.
In which city in West Bengal, India, would you find a traditional wedding ceremony where a bride covers her face with a betel leaf and where guests blow on a conch shell to celebrate the couple?
Can you name an Indian city where authorities recently banned bicycles, along with hand carts and other non-motorized vehicles, from key roads and streets during the day.
Eleven years after the attacks of 9/11, PBS Frontline reporter Arun Rath looks at the evolving image of Bin Laden in parts of South Asia and the Middle East.