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From Kashmir To Kabul

(Omar Khan) lA decade of research across Pakistan and in the Western Provinces has led to one of the most complete portraits of Raj photographers John Burke and William Baker. The Burke and Baker story traces the rise of photography and Himalayan hill-stations like Murree, where they had their studio

Euphoria

(IIM campus, Joka; Today; 7 pm) lPalash Sen and his popular Indirock band will be the main attraction of the ‘informals’ section at Intaglio 2002, the three-day business bash hosted by the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta. City-based rock act Krosswindz will kick off the high-voltage evening

Stage Fright

(The Band) lThe Band’s most intensely personal work, Stage Fright contains some of the outfit’s finest recorded work. The album marked a complete change of direction, to a more confessional mode, for guitarist-songwriter Robbie Robertson and the rest of the gang

Gottipati Uma Sankar

(Birla Academy of Art & Culture; Nov. 5-10; 4-8 pm) lThis is the Vijayawada-born sculptor’s fourth solo exhibition and the first in Calcutta. Most of the sculptures exhibited here were done at the Rashtriya Kala Kendra during his long sojourns in the city between 2000 and 2002
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