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Unforgettable Maharajas

(E. Jaiwant Paul) lAbout 150 years in Indiaís past is brought alive. The glamorous lifestyles of the majestic maharajas and nawabs are comprehensively chronicled, with an amazing array of pictures, some of which have not been published before

EU Cultural Week

(GD Birla Sabhagar, Nov 29, & Calcutta School of Music, Dec 1, 6.30 pm) lThe chamber orchestra Linos Ensemble, from Germany, will perform on Saturday. Itís an Indian-Luxembourg evening at Sandre Hall on Monday, with a pianist, a soprano (picture above) and an Indian violinist striking the right chords for the finale of the cultural week in Calcutta

Childrenís Science Congress

(Loreto Day School, Sealdah, Nov 29, 10.30 am) lOver 200 budding scientists have been selected for the 11th state level congress, where the kids, aged 10-17 years old, will present their project papers. Thirty of them will be chosen for the national congress next month

Fallen

(Evanescence) lThe groupís debut album has a melodious mix of hard rock, soft tunes and some great lyrics. The music is unpredictable ó check out Haunted and Hello ó and Amy Leeís voice is soothing, yet poignant
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