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Rembrandt gaze guess
Rembrandt, the 17th-century Dutch master known for his skill in using light to carry perspective, may have been wall-eyed, a US researcher proposed on Wednesday....  | Read.. 
 
Spielberg versus superheroes
Major fireworks are looming over next year's Fourth of July holiday if two rival studios stick to their plans to laun ...  | Read.. 
 
Mars in 2034, water willing
People could land on Mars in the next 20 to 30 years provided scientists can find water on the Red Planet, the head of Nasa' ...  | Read.. 
 
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Nature, love, violence rolled into one
Kala Bhavan-trained Netai Das is holding a joint exhibition of mixed-media paintings and fibreglass relief works with Gour Das, basically a self-taught artist, at the Academy ...  | Read.. 
 
Workshop routine
First the good parts. The Silk Route, presented by the British Council at Tollygunge Club, forced hardened Calcuttans to commune with nature like they could never have ...  | Read.. 
 
Magic trip through space and time
If you still refuse to listen to the conservatives and leave ample room for the aesthetically pleasing improvisers (after all, Tagore himself left some for Dilip Kumar Roy), y...  | Read.. 
 
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Tiger Woods with fiancee Elin Nordegren at the Ryder Cup gala dinner in Detroit. (AP)