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When the play goes places
Wading in ankle-deep mud through a mesh of trees and shrubs at night ' with insects crawling on your feet and mosquitoes doing a Dracula ' is not everybody's idea of good theatre. When London-based Kinaetma Theatre took its audience on a tour of the ...  | Read.. 
 
Multiple magic
Imagine singing along to music in the bathroom while your mother watches a movie in the bedroom and your father catches some ...  | Read.. 
 
Next weekend you can be at... Mongpong
As we leave Siliguri and hit Sevak Road, the grime and the sweat of the township cease to exist. The road, cutting through...  | Read.. 
 
Let's put the wag back in the tail
We (animal lovers) are a discontent lot. And justifiably so, when you see a sick dog suffering for days on end and then passi...  | Read.. 
 
Panache pads up to pace
Who is this Shoaib Akhtar' The old lady (Zohra Sehgal) says it rather disparagingly. And then to find out, she walks into the...  | Read.. 
 
When the play goes places
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City Lights
Stay home to play games ...  | Read.. 
 
Three men and their music mantra
Ashish Roy, Ashvin Mani Sharma and Arjun Vagale have more than just the...  | Read.. 
Model moves
You can take a Bengali out of Bengal, but not Bengal out of a Bengali. Indr...  | Read.. 
Flashback bash
Taking a ride back in time should be done with flair, pomp and style. While...  | Read.. 
 
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