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‘Indian’ touch to UK art
Anish Kapoor, 51, who is probably Britain’s most successful sculptor, has been appointed a trustee of the Tate Gallery by the British Prime Minister, it was confirmed today in London....  | Read.. 
 
Train groper chased to death
A commuter who allegedly groped a college girl on a crowded train collapsed and died after being chased along a platform by ...  | Read.. 
 
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Off tune' Blame it on poor sound
The 8-session (December 11-18) birth centenary tribute to the late amateur tabla maestro Krishna Kumar Ganguly organised by Sangeet Piyasi closed with a tabla duet by Pandit K...  | Read.. 
 
Breathtaking simplicity in raw hues
To take a trip down time is what Aakriti ' a new gallery on Hungerford Street ' invites viewers to do. On till December 31, the show has a number of Jamini Roys along with wor...  | Read.. 
 
A romantic melancholy
Jatileshwar Mukhopadhyay has been one of the unsung heroes of Bangla adhunik gaan. A prot'g' of Satinath Mukhopadhyay, Chinmoy Lahiri and Sudhin Dasgupta, Mukhopadhyay ...  | Read.. 
 
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Actor Brandon Routh stars as Superman in the upcoming film Superman Returns, which is scheduled for release in 2006. The actor, battling flab ...  | Read