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For love of the game
The Centre has slashed grants where they are needed most — in football and hockey. Is there a point in carrying on' Yes, says the next generation...  | Read.. 
 
When bubbles breathe the gallery art
Call it a bubble if you will but eastern India will soon have its first art auction house in Calcutta. What’s more...  | Read.. 
 
BBC eyes the British past
A four-member BBC team from Birmingham is here to film Calcutta, tracing changes since it shed its colonial past. The part on...  | Read.. 
 
Wanted: Eligible brooms
What goes into keeping Calcutta clean' About 400 tonnes of brooms every year, which cost Rs 50 lakh. Despite the mechanical s...  | Read.. 
 
Of Godard and Ghatak
Marco Müller is the director of the Venice Film Festival since 2004. Born in 1953 in Rome, Müller, an India and China expe...  | Read.. 
 
Waterbodies
Calcutta is no Venice, but it had close to 4,000 waterbodies in the mid-90s, according to a Calcutta Municipal Corporation re...  | Read.. 
 
Poetry quite contrary
Name: Bishnu Ghatak...  | Read.. 
 
For love of the game
Hello, it's Sunday, May 20, 2007
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Mother Teresas all
I want to experience what poverty is like.” This is how one Sudder Street resident justified it. It ...Read.. 
Next weekend you can be at ... Lachung
A picturesque village named after a river in the lap of the eastern Himalayas, Lachung is now a favo...  | Read.. 
 
Vanishing jheel
The Bikramgarh Jheel in Jadavpur is one of the biggest waterbodies ...  | Read..