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City of hope
The storm of protest over Rizwanur Rahman suggests that Calcutta is a caring city. But the findings of a Telegraph-GfK-MODE poll are shocking. Shuma Raha looks for the real Calcutta ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Short and sweet
Debojit Mukherjee, a 20-something management trainee, used to hate the idea of watching an Indian film in a theatre. He said ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Return of the native
A new Julie Christie film is nowadays a rare phenomenon but with a bit of luck, her new movie, Away From Her, in which ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Tabu keeps her promise
celebrity circus
The tiresomely moody Tabu, who is quite capable of dropping out of sight and remaining unavailable for the promotion of her o ...  | Read.. 
Krishna Menon’s 50 cups of tea a day
If Winter comes
Room for Rumi
Singhvi’s style
Tittle tattle
 
 
City of hope
Father, son and the holy days
Stitch in time
Pulling strings
Trade off
 
‘They expected me to be this terrible monster... who’d try to grab them’