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Calcutta Weather
WeatherTemperature
Min : 27.80°C (+2)
Max : 31.90°C (-1)
Rainfall : 5.10 mm
Relative Humidity:
Max : 94.00% Min : 79.00%
Sunrise : 5:0 AM
Sunset : 6:22 PM
Today
A few spells of light to moderate rain. Maximum and minimum temperatures likely to be around 32°C and 26°C.
 
CIMA Gallary
 
Capsule capital
Calcuttans run to healthcare haven Vellore at the drop of a hair because there’s no choice. But when it comes to buying medicine the choice is t...  | Read.. 
 
Cat’s cradle of steel
Howrah bridge turns rainbow-hued these days after dark but the ground realities of the bridge that was opened to traffic in F...  | Read.. 
 
Feminine touch for the goddess
Pal is one of the few women artisans in Kumartuli who make Durga and other idols. While there ...  | Read.. 
 
An act of science
After shooting for Deepa Mehta’s film Heaven on Earth in Toronto, it’s London calling for city-based theatre director ...  | Read.. 
 
India through the lens
The works of three photographers from three different countries and social situations will be exhibited at the Seagull Art an...  | Read.. 
 
Homeland comes calling
As the political war rages in Zimbabwe I have been engaged in a very different but another controversial debate with my friend from there. ...  | Read.. 
 
Next weekend you can be at ... Karnagarh
Karnagarh is a nondescript village just 10 km north of Midnapore town. For those interested in ...  | Read.. 
 
Actress Aparajita Ghosh Das and Cactus frontman Sidhu celebrate the fifth birth anniversary of Bengali magazine Unish Kuri at Tantra on Friday. ...  | Read
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Forgotten legacy of Freud
Soumya Sekhar Bose is 6 feet tall and seems straight out of the modelling-music video-film circuit a ...Read.. 
Bookshop with a view
In the quaint Radhanath Mullick Lane, off College Street and just a few bends away from Putiram, a b...  | Read..