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River retreats
Few things are as dazzling as Aishwarya Rai Bachchan. But she faced competition when she visited the banks of the Hooghly recently ...  | Read.. 
 
Twitter away, on Facebook
Can what we do through the day be of deep interest to others?...  | Read.. 
 
A tale of two cities
All Indian cities tend to look alike. Mumbai looks like New Delhi and Calcutta wants to look a bit like the two, its skyline ...  | Read.. 
 
Kamalkumar at the new mall
Call it an irony of fate. Kamalkumar Majumdar was a stern critic of Western notions of modernity. But a collection of essays ...  | Read.. 
 
Taxing times for Bijon
Pay Rs 1 crore and 60 lakh and become the owner of Bijon Theatre in Hatibagan. Alternatively, you could foot a Rs 40 lakh cor...  | Read.. 
 
Storyteller with a Rolleiflex
While chatting with Rabin Sengupta, it becomes difficult to separate the raconteur from the photographer. Sengupta, a spright...  | Read.. 
 
Trigonomatried and masonaried
Isn’t being trigonometrical enough? Paikpara Rajbati may have been decimated, but even after an apartment block came up in it...  | Read.. 
 
Artist Shreyasi Chatterjee with art historian, critic and exhibition curator Jean-Francois Chevrier at an exhibition of Chatterjee’s works at CIMA ...  | Read
Hello It's Sunday , March 22 , 2009
Badminton Cup
Felicitation
Seminar
Theatre
Exhibition
Eye on Art
 
 
Climate Watch
Save tram, save city
 
 
Next weekend you can be at...Ghatsila
A bit of history and loads of scenic beauty — that sums up Ghatsila...Read.. 
City Lights
Günter Wehrmann’s love affair with his Leica is well chronicled ...  | Read..