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EAT, PLAY, BOND 

They come from different states of India, but for the next couple of months they represent Bengal. Four players of Bengal Warriors, with which The Telegraph is associated, dropped in at...   | Read..
 

A strange and indifferent address

I was born in Calcutta, but we moved to Bombay when I was one-and-a- half years old, maybe in early 1964. The company my father worked in had relocated its head office in...   | Read..
 

Mother courage & confidence

An octogenarian who travels by local train and bus from Bali to central Calcutta every day   | Read..
 

Her playful perversity

One has only to flip through the profusely-illustrated pages of the book titled Arpita Singh with text by Deepak Ananth, the Paris-based art historian, to grasp the full...   | Read..
 

Letters from India to Turkey

Turkish history brought alive through letters, a medical mission and a story of Hindu-Muslim unity — such lesser-known facets of history came to light in an enriching...   | Read..
 

When pictures speak a thousand words

An array of human faces and the varied emotions etched on them transported a select gathering at Hyatt Regency on Thursday to the rubble of human devastation that is Nepal....   | Read..
 

'Indian Museum must be a hang-out zone'

If you are planning to meet up with friends tomorrow after college or work, chances are slim that the Indian Museum will even cross your mind. But changes are afoot at the...   | Read..
 
Father Dominic Savio, the rector of St. Xavier's College; Father Jeyaraj Velusamy, provincial of Calcutta Province; and Father Felix Raj, the...   | Read..
 
 
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