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The Point Of Return

(Siddhartha Deb) lSet in the last decades of the 20th century in the remote Northeastern hills, this is the moving story of a father and a son, who have lived for years as strangers. The author, who has worked as a journalist in Calcutta and Delhi, traces hidden tales about the making and unmaking of India

Moushumi Bhowmik

(CIMA, August 29, 6 pm) lAn ‘adda’ of songs from the London-based singer-composer at the Sunny Towers gallery. Bhowmik’s strong lyrics and powerful style of rendition make her stand out

Dreamland Japan

(Seagull Arts and Media Resource Centre) lThis festival of Japanese Manga and animation films started on August 21, but still has much in store till September 7. Ninja Scroll (Aug 24), Ghost in the Shell (Aug 31) and Demon City Shinjuku (Sept 6) are just a few of the titles. All screenings start at 6 pm

Amader Gaan

(Various) This collection of Bengali band songs features such popular acts like Cactus, Paras Pathar, Feedback, Infusion, Nagar Philomel and Pancha Pandab. A set of enjoyable numbers with variety in lyrics and treatment
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