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A grand old man
By the 1870s, the camera entered the lives of the Indian landed elite and the growing middle class; it was invaluable in the depiction of family life and newly-acquired professional roles where it became de rigueur for men with or without thei...  | Read.. 
 
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Struck by a star
Sir There must have been a serious lack of news stories on June 10. Or why would The Telegraph ...  | Read.. 
 
After terror
Sir It is heartening to know that Darul Uloom Deoband and Jamait Ulema-e-Hind, two of the most or ...  | Read.. 
 
Now or never
Sir There were a large number of water bodies in the Nandannagar area between Belgharia and Agarp ...  | Read.. 
 
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BOOKED FOR THE PAST
Time and the National Library and Calcutta have a mysterious relationship. The institution encapsulates a phase in Indias, a...| Read.. 
 
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Homeward bound?
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Old order hardly changeth
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