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Knight in purple-border sari

A Calcuttan in a purple-bordered white cotton sari and rubber slippers outshone Bollywood stars and cricket icons in a show meant to celebrate the victory of the Kolkata Knight Riders in the fifth edition of the Indian Premier League. ...   | Read..
 

A different last stop

Shah Rukh Khan’s last port of call before he left the city was the blood transfusion room of The Thalassaemia Society of India in north Calcutta. ...   | Read..
 

Chennai, learn to be joyous from us

The euphoria in Calcutta today begged a question: would Chennai have erupted in similar celebration had the Super Kings won the IPL crown on Sunday?...   | Read..
 

Sub-quota cloud on IIT

Hundreds of backward minority students shortlisted by the IITs have been left staring at an uncertain future after Andhra Pradesh High Court yesterday scrapped the 4.5 pe...   | Read..
 

Team A blames it on English

Two team members today appeared to blame a language problem for Anna Hazare’s description of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as an “honest man”....   | Read..
 
Shah Rukh Khan with Mandira Karmakar at The Thalassaemia Society of India in north Calcutta on Tuesday. Picture by Sudeshna Banerjee
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Iota of truth and I will quit public life: PM

Prime Minister Manmohan Singh today offered to quit public life if there is an “iota of t...   | Read..

Flash of smile fades after years of battle

It will be a journey back in time for her when Aung San Suu Kyi visits India to deliver the nex...   | Read..