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Sunday , October 21 , 2012
 
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The ancient World War II elevator was taking forever to come. It was rush hour in London and my painstak-...   | Read..
 
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In the ’60s and ’70s in Calcutta, Durga Puja meant books, music and food. These are still integral to the festiva...   | Read..
 
FOOD

Moghlai makeover

Some things about the Pujas never change. One of my earliest memories of visiting a pandal was the sight of a big paratha-like object being fried in a kadhai...   | Read..
 
IN RETROSPECT

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It was the gloomiest but most memorable Durga Puja I’ve ever experienced. Thirty-five-years ago my grandfather died on Saptami,...   | Read..
 
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The new iPad, the Samsung Galaxy SIII, the Nokia Pureview 808 and a dizzying array of smart TVs and ultrabooks. If that isn...   | Read..
 
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Playing favourites

Durga wins hands down as celebrities take their pick from the First Family of the Hindu pantheon ...   | Read..
 
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