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Sunday , January 18 , 2015
 
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Stories to tell

India is a land of festivals, and during the last three or four years we have added one more festival to our calendar of delights - the literary festival.   | Read..
 

Tough love for all Xaverians

Xaverians across decades and disciplines lost a slice of their campus life on Saturday when Arun da, the ever-smiling man behind the canteen counter, succumbed to a lung...   | Read..
 

Of Tagore, love for Bengali & literature beyond classroom

On the eve of his 80th birthday on Monday, Soumitra Chatterjee speaks to Metro on Sunday about Rabindranath Tagore, his "road sign for life", his ambitious...   | Read..
 

Tome treasure built on passion

He has built a cutting-edge library of digital communication and books on science and technology in the city for everyone to access.   | Read..
 

Baby blues for working couples

IT professional Sangeeta Jha quit her job, unable to cope with the guilt of having to keep her seven-year-old son in her car for more than an hour every evening while she...   | Read..
 

Photographs & Mughals

Partha Mitter, emeritus professor of art history at the University of Sussex, spoke on Early Indian Photography and the Mughal Legacy at a talk organised by the...   | Read..
 
The cast and crew of Nicole Kidman-starrer Lion shoot at Shalimar station on Saturday morning. Directed by Garth Davis, the film is based on Google...   | Read..
 
 
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