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Saturday October 23, 2021

History & Heritage

Jewish emigration from Calcutta
Chronicles

Never Say Goodbye

The nineteen forties were tumultuous. British and American soldiers were stationed in Calcutta, including Jewish service men. There was a British and American Chaplain (Bloch and Seligson) active in Jewish community affairs.

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Rabindranath Tagore and Jyotirindranath Tagore
Chronicles

Tagore Brothers in Chandernagore

It goes without mention that remembering his ‘Jyoti dada’ is an act of digging out his bygone moments; those memories are safely secured in his artistic creations in and about Chinsurah and Chandernagore.

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Ismail Merchant
Chronicles

Ismail Merchant was a Silent Rebel

I met him personally only once. He had invited me – an anonymous woman trying to find her feet in film journalism – to a specially invited screening of the film In Custody (Muhafiz) which Merchant directed

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Palace_of_Assembly_Chandigarh
Chronicles

Architects of Modern India

Nehru realized and articulated that the infrastructure and industrial projects of India were to become the temples of this nation. India was therefore, a land of opportunity. On the country’s 75th Independence Day let us take a look at some of the modern architects of India who laid the foundation of a nascent nation.

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