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Samayita Banerjee
  Around 34 kilometres from the city of Calcutta, removed from the humdrum of the metropolis and still further from its intellectual cacophony, lies an unpretentious yet fascinating site. This is the site of Chandraketugarh, tucked away near a small village called Berachampa in the North 24…
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A. Srivathsan
Sahapedia: The Canberra scandal, which proved to be the tip of a smuggling iceberg, has once again exposed the enormity of the problem with regard to antiquities collections. Binoy Kampmark, in an article on the issue, says that caveat emptor is still the ‘perennial principle’ in the antiquities…
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International Museum Day (May 18) was created by the International Council of Museums (ICOM) in 1977 as a celebration of the role played by these institutions in the development of human society as well as a platform to debate and discuss society’s contribution to the development of museums. This…
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