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the largest city in India and one of the largest cities in the world

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In his visits to Calcutta, India, he often called on Mother Teresa, according to Alice.
My favorite mission trip destination was to Calcutta, India.
Prasanta Kumar Basu and Bratati Mukhopadhyay are faculty members of the University of Calcutta, India. Rikmantra Basu is a faculty member of the National Institute of Technology Delhi, India.
Originally from Calcutta, India, Bapsy attended the Sydenham College of Commerce and Economics in Mumbai.
Mourners wait by the roadside for Mother Teresa's funeral procession in Calcutta, India, Sept.
In 1997, Mother Teresa died in Calcutta, India, at age 87; conductor Sir Georg Solti died in France at age 84.
It was centered near 15.5 north and 83.9 east, about 499 nautical miles per 574.2 miles per 924.1 km south-southwest of Calcutta, India.
"It was about a homeless person who was lying in front of the Medical College of Calcutta, India, abandoned by his villagers and left to die alone.
A tiny photograph from Aleana Egan's recent exhibition "The Sensitive Plant" bears the title 13/1 Sunnypark, Ballygunge, Calcutta, India. Circa 1957 (all works 2013).
of Calcutta, India) write, "the various texts, contexts and subtexts that define myriad-minded Rabindranath Tagore's negotiations with the home and the world, his at-homeness outside the well-defined contours of the home and the related place-space dynamics as manifest in his contributions as litterateur, educationist, musician, humanitarian and visionary." The essays are presented in themed sections addressing how Tagore approaches the language of relationship, Tagore's reception of Europe and vice versa, Tagore's approach to the unknown, Tagore and nationalism, intercultural communication and the use of language, and Tagore and music.
Calcutta, India, has paid tribute to the memory of the victims of Sumgait pogroms.
The 78-year-old, from Styvechale, qualified as a doctor in Calcutta, India and completed a postgraduate course when he came to England in 1964.
The dancer works closely with Keshob Mukherjee, Associate Professor of Rhythm in Rabindra Bharati University, Calcutta, India. He comes to Dubai every year to help children to dance to the tunes of the tabla (percussion instrument).
Kishore Bhattacharya, Member ASHRAE, Calcutta, India