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Downtown for decades

O Calcutta, seller of rock-related merchandise, a mainstay on north Portage

PHOTOS BY ZACHARY PRONG / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Gurinder Nirula (left) with his parents, Sartaj Nirula and Jasbir Nirula. The couple opened O Calcutta, a store that sells T-shirts and pop culture paraphernalia, 40 years ago.</p></p>

PHOTOS BY ZACHARY PRONG / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Gurinder Nirula (left) with his parents, Sartaj Nirula and Jasbir Nirula. The couple opened O Calcutta, a store that sells T-shirts and pop culture paraphernalia, 40 years ago.

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Updated on Sunday, July 24, 2016 at 9:29 AM CDT: Adds link

July 25, 2016 at 10:45 AM: Corrects date reference.

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