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Since 1st March, 1999
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‘The private hospitals must improve the quality of healthcare in the city’
Surya Kanta Mishra, minister

Exodus blame on hospitals
The government on Friday blamed the exodus of patients to other metros on the city’s leading private hospitals. It also called for a meeting to devise ways for improving healthcare....  | Read.. 
Date debate on city birthday
landmark date, yes but birthday, no. Festivals, yes, but official functions and cakes with candles, no....  | Read.. 
Shift signal from house-full Writers’
Writers’ Buildings is bursting at the seams....  | Read.. 
High court lifeline for banyan tree
Calcutta High Court on Friday paved the way for a new lease of life for the 200-year-old Indian Botanic Garden, in Howrah, an...  | Read.. 
Sudden-death sign on marathon soap
Over five years. More than 1,300 episodes. Janmabhoomi, the longest-running daily soap on our small screen, looks set ...  | Read.. 
O mitwa, sun mitwa... With these words, the spotlight came on and Aamir Khan jumped from a makeshift hut on to the Netaji Indoor Stadium stage. On cue, a young artiste hopped on to his lap, as in the film Lagaan. Aamir and his Lagaan team, minus Gracy Singh but plus Rani Mukherjee and Diya Mirza, are in town to perform for a private firm’s private bash over the weekend. Picture by Pabitra Das
Hello, it's Saturday, August 24, 2002
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Ode to Vasundhara
Dance, dance, dance little lady, / Leave tomorr...  | Read.. 
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City Lights
For connoisseurs of rock, blues, R&B and new-age music, there is only one place to flock to now....  | Read.. 
Wake-up call for Tiger force
With the crime rate going up and the Pujas fast approaching, city police ch...  | Read.. 

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