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The City Diary

CU sets Puja date for Part I results

The results of this year’s BA and B.Sc Part I (general and honours) examinations of Calcutta University will be published before the Pujas, pro vice-chancellor (academic) Suranjan Das said on Sunday. Nearly 80,000 examinees appeared in the examinations, held in May.

Held for threats to trader

City police have picked up a criminal from south Calcutta on charges of threatening a local businessman for money. Sleuths refused to identify the man, as investigations are in progress.

Scooterist injured

Phatik Mondol, a scooterist, was injured when a Maruti dashed against his two-wheeler at the crossing of Judges’ Court Road and Alipore Road on Sunday morning. Mondol was admitted to SSKM Hospital.

School branch

Welland Gouldsmith School, an English-medium institution for girls in central Calcutta, will open a branch at Baishnabghata, near the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass.

Anti-terror front

Network of Non-Governmental Organisations, a joint body of nearly 100 NGOs operating in the state, will organise a convention against global terrorism in the city on Tuesday. This is the first time NGOs have set up a forum to develop a network and coordinate among themselves to combat communalism and terrorism.

Ex-MLA dead

Abul Bashar, 82, former MLA from South 24-Parganas, died at SSKM Hospital on Sunday. He was a member of the CPM’s state committee and a former secretary of the party’s South 24-Parganas district committee.

Thumbs Up

O ROTARY CLUB OF CALCUTTA for conducting an eye camp at Kuberpur village, near Barasat, in association with Interact Club, La Martiniere
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