Monday, January 20, 2003
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Since 1st March, 1999
> The Calcutta Column
Pay dearly for viewer discomfort
Prices of tickets have been hiked in most cinemas, though the amenities have deteriorated with time. Hall-owners are least bothered about providing the minimum comfort to the audience. The seats are torn and bug-infested. Though hi-fi sound systems have been installed in several halls, we often find a few rats scampering underfoot. Do these travails match the money we shell out' Piyal Mukherjee, Lake Town.
Roads in Prantikpally, Kasba, are unfit for use. The potholes have widened into craters. Why canít the civic authorities take measures though residents pay taxes on time' Narayan Mukherjee, Prantikpally.
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