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Quote of The Day
‘Closing the innings is one thought I cannot put off any longer’
Jyoti Basu

 
 
Shoplifter girl in Ryder role
A Class IX dropout of a reputed all-girls’ school in south-central Calcutta has been slammed for shoplifting after she admitted to stealing the bag of a Russian diplomat in a crowded city mall on Friday evening. Police put it down to an extreme case ...  | Read.. 
 
Come April, pay for water
Calcutta’s first water-tax bill will come knocking on your door this April. More than two lakh house-owners — an overwhelmin...  | Read.. 
 
Bypass rage over mishap
Trouble erupted on the Eastern Metropolitan Bypass on Sunday evening after a private car knocked down 14-year-old Anil Jha wh...  | Read.. 
 
Tagore binds his campuses
It is a cultural bond that unites Centre-run Visva-Bharati and state-controlled Rabindra Bharati University (RBU). The campu...  | Read.. 
 
Silent disposal for service beyond life
Basu to pledge body to medical research three months before he turns 90

Jyoti Basu has decided to donate his body after death to medical research. “I am trying to keep fit as far as possible, but h ...  | Read.. 
 
George N. Sibley tried doing a Sourav Ganguly on Sunday morning, but things didn’t quite work out the way the American consul-general would have hoped ...  | Read
Hello, it's Monday, March 10, 2003
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 You share your birthday with...
Sharon Stone and Madhabi Mukherjee. You need to develop your talents. Gestures of affection w ...Read.. 
Hard Talk
  No new tax, so no dispute
  Keeping taps on campus
 
Key shift in varsity script scan schedule
Calcutta University (CU) is considering significant changes in the system o...  | Read.. 

Level tram tracks to curb car chaos
Alarmed at the growing congestion on most streets, the government has decid...  | Read.. 

ESI plight state fault: Centre
The Centre has blamed the state government for the plight of ESI doctors in...  | Read.. 

A wrapper for independence
Nineteen-year-old Binota Naik is a librarian at the Ballygunge Young Men’s ...  | Read.. 

Pitch set right for sports arena
South Calcutta will finally get its own sports stadium with a commercial co...  | Read.. 

 
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