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Quote of The Day
‘The new (phone) billing rules are definitely going to make things tougher for the average consumer’
Consumer rights activist

 
 
Double scan on tally trouble
When Higher Secondary 2003 starts on April 1, there will be one examinee more than the 380,000-odd taking the test. That will be the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education itself....  | Read.. 
 
Hailstorm in the wake of evening Nor’wester
Calcutta received its first hailshower on Thursday evening, sending home-bound commuters scurrying for cover. Hailstones with...  | Read.. 
 
Terse phone bills, with no break-ups
there’s going to be less transparency in what he is being charged for. ...  | Read.. 
 
Business dips as war grounds travellers
It’s business as usual, but not quite. The shadow of war is looming large on the world travel industry, with airlines and tra...  | Read.. 
 
Teddy, now 100, is still top draw
Barbie may be beautiful and GI Joe may be cool, but trusty ol’ Teddy is hard to beat. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cars swish along Chittaranjan Avenue after the skies opened up on Thursday evening. The city recorded 12.6 mm of rain in a sudden Nor’wester and hails ...  | Read
Hello, it's Friday, March 28, 2003
Roads to avoid
Conference
Poetry reading
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Bhadreswarir Galpo
The story of Bhadreswari is the tale of a popular ...  | Read.. 
 
 
 You share your birthday with...
Moon Moon Sen. You are ambitious and focused on your goals. Sometimes you become too emotiona ...Read.. 
Guest Column
In the third and final part of the series on Chittaranjan Avenue, Soumitra Das is lured by t...  | Read.. 
 
Injection haul in factory swoop
The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) swooped down on a Sonarpur fact...  | Read.. 

Waste disposal nod a must for new clinics
The state environment department has decided not to allow nursing homes ...  | Read.. 

In cop net for finance fraud
A team of Ahmedabad policemen arrived in the city on Thursday to arrest Vin...  | Read.. 

State cries foul on water tax
The Left Front government on Thursday blamed the Trinamul Congress-run Calc...  | Read.. 

 
The City Diary More.. 
Forensic team visits gutted building
Bribe charge against cops
Three arrested
Singer dies
Valuables stolen
Garden dispute
Calcutta Column More.. 
Pedestrians crowded out at market
Wait in the dark