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JEE results on Board website after 4 pm

The results of the Joint Entrance Examinations (JEE) 2003, for admission to engineering, medical and dental degree colleges in the state, will be available on the Net on Monday. Member secretary of the state JEE board A.K. Das said the results would be put up on the official website jexab.becs.ac.in after 4 pm and other websites like www.tathyabangla.org, www.wbgov.com and www.calcuttatelephones.com. The results can also be accessed through SMS. The Calcutta Information Centre will allow examinees to log in to the result sites for free. The merit lists will be put up on Wednesday at the institutions.

Man run over, killed by auto

Nimchand Ram, 55, a resident of Hughes Road, was run over on Sunday afternoon near Kohinoor Market, in Park Circus, by an autorickshaw. Police said Ram was rushed to National Medical College and Hospital, where he was declared dead. Auto driver Mohammad Sajid, 32, was arrested.

Housewife suicide

Jayati Lahiri, 50, a resident of Nepal Bhattacharya First Lane, in Tollygunge, hanged herself in her bedroom on Saturday morning. Police said Jayati, a former bank employee, married Aniruddha Lahiri, 62, a former teacher of a south Calcutta school, a year-and-a-half ago. Aniruddha is absconding.

Councillor dies

Patit Kumar Banerjee, former CPM councillor in the Calcutta Municipal Corporation and an anaesthetist with NRS Medical College and Hospital, died on Saturday. He was 82.

Power cuts

Several pockets of Ballygunge, Hazra and the adjacent areas suffered power cuts on Sunday after two cable faults occurred at Ritchie Road and near Science City, CESC said.

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TO Dhanwantary Medicare and research centre for deciding to sponsor the education of one of the sons of slain sergeant Bapi Sen


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