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Quote of The Day
‘It took the death of an innocent citizen for them to wake up to the need to fill up the pothole’
Sweetshop-owner on CIT Road

 
 
Peril pothole kills cop
A pothole proved fatal for a sub-inspector, who drove into it late on Wednesday, fell off his motorcycle and, some 10 hours later, succumbed to his injuries....  | Read.. 
 
Korean couple in language link with Bengal
After setting up the country’s first Korean Culture and Language Center in Calcutta two years ago, Byung-Hee Kwon and Sung-He...  | Read.. 
 
Bill clout for local bodies
The state has set in motion a plan to reduce its role in the management of cities and towns, vesting in the municipal corpora...  | Read.. 
 
Kolaghat shutdown cuts supply
Calcutta and Howrah suffered prolonged power cuts on Thursday, after a drastic drop in supply from the state electricity boar...  | Read.. 
 
Action option is top draw
For all its claims of high thinking, it is muscle over mind any day on the big screen of Calcutta. ...  | Read.. 
 
The killer pothole that claimed the life of sub-inspector Arun Majumder had been hastily covered up with sand, bricks and stone chips by the civic authorities by Thursday evening. Picture by Pradip Sanyal
Hello, it's Friday, July 25, 2003
Road to avoid
Shakespeare film
Music
Uttam Kumar portraits
 
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A slice of contemporary life
Diyas Gallery began its foray in the world of art ...  | Read.. 
 
 
 You share your birthday with...
RaageshwariYou are always on the move. People are impressed by your ability to pick up thi ...Read.. 
Guest Column
Greek to Gujarati, Aloke Thakore has been presented every opportunity to seize a descent, and...  | Read.. 
 
District queue at reputed city colleges
Thousands of students from far-flung places in Bengal are flocking to Calcu...  | Read.. 

Freedom delay earns court frown
Calcutta High Court on Thursday directed its criminal section to find out t...  | Read.. 

Pangs of turning roofless in Rajabazar
Ten-year-old Bhola lives in the slum bordering the Rajabazar canal. He does...  | Read.. 

CSTC opens its routes to private buses
Realising that it cannot put out the required number of vehicles in the cit...  | Read.. 

Land-losers at Rajarhat will get jobs
The government has promised jobs to persons who have lost land to the New T...  | Read.. 

 
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