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Calcutta Column

Spot of public bother

Several political meetings are held in front of Metro cinema and Victoria House, crippling traffic movement in the entire region. The state government has allocated the Maidan and the Sahid Minar for meetings and rallies. Then, why do the authorities allow agitating organisations to air their grievances in prime locations, inconveniencing the public'

T.R. Anand, Budge Budge.

Stingy on stamps

The staff of Tollygunge post office does not sell more than two revenue stamps to customers at a time. In order to buy a set of 10 stamps, one will have to visit the post office for five days. Can the postal authorities please explain the reasons behind this strange system'

S. Bhattacharjee, Santoshpur.

Parking pain

Signposts indicating no-parking zones must be flashed properly to facilitate car-owners. People often end up flouting rules unintentionally.

Jagdish Kumar, Chittaranjan Avenue.

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