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Quote of The Day
‘From April 14, 2004, the government should not allow anyone to hold fairs on the Maidan’
Calcutta High Court

 
 
Fairs move out of Maidan
It’s official — the city’s lungs will get a breather from springtime, 2004....  | Read.. 
 
Detention, retention & red-tape disruption
As debates rage on about when the Left Front government should introduce English in schools, children are fast falling into a...  | Read.. 
 
Youth in tiger skin snare
The city police on Thursday stumbled upon an international racket in contraband tiger skins, with the arrest of a 22-year-ol...  | Read.. 
 
Visual tax to offset water levy rollback
Big commercial establishments selling their products through shopsigns are the new target of the Calcutta Municipal Corporati...  | Read.. 
 
Law stands in defence of law-benders
Advocate-general appears for cover-up cops in rape-and-murder case

Advocate-general Balai Ray had a busy day in high court on Thursday. From freeing the Maidan of the fair menace to defending ...  | Read.. 
 
Fairs move out of Maidan
Hello, it's Friday, November 28, 2003
Road to avoid
Seminar
Kids’ film
Cricket
 
Timeout
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Southern strains
Come winter, and Calcutta is literally inundated w...  | Read.. 
 
CINEMA More.. 
 
 You share your birthday with...
Ed Harris, actor.You are straightforward and dislike beating around the bush to make a point. There ...Read.. 
Guest Column
The Chinese have all but receded into the background in the Tiretta Bazar and Chhattawala Gali area ...  | Read.. 
 
Slur blitz over CellOne flop
Thursday saw an employees’ deputation with a difference. Eight Calcutta Tel...  | Read.. 

Homoeo colleges in health varsity fold
Bowing to student pressure, the government has finally embarked on an exer...  | Read.. 

Fake marks sale books duo
The fault lines run deep and wide — from forged notes to fraudulent bank pa...  | Read.. 

CBI sets up section to crack bank fraud cases
If the flood of fake notes in Calcutta has left the Research and Analysis W...  | Read.. 

Society shelves ready for new readers
After an 18-year hiatus, the Asiatic Society has thrown open its doors to n...  | Read.. 

 
The City Diary More.. 
Shanties gutted in Broad Street
Market murder of CPM leader
Rescued on train
Body in pond
Registrar’s office
Metro services hit
Calcutta Column More.. 
Bridge across dirty, danger zone
Cremation blues