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Quote of The Day
‘He never stopped at any hurdle in his life’
R.D. Gujjar, rider of army horse Moonlight

 
 
Let rivals perish, flock flourish
Colour does matter, at least on the hospital campus....  | Read.. 
 
Slip road duo in airport link
For those approaching the airport at Dum Dum, the government has prescribed two simple bypass operations. These will rid them...  | Read.. 
 
Baby dies after hospital check-up
Abandoned by his parents and his ailment not taken seriously by a hospital, Rajiv died on Sunday. He was all of 15 days old, ...  | Read.. 
 
Golden years of creativity
For the first time ever, the Academy of Fine Arts is organising an exhibition to celebrate 50 years of an artist’s involvemen...  | Read.. 
 
Moonlight fades out after falling at the final hurdle
For the past three years, he had trotted his way to glory and gold at tournaments galore. He was on track for more at the RCT ...  | Read.. 
 
Spingy Sahib, the ‘spin doctor’ who will entice Indians to go to the West Indies to work as cheap labour. This dark truth hides behind the bright cost ...  | Read
Hello, it's Monday, December 08, 2003
Road to avoid
Award
Interaction
Celebration
 
Timeout
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In fond memory of Uday Shankar
Dance is a primitive form of expression that emula...  | Read.. 
 
 
 You share your birthday with...
Sharmila TagoreYou are strong-willed and do not prefer taking help from others. A logical ...Read.. 
Hard Talk
  Dig too often, fix too slow
  Hawkers plus cars equal walker woes
 
Upgrade bid in food processing
The West Bengal State Food Processing and Horticulture Development Corporat...  | Read.. 

Medical tips from patients, not docs
Here’s another response to the growing mistrust in doctors. Patients will s...  | Read.. 

Hospital clean-up cats find home, hot meals
The strays, mostly cats, rounded up from the four hospitals in the Calcutta...  | Read.. 

Kid health kit for teachers
Teachers of all state-aided primary schools will soon take lessons on child...  | Read.. 

From the capital, striking roots in Calcutta
Then, it was a Little Calcutta in Delhi. Now, it hopes to return favours, b...  | Read.. 

 
The City Diary More.. 
Patient death sparks scuffle
Voters’ list on display
Waterworks plan
Beauty drive
Residents’ plea
Thumbs Up
Calcutta Column More.. 
New address for Father of Nation
Sting alert