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Target area turns back on bandh
Mamata Banerjee’s bandh nearly paralysed life in Calcutta and urban pockets but evoked lukewarm response in rural areas that are directly concerned with the issue that prompted the shutdown. ...  | Read.. 
 
Caught in strike net, distress sale of hilsa
The bandh afternoon may have made scope for a sumptuous meal for many but the same babus might lament the loss of about ...  | Read.. 
 
Drowning in search of ball
Arkadeb Bhattacharya, 23, drowned this evening when he went to fetch a football from a pond in Behala’s Parnasree. ...  | Read.. 
 
Woman back from ‘dead’
Buried in a ditch after being strangled by her husband, a woman returned from the “dead” last Saturday, days after she h ...  | Read.. 
 
Crocodile kills again
A crocodile dragged away Gangamoyee Jana last night as she was looking for shrimps and crabs in the Mridangabhanga river ...  | Read.. 
 
Ghisingh threatens ‘tandav’
Subash Ghisingh today warned disciples against playing Judas. ...  | Read.. 
 
Prayer, not pill, after bite
Superstition shoved science to the waste bin in one of Bengal’s most literate districts as an eight-year-old boy bitten by ...  | Read.. 
 
Buses were plying on Howrah Bridge on Monday till a band of Trinamul supporters rolled on the road and climbed on the vehicles. Pictures by Pradip Sanyal