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Ordeal of life ends in fire
Palash and Partha were woken up early on Wednesday by the screams of their father, Bablu Halder....  | Read.. 
 
Birdie boost for base of business
For a while now, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee's Advantage Bengal government has been striving to drive home the need to leverage t...  | Read.. 
 
Sinister sprawl the sundown streets
It's 11 pm, on a south Calcutta pavement. A mother, with a three-month-old infant in her lap, stirs a handi of rice an...  | Read.. 
 
Pre-monsoon spell chills
A pre-monsoon shower, with gusty winds, cooled down the city on Wednesday evening. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sudan, Congo & toxic mix
The city has been flooded with foodstuff adulterated with colouring agents and additives that are not only carcinogenic but c...  | Read.. 
 
Time not ripe for terminal
The fate of the much-hyped third railway terminal at Chitpur, slated to be operational from late 2005, became uncertain as th...  | Read.. 
 
Breezy visit, low-key kin
Culture and compassion mark brief stopover by brother of Pak President

A night in a nondescript guesthouse at Karaya, a hush-hush visit to Indian Museum, a breeze through Victoria Memorial, a comp ...  | Read.. 
 
President Pervez Musharraf’s elder brother Javed takes a break at Howrah station on Wednesday, before leaving for Varanasi. Picture by Amit Datta
Hello, it's Thursday, March 24, 2005
Roads to avoid
Holi soiree
Hard Talk
 
Timeout
Crossover choreography
Continuing its creative experiments with literary and artistic ...  | Read.. 
 
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 It's Your Birthday So...
Your instincts never let you down. You are honest and noble in your dealings. Heads turn when you ...Read.. 
Letters
  Progress on tracks halted by politics
  Gender bias in marital torture
  Human face of rescue
 
Neglect blamed for spurt in TB
With experts pressing the panic button over the rate at which the disease i...  | Read.. 

Aural boon for kids
In a rare surgery performed in a city hospital, cochlea implants have saved...  | Read.. 

Reprieve for aged, ailing convicts
Ashalata Das, 80, lodged in Presidency jail, in Alipore, for murdering her ...  | Read.. 

Around half the world, on bicycles
About a year-and-a-half ago, Sheri and Stephane Marchiori decided they were...  | Read.. 

Field fashion in focus
The men on the field might not be able to match the flamboyance of a Serena...  | Read.. 
Rang revelry
The most lasting image of a Holi bash is possibly that of the Rang barse...  | Read.. 
Egging on Easter bunnies
With Easter comes spring ' a time to welcome back the tulips and daffodils,...  | Read.. 
 
The City Diary More.. 
1.4 lakh stolen from store
Officiating governor
Youth suicide
Body found
Jute mill fire
Theft arrest
Screen On & Off
Bittersweet tale of brother and brotherhood
Game for glamour
Lo-Cal More..