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Caught in car crawl' Fly over
Caught in a car crawl on the Park Circus connector' Gaze up with a prayer on your lips that the government's grand plan takes wings....  | Read.. 
 
Land scan for Lake squatters
In a renewed bid to find a solution to the relocation of over 25,000 shanty-dwellers on railway land along the Rabindra Sarob...  | Read.. 
 
VAT shadow shuts marts
The vagueness surrounding the value-added tax (VAT) turned to vexation on Wednesday, with the start of a three-day trade band...  | Read.. 
 
From academic excellence to tripe
Ironically, Prof Pradip Sinha's words on the decline of research work in Calcutta that he had spoken at Asiatic Society only ...  | Read.. 
 
No-parking pitch to fill up terminals
The state government has decided to declare stretches of Kona Expressway, Mumbai Road (from Kona to Dhulagarh) and Delhi Road...  | Read.. 
 
Green cases stay buried in court lists
Cases relating to auto emission, contamination of the Lakes and of drinking water in schools and hospitals and traffic conges...  | Read.. 
 
Staff in fisticuffs over lift
Govt office elevator fracas leaves seven injured, cops called in, sleuths blamed for blows

A fight over a lift at the Central Government Office Complex in Salt Lake left seven people injured and suspended work in a n ...  | Read.. 
 
The Elephant God appears on stage to explain his omnipresence in Indian culture. The dance-drama, Ganesh, staged at Eastern Zonal Cultural Cent ...  | Read
Hello, it's Thursday, March 31, 2005
Roads to avoid
Lecture
Dance
Screening
 
Timeout
In tandem
Bharata Natyam virtuosos V.P. Dhananjayan and Sha...  | Read.. 
 
CINEMA More.. 
 
 You share your birthday with...
Ewan McGregor You're fair and noble and will never cheat anyone to get your way. Once inte ...Read.. 
Letters
  All's fair in the crooked male mind
  Only the aged and lonely
  Exam blues
 
Woken up, shot at on pavement
Gunshots woke up residents of Jagmohan Mullick Lane, in Burrabazar, on Wedn...  | Read.. 

Safety boost at tech hub
To improve security in Salt Lake's Sector V, police will hold special train...  | Read.. 

Raid team held back
The city police on Wednesday stopped their Kanpur counterparts from leaving...  | Read.. 

Glass lenses, world class
Anti-glare glasses to guard against the glint, progressive bifocals that do...  | Read.. 

Court frown on cop role
The officers-in-charge (OCs) of two city police stations came under the sca...  | Read.. 

Sleuths sew up early chargesheet
The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) will file a chargesheet on Thur...  | Read.. 

Students & religion: a question of answers
It was a book launch. At least it started out that way. ...  | Read.. 

Who's that girl'
He started off as a Mumbaiya tapori, chiding the ignoramus as a ' ...  | Read.. 

Drool over dhaba delights
A dhaba is not a hot hangout if you are looking for the cool environ...  | Read.. 
Three-in-one skincare stop
Calcutta's burgeoning lifestyle spread just got bigger with the Kaya Skin C...  | Read.. 
Swim like a fish in 16 days
The heat is on and what better way to beat it than with a splash in the spa...  | Read.. 
Behind the Bar
Nothing quenches thirst on a summer evening better than some super cooler c...  | Read.. 
Music Zone: Rocker with a world cause
Every age has its massive moral blind spots. We might not see them, but ...  | Read.. 
Social Register: Shiny summer picks
Shopping in the cool confines of the Ice Staking Rink can be a heat-busting...  | Read.. 
 
The City Diary More.. 
Gene database unveiled
Two held on sleaze charge
Mill reopens
Water supply
Road mishap
Stove burst
Screen On & Off
Mixed menu for Poila Baisakh platter
Soulmate in the city
Delayed date
Rahul riot
Coming soon
Calcutta calling
LO-CAL More..