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Police shower blows to break JU fast
Police moved into Jadavpur University in the dead of the night and a mounted a baton-charge to evict students who refused to call off a fast-unto-death. ...  | Read.. 
 
Pleas ring in punches
“Sir, please come to our aid, they are beating us mercilessly'” ...  | Read.. 
 
Faith runs dry in Beliaghata
For close to six months, residents of Beliaghata have been nursing a dream ' an unending supply of drinking water. ...  | Read.. 
 
Quiet wedding
Rajiv Bhattacharya, the London-based IBM employee who went missing last week, will have a low-key wedding, his family sa ...  | Read.. 
 
Savoury baron brother under fire
After Prabhu Shankar Agarwal, the owner of Haldiram’s chain of confectioneries, it is the turn of his brother Mahesh to ...  | Read.. 
 
Gift packet clue to widow murder
Police today stumbled on a possible lead on the murder of a widow in her Bishop Lefroy Road apartment. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mother dies in bid to save son
Rina Paswan, who was four months pregnant, died trying in vain to save her eight-year-old son from drowning in a Howrah vill ...  | Read.. 
 
Evening train to Digha
Tourists wishing to take a train to Digha can now board a local at Santragachhi, near Howrah. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mamata counts on Cong rebels
A day after Congress leaders hinted at a post-poll adjustment with the Trinamul Congress in the event the June 19 electi ...  | Read.. 
 
Eye on timber trade
The forest department has decided to intensify checks on timber used as building material to curb illegal timber trade i ...  | Read.. 
 
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