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Left thanks the haves
Powered by the state government's industrialisation initiatives, the CPM-led Left Front wrested the Calcutta Municipal Corporation (CMC) on Tuesday, after a gap of five years....  | Read.. 
 
Great ditch by ally
They may have parted ways on election eve, but post-poll, Subrata Mukherjee sounds much like the Mamata Banerjee of 2000. Ele...  | Read.. 
 
Clean board to progress
The Calcutta Municipal Corporation (CMC) will no longer be referred to as 'chorporation', the city's next mayor, Bikas...  | Read.. 
 
The few who held their own
The CPM had targeted certain wards where workers and leaders had a one-point agenda ' that of ousting the present incumben...  | Read.. 
 
Batons rain on defiant cadre in Salt Lake rerun
Batons in Salt Lake, batons again in the heart of Calcutta....  | Read.. 
 
Quips & slips in counting house
St Lawrence School (ward 70) 11 am...  | Read.. 
 
Gains from trade tilt
Wooing the wealthy has started yielding electoral dividends for the Left. The results of the Calcutta Municipal Corporation ( ...  | Read.. 
 
Victory colours are smeared on the forehead of Bikash Ranjan Bhattacharya, the CPM's candidate for mayor, on Tuesday. Picture by Pabitra Das
Hello, it's Wednesday, June 22, 2005
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Theatre
 
Timeout
Chiselled insights
With a spontaneous understanding of the nuances of...  | Read.. 
 
What We are Watching
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Wearing the tear better
Getting stressed out is no longer worn as a badge of honour in the corporat...  | Read.. 

Flight boost for Thames traveller
The city by the Hooghly seems to have come closer to the city by the Thames...  | Read.. 

Vaccine against viral scourge of infants
The deadly 'rota virus' is responsible for the deaths of more than 1.8 lakh...  | Read.. 

English cry in HS helpline
English remains the anathema of a large section of students who appear in t...  | Read.. 

Whipping up a fat-free feast
The cityís favourite tearoom Flurys is enhancing its spread for the ca...  | Read.. 
Cafe call in cine stop
Itís the latest sip--bite joint in the New Market para and the ...  | Read.. 
Natural twist to tress tale
Put away your flat irons. Girly soft curls or natural, wind-tousled tresses...  | Read.. 
Clown treat for tots
The cheerful memories of yearly trips to the zoo or the circus remain with ...  | Read.. 
Ramp rocker rules
A fashion show is like a film poster. Just as a poster gives glimpses of th...  | Read.. 
 
The City Diary More.. 
Cell service down after network jam
Dwikhandita hearing ends
JU deadlock
Suicides
BSF seminar
Thana gherao
Calcutta Column More.. 
Cyclists' free run ends in mishaps
Power peril next door
Dump archaic ways
Station high on squalor
Screen On & Off
On cruise control
'KBC is not a sab-janta quiz'
Change is constant
Bachchan the best
Prep preach
Last lap