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Age no bar at age-old library
After denying entry to under-18s for 102 years, the National Library appears all set to lift the age bar to boost membership and shore up the bottomline. ...  | Read.. 
 
Traffic chaos in shower trail
Incessant rain since Sunday morning disrupted traffic in the city and its adjoining areas. However, the day being a holiday, ...  | Read.. 
 
500-cr plan for wetlands
The government has formed a new board to look after matters related to the protection and development of wetlands....  | Read.. 
 
20 storeys on 60 cottahs
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee's government is all set to clear a project that promises to change the skyline in one of south Calcut...  | Read.. 
 
Council south tilt set right
When former mayor Subrata Mukherjee instituted his council five years ago, he was accused of being biased in favour of south ...  | Read.. 
 
Held for laced medicine
A city-based homoeopathy doctor has been arrested on charges of lacing the medicine he dispensed to his patients with steroid...  | Read.. 
 
For cutting-edge kids, confidence
Classes and CDs become part of school curriculum to help students achieve eloquence in English

When Anupurba Chatterjee explains why she enjoys learning from educative CDs, one is left just as impressed with her flawless ...  | Read.. 
 
Locket Chatterjee (left) and Raima Sen rehearse for a show to be staged on July 9, Suchitra Sen's birthday, at Science City, to pay tribute to Bengal' ...  | Read
Hello, it's Monday, July 04, 2005
Launch
Books
On stage
Weaves
 
Timeout
Love is mightier than valour
Continuing its experimentation with different perf...  | Read.. 
 
CINEMA More.. 
 
 You share your birthday with...
Paul Simon You like to go slow and steady at work. Friends confide in you and count on you ...Read.. 
Hard Talk
  Spread of fakes under check
  Stationery makes up seizure list
 
Flight data a dial away
Dial one number for all inquiries, bookings, tele-check-in, flight informat...  | Read.. 

Grants review has varsity on backfoot
Calcutta University had been caught unawares when it received a University ...  | Read.. 

Stranded tourists return
The 23 tourists stranded in Himachal Pradesh due to floods returned to the ...  | Read.. 

Familiar tales, new format
One is a collection of tales about the antics of a somewhat eccentric but a...  | Read.. 

Cradle for IAS ready to close
For years, the centre had offered specialised training for Indian Administr...  | Read.. 

Athens conquered, Naples won
In 2004, Saiful Mondal and his friends had won hearts and rave reviews in G...  | Read.. 

Aortic valve replaced minus blood
An aortic valve replacement at a city hospital using the patient's own pulm...  | Read.. 

A guide from guide
The man born Devdutt Pishorimal Anand and still churning out films at age 8...  | Read.. 

Yards of monsoon poetry and refreshed remixed fun
While some prefer three-quarters and shorts to combat the monsoon muck, a m...  | Read.. 
Pretty-in-pink girlie treats
If your favourite game as a child was house-house or hide-and-seek, ití...  | Read.. 
Spin to stay in shape
Zaheer Khanís stamina, Irfan Pathanís strong limbs or Ishaa Koppi...  | Read.. 
Remembering a lost friend
The city glitterati gathered at Princeton Club on Prince Anwar Shah Road on Friday...  | Read.. 
You can't get through this week without...
Throwing a rain dance party...  | Read.. 
 
The City Diary More.. 
Trains cancelled for track work
Uttam son dies
Hidco chief
Land office
JU impasse
Shop burgled
Calcutta Column More.. 
Tutors in haste, admit cards reach late
Screen On & Off
'I wanted to bring Amitji out of the star trap'
Repeat run on cruise cut
Friendly fear
Wedding woes
Reel to real