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Longest, costliest flyover
Calcutta's longest and costliest high road, slated to fly over the busiest stretch of the city, is now taking wing....  | Read.. 
 
Recce run by Hinduja IT team
Hinduja TMT Ltd, the information technology (IT) flagship of the multi-billion-dollar Hinduja Group, has decided to set up a ...  | Read.. 
 
Rumour ruckus in school
Rumours sparked a rampage in a south Calcutta school on Friday, leaving classrooms vandalised and students and staff members ...  | Read.. 
 
Telefilms in Tolly recovery
Is budget a constraint if the story is good' Will telefilms help Tollywood recover' Can a forum of artistes and other film in...  | Read.. 
 
London spectre at airport
The city airport was gripped by a bomb scare on Friday, a day after London shook from a second round of blasts, but the endin...  | Read.. 
 
Court issues clear-footpath fiat
'When I visit a temple a few yards from my residence, I have to negotiate phuchkawalas and paanwalas on the ...  | Read.. 
 
Court seal on pandal code
Puja organisers barred from blocking or digging roads, damaging trees or dividers

Calcutta High Court on Friday put its seal of approval on the guidelines framed by the Calcutta Municipal Corporation (CMC) a ...  | Read.. 
 
Actor Prosenjit helps yesteryear leading lady Sabitri Chattopadhyay across the dais as she proceeds to deliver a speech to mark the opening of the Thi ...  | Read
Hello, it's Saturday, July 23, 2005
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Timeout
Love's labour lost
Ancient wisdom, as handed down in the form of lege...  | Read.. 
 
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 You share your birthday with...
Daniel Radcliffe You have high ideals, you're unselfish and sacrificing. Perhaps you should ...Read.. 
Guest Column
Away in Islamabad, south Asia united for a cause ' to save its children from violence, says ...  | Read.. 
 
Breathing life into BBD Bag
In an effort to consolidate efforts of breathing new life into the historic...  | Read.. 

Squatter offer to buy land
The settlers along Rabindra Sarobar are ready to buy land if Eastern Railwa...  | Read.. 

Verdict tussle keeps father in limbo
It's been four years since Mihir Banerjee lost his 12-year-old daughter, Is...  | Read.. 

Fun, games and busting stress
It's not just about fun and games, but also about solving problems and deal...  | Read.. 

Nuptials shed their frills
Never-ending rows of food with flavours from Italy, Lebanon and China, flow...  | Read.. 

Green award in rerun
The government on Friday launched the fourth edition of the Environment Exc...  | Read.. 

Held for Kasba murders
Khokan Das, 32, was arrested on Friday in connection with the twin murders ...  | Read.. 

Solo storytelling
Calcutta's big groups are going places. While Rangakarmee returns triumpha...  | Read.. 

Screen walk on the wild side of humanity
In the kitchen, a woman is busy preparing a formula recipe for the little o...  | Read.. 

Dishing Italian delights
Culinary expert ' in the kitchen and with the pen ' Italian Chef Commendato...  | Read.. 
Record breaker
The record set by his 1977 classic Mull of Kintyre was broken by ...  | Read.. 
A Buddhist odyssey
Encasing emptiness, celebrating the simplicity of shapes and forms, merging...  | Read.. 
We will, we will rock you
This is no Fame Gurukul. But for aspiring rock bands in the city loo...  | Read.. 
Social Register: Starry styles & nature nuggets
With its first retail outlet scheduled to open at Sudder Street on July 31,...  | Read.. 
 
The City Diary More.. 
Special show of rail-rain film
Bribery arrest
Conviction
Knocked down
Flyover obstacle
LPG strike
Calcutta Column More.. 
Civic check on seasonal malady
Net woes
Unfair bargain
Refined rule flout
On a boulevard-grab spree
Stage On & Off
'Everyone is not going to sit silent...'
Across oceans with Crossings
Sartre's hell
Theatre treat