The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Dancing duo, starry stop
It's a city that comes to a stop at the first hint of a strike. It's also a city that just cannot stop partying or going to the movies....  | Read.. 
Plumed drums beat death knell
Not just the pulsating beats, the colourful plumes adorning the drums, too, draw Calcuttans to dhakis during their ann...  | Read.. 
Rainman signals wet days
The Met office on Friday said more rain was expected in the city and its adjoining areas during the next few days....  | Read.. 
Wanted: Godown to stock diplomas
For the first time in its 150-year history, Calcutta University (CU) is having to scout for a spacious godown to store diplom...  | Read.. 
Promoters kill activist
A CPM youth wing activist was killed by a group of real estate developers following a dispute over land on Friday....  | Read.. 
Road-block pandal bar eased for a year
30 pujas will still have to modify structures

Calcutta High Court on Friday modified its earlier order on traffic-stopper pandals, giving them a breather for Puja 2005. ...  | Read.. 
Dancing duo, starry stop
Hello, it's Saturday, October 01, 2005
School fest
Shop & soiree
Course & talk
On display
Stories on stage
Munshi Premchand holds the distinction of creating...  | Read.. 
 You share your birthday with...
Julie Andrews You are sensitive and artistic, with a complacency that can be exploited by others. You have trem ...Read.. 
Clarity of vision beyond sight
In his centenary year, an attempt will be made to present Benode Behari as a great artist and educa...  | Read.. 
Royal touch
Jewellery designs that once adorned the royal families of ancient India can...  | Read.. 
Kids’ day out
Kentucky Fried Chicken (KFC), the world’s largest chicken restaurant c...  | Read.. 
The City Diary More.. 
Murder victim’s kin arrested
Air-India cuts fare
Ray archive
Road inspection
Hotel closure
Calcutta Column More.. 
Soiled clothes flood roadside market
Shade here, blaze there
Subway shelter for addicts
Stage On & Off
Emperor of empathy