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Cry to crack quality code
The mushrooming of ICSE schools with sub-standard infrastructure and poor management has prompted the Delhi-based Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations to tighten the screening process for affiliation....  | Read.. 
 
Lock-up leaks convicts
Tricking a guard into opening the lock-up gate, three accused in murder and attempt-to-murder cases es...  | Read.. 
 
Fume fight court's way as govt blinks
The Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee government's shadow boxing with polluting vehicles is following a familiar path ' declaration of ...  | Read.. 
 
Prison path paved for rogue drivers
Drivers breaking road rules will no longer be able to get away with a fine or a punched licence. The traffic department is tr...  | Read.. 
 
Dual disappearance foxes cops
It has been more than two days since 11-year-old Rahul Khan and management student Nilanjan Sarkar disappeared, but police ar...  | Read.. 
 
Broken wall greets Gardens entry fee
Holes in the wall greeted the authorities' attempt to restrict entry into Botanical Gardens, Shibpur, by introducing an entry...  | Read.. 
 
Medicine, the missing link
For more then a month, Bela Bose, the principal suspect in the murder of five-year-old Rick Nath, was off medicines for two m ...  | Read.. 
 
His opening gesture was as sweetly timed as his straight drives used to be. Sunil Gavaskar greeted the kids at the Thakurpukur Cancer Research Centre ...  | Read
Hello, it's Tuesday, December 06, 2005
Crime combat
Exhibition
In focus
Theatre
 
Timeout
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Cinema
 
 You share your birthday with...
Shekhar KapurYou are brave, optimistic and compassionate. Your keen intuition provides you ...Read.. 
Young Metro
Finest reach fest finals...  | Read.. 
 
IT realtor eyes more acres
Ascendas, Asia's leading provider of business space solutions, has sought m...  | Read.. 

The vulnerable beauty of nature
Many artists abroad have for some time now discarded the implements of sket...  | Read.. 

Parliament murals in distress
Artist Dhirendranath Brahma has returned to Calcutta an unhappy man. In Del...  | Read.. 

Broadband access evades subscribers
The DataOne broadband service is emerging as a headache for Calcutta Teleph...  | Read.. 

Fakes flood tech market
The next time your laptop dies on you without warning, blame it on the batt...  | Read.. 

Tackle those tots and teens
The Celsius may have started its wintry slide, but the GoodLife Talk...  | Read.. 
Bar-top babes & Bollywood beats
What: Aaja Gunaah Karle, a Bollywood theme night....  | Read.. 
Frenzy for fashion
A late, lazy start to this Sunday morning was not an option for the fashion...  | Read.. 
 
The City Diary More.. 
Shanties razed in tech hub
Cheating charge
Road deaths
Clash over bike
Extortion bid
Airport detention
Screen On & Off
'I am making up for lost time'
Bitter truth
A twist in six tales