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Girls fled from pressure
They wanted to break free, to run away. 'For the three Class X girls, the restrictions imposed on them by their parents and the pressure to perform well in exams were becoming too overpowering,' said an officer of Beniapukur police station....  | Read.. 
 
No salve for burnt boy
'Sergeant Charles calling section O-2' Contact North Control immediately' Saheb is still lying unattended... Inform RG K...  | Read.. 
 
New Town plots, flats under quota
The government has come up with a quota for allotment of plots and flats in New Town. ...  | Read.. 
 
Northern chill dips mercury
The Met office on Tuesday said chilly days were ahead, following a cold wave in the country's northern regions....  | Read.. 
 
The ambassadors of Indian music
Pandit Ravi Shankar and Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, Pandit Bhimsen Joshi and Ustad Allah Rakha... It was a magical maestro mix that...  | Read.. 
 
Police rule out gang role
Three days after interrogating Hardik Vipani, police officers on Tuesday felt that the plot hatched by this young man and all...  | Read.. 
 
Speeches cut short, guests turned away
Dispute and discord mar campus anniversary bash

Mismanagement, dissatisfaction and protest marked Tuesday's concluding ceremony of the weeklong celebrations of Calcutta Univ ...  | Read.. 
 
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee in conversation with Spanish writer Maria Fernanda Santiago Bolanos at the inauguration of Calcutta Book Fair o ...  | Read
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Jazz biggies play to step up AIDS fight
Close on the heels of the eclectic spread at the Congo Square Jazzfest 2006...  | Read.. 

Design novelty for public toilets
The new pay-and-use toilets in the city will sport a design radically diff...  | Read.. 

Mission to Mars goes 3D
Bees fly by so close that you fear they will sting you. Rocks explode and y...  | Read.. 

Fare slash to snare tourists
To counter the post-winter holiday slump in tourists, the Singapore Tourism...  | Read.. 

Course for toy engineers
Virtual toys, or computer games, will soon have a new breed of makers. ...  | Read.. 

Building soon to be back in currency
Two of the grandest apartment blocks of the city ' Metropolitan Building an...  | Read.. 

Violence after taxi kills boy
Chandan Rajak, 8, thought he would make it to the other side of Old Court H...  | Read.. 

Notes from Down Under
His grandparents were born in Calcutta, his father in Fiji and he is an Aus...  | Read.. 
Flavours from far and near
What: Southern Spices, a south Indian food festival....  | Read.. 
Feet fashion to glitter galore
It has set feet fashion trends in the city for the past 12 years and now fo...  | Read.. 
Kings of the console
They have revolutionised the sounds of Calcutta’s party scene over the past few years ...  | Read.. 
Feng Shui: Year of the Dog set to roll
On January 29, the world will witness the colourful celebrations that mark ...  | Read.. 
 
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