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Cancer war wins a base
The city made a tryst with medical history on Tuesday in a makeshift pavilion in the middle of nowhere. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fears allayed in flu cry
Read my lips: please eat chicken and eggs without fear. ...  | Read.. 
 
Number plates cleared
Vehicle-owners in the state will have to switch to high-security registration plates at the earliest. Legal complications ove...  | Read.. 
 
Minister firm on bill block
Without naming environment minister Manab Mukherjee, land and land reforms minister Abdur Rezzak Mollah on Tuesday clarified ...  | Read.. 
 
Salary sop to rein in killer wheels
Under pressure from the police and the transport department, owners of private buses and minibuses have agreed to pay salarie...  | Read.. 
 
Bypass link on Poila
After a delay of eight years, the state government is set to commission the third EM Bypass connector in south Calcutta ' the...  | Read.. 
 
After music, printed word
National book chain, set for Puja launch, to follow tune store model

From melody magic to book buzz. After its tryst with tunes, in the form of MusicWorld, changed the way Calcutta shops for its ...  | Read.. 
 
EMOTIONAL INVESTMENT: Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee shares a laugh with Tata Sons chairman Ratan Tata at the unveiling of the cancer hospital and research centre at Rajarhat. Picture by Pabitra Das
Cancer war wins a base
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Bonds of Bengali diaspora
Celebration of Bengal's heritage and its future is the motif of the North A...  | Read.. 

Lifestyle in giant leap
The city's ever-expanding skyline just got a fresh boost with the entry of ...  | Read.. 

Twin therapy for medicare
The state government wants to adopt a two-pronged approach to shore up the ...  | Read.. 

Irish aid for rural
Funds from the Irish government are proving to be the backbone of an initia...  | Read.. 

Youth and euphony
'We have about 800 students on our rolls, of whom the majority are young pe...  | Read.. 

Return to nature for a meal that nurtures
Industrialist Karan Paul has been into organic food for a while now. His ho...  | Read.. 
Lifestyle zone: Leather luxury lair
Spread over three sprawling floors and 5,000 sq ft space is a brand new exc...  | Read.. 
True tunes of Indipop
Your new album Tishnagi didnít take too long after Aksar...  | Read.. 
Cooking up careers
Be it banking or baking, thereís no substitute for textbook knowledge ...  | Read.. 
 
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