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Route cut, East-West rolls on
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee's derailed dream project, East-West Metro, is back on track, with the railway ministry agreeing to implement the Rs 4,000-crore project....  | Read.. 
 
Shayan not returned passport
Five days after being released on bail, model-actor Shayan Munshi was back in Barrackpore court on Thursday....  | Read.. 
 
City will wait a week for The Code
The light has turned green, but the logistics remain red. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fast to fight quota
Medical students and junior doctors of the five medical college and hospitals of Calcutta have decided to step up their agita...  | Read.. 
 
Scoring neck and neck
When it comes to performance, Calcutta's middle-order schools do not lag behind the top ones. ...  | Read.. 
 
B.Com for women at Xavier's
There is a breach in the final male bastion on campus, but it hasn't crumbled yet....  | Read.. 
 
Triple cry of torture rings in court
Senior citizens allege cop inaction against torment by sons for property

Three victims: two above 70 and one 90-plus. Common complaint: police turning a deaf ear to appeals for protection against to ...  | Read.. 
 
Shayan Munshi being produced at Barrackpore court. A Telegraph picture
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 It's Your Birthday So...
You have a special talent to grasp things clearly and objectively. You are always in search of so ...Read.. 
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Star search, coin clink
What: Inauguration of Celebriance, a celebrity hunt in eastern India...  | Read.. 
 
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