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Journey's end in coffin's wait
The glimmer of hope since Tuesday evening faded on Wednesday afternoon. A flash on television in an electronics shop off Dum Dum Park market brought in the news ' Ashis Ghosh Roy was dead, taking the toll in the Srinagar blast to seven....  | Read.. 
 
Bleak past, void ahead
At 86, Satyen Bose's weary eyes have seen too many deaths ' his son, his wife, and now his daughter, Purabi....  | Read.. 
 
Diwali snuffed out
Once every year, 37-year-old Somnath Das, whose job had taken him to Mumbai 11 years ago, would visit Calcutta to spend a few...  | Read.. 
 
To Mumbai with faith in God
Passengers on the Howrah- Mumbai 2859 Up Geetanjali Express left Howrah station on Wednesday afternoon with a prayer on their...  | Read.. 
 
Chit Chat
New-age accountancy...  | Read.. 
 
Buoyant spirit spurs change
Light rail transit system and fast-track freight corridor, a second airport and a deep-sea port, more bridges and flyovers, m...  | Read.. 
 
Sleuths tighten the Net
First chargesheet in cyber crime case with Interpol aid

The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) will file its first chargesheet in a cyber crime case on Monday. The case, involv ...  | Read.. 
 
An ambulance van arrives to take back the wounded in the Srinagar blast, who were flown in by the Air Force flight to Calcutta airport on Wednesday. Picture by Amit Datta
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Young Metro
Tech-savvy teens...  | Read.. 
 
Help to learn life's lessons
In the wake of the Mumbai blasts on July 7, disaster management is a hot to...  | Read.. 

Lull after the storm
Several areas across the city remained under water on Wednesday, following ...  | Read.. 

Patient ear for the elderly
Cops are now playing a role they had never bargained for ' talking the aged...  | Read.. 

Landfill tag on mega site
When chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee admitted in the Assembly recent...  | Read.. 

Reservations over reservation
From the hypocrisy of politicians, who 'encourage' caste-based divisions, t...  | Read.. 

TV tie-up debut in August
The direct-to-home (DTH) television market is about to get more competitive...  | Read.. 

24x7 help desk for fliers at airport
The new-look Calcutta airport will also have some new services soon, to bri...  | Read.. 

Dengue spurt alert
The number of dengue cases in Calcutta and adjoining districts is likely to...  | Read.. 

Dining diktat for healthy living
For the wellbeing of all family members, it is important to create a niche ...  | Read.. 

Trinket treat with ethnic edge
A list of indigenous West Bengal jewellery is not likely to include much mo...  | Read.. 
Chocolates and Chillies
Me and my wife have just spent the past week in England. I decided to fly w...  | Read.. 
Style check for him
A touch of pink...  | Read.. 
Hilsa high, paratha pick
What: Elish Parbon. Where: Tero Parbon at 49C Purna Das Road....  | Read.. 
 
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