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Green victim of fairs
The cityís precious patch of green is paying a price for hosting a flood of fairs and footfall over two decades. Thanks to the annual mauling of the Maidan, the picturesque green carpet has been reduced to a grey zone dotted with craters....  | Read.. 
 
Revamp on airport radar
Wanted: radar revamp at Calcutta airport to bring surveillance facilities on a par with other major airports in the country....  | Read.. 
 
Kin hand in Behala killing
A family feud could have led to the murder of Behala jeweller Ramen Saha, alias Hartal. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rival burgles camera shop
A shop-owner was arrested on Thursday for allegedly stealing more than 25 cameras from a shop in the New Market area....  | Read.. 
 
Ornaments, cash looted
Burglars looted Rs 1 lakh in cash and jewellery from Swapan Dasís house on Bagpota Road, Sarsuna, in Thakurpukur, on Wednesda...  | Read.. 
 
Bomb scare at bank door
Traffic on Raja Subodh Mullick Road, in Jadavpur, the chief ministerís constituency, was disrupted for nearly three hours on ...  | Read.. 
 
Say bye-bye to schoolbag
New de-stress wing where satchels will be left behind

Look, no schoolbag! Two years after the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) started its campaign against heavy school ...  | Read.. 
 
LICENCE TO MAUL MAIDAN: A crater being dug next to an existing crater on the Maidan for Book Fair 2007. Picture by Amit Datta
Green victim of fairs
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