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Match, trough & moisture
Unseasonal rain, accompanied by gusts of wind, put paid to Calcuttans’ hopes of watching Sourav Ganguly hit his maiden 100 at Eden Gardens in the One Day International against Sri Lanka on Thursday....  | Read.. 
 
Schools slam the brakes
Underage driving has to stop — city schools are in chorus after a speeding car driven by a drunken Class XI student of South ...  | Read.. 
 
Widow held for fraud in PVD office
A public vehicles department (PVD) employee was arrested at her north Calcutta home on Tuesday for misappropriating funds to ...  | Read.. 
 
Cellphone nails teen
A day after a school student was booked for drunken driving and causing injury to three pedestrians, another instance of teen...  | Read.. 
 
Trader shift in turmoil
More than 90 per cent of the traders in College Street market — awaiting a Rs 100-crore reconstruction — have collected the k...  | Read.. 
 
Volcanic turnout, damp end
There’s nothing worse than a graveyard atmosphere, and the ambience at Lord’s can, on occasion, be just that. ...  | Read.. 
 
Beacon under glare
Court prod to check misuse of red lights atop cars

Beware before flashing the beacon — the message is loud and clear from the court. ...  | Read.. 
 
Dark rain clouds hover above the Maidan and Eden Gardens stadium on Thursday evening. Picture by Amit Datta
Hello, it's Friday, February 09, 2007
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 You share your birthday with...
Rahul RoyYou are emotional by nature. An ideal partner for you is someone who will give you ...Read.. 
Fair site far from ready
With the unseasonal rain playing spoilsport and workers still struggling to set up stalls on Thursda...  | Read.. 
 
 
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Shop burgled
Gutted
Houses looted
Behind bars