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Senior ire for dutiful cop
“Let him go right now… Do not argue with me. This is my order…” ...  | Read.. 
 
Ladies’ mall hits hurdle
Coming up: South City’s mall on Prince Anwar Shah Road, Mani Square on the Bypass, Diamond City North and Europa up north, Ax...  | Read.. 
 
Rash driver loses life
Rash driving and violation of road rules claimed the life of a youth and left two of his friends injured on Sunday morning....  | Read.. 
 
Bengali software upgrade
The state information technology (IT) department is developing a Bengali word processing software for “error-free and easy co...  | Read.. 
 
CalTel alternative for TV viewers
Come June, Calcutta’s TV viewers will get their third choice after CAS and Direct-to-Home (DTH)....  | Read.. 
 
HC scan on road fumes
Poison fumes in the city will come under the high court scanner when it takes up a petition demanding implementation of recom...  | Read.. 
 
Cup craze bubble bursts
Team India’s debacle hits footfall at party zones and night spots

FTV has replaced cricket on the giant screens at the discs. SMS queries on live scores has slumped. Café Coffee Day (CCD) out ...  | Read.. 
 
Team India fans on Nimtala Ghat Street give vent to their ire on Saturday night after the World Cup cricket debacle at Port of Spain. Picture by Bishw ...  | Read
Hello, it's Monday, March 26, 2007
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 You share your birthday with...
Diana RossYou greatly prize your dignity. You are passionate and daring in all that you do. Bless ...Read.. 
Nature recollected in tranquillity
Imagine the moments before touching down at Calcutta airport. Suddenly the stretches of uniform gree...  | Read.. 
 
False pledge for honesty
He set an example of honesty. He was rewarded with false promises....  | Read.. 

 
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