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Clean chit, sigh of relief
When Justice B. Banerjee delivered the verdict around 2.45 pm on Thursday, Lakshmi Narayan Chakraborty could not hold back his tears. After eight years of being branded a murderer, the court had pronounced him innocent in the Oxytown case....  | Read.. 
 
Damages for death in police custody
Padma Rani Thakur lost her son Kamal to police brutality 26 years ago. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sip and bite in shop stop
4A tea room and Swiss confectionery of 1926 vintage, where Raj Kapoor was a regular and Satyajit Ray had a credit account…...  | Read.. 
 
Hurdles to hygiene
Come mid-April, the civic body will launch its Serve Safe Food campaign to ensure quality and hygiene in over 200,000 eaterie...  | Read.. 
 
End in sight to water woe
Residents of Madan Mohan Burman Street and its adjoining areas can finally look forward to spending monsoon without being wat...  | Read.. 
 
Eye on riverside regeneration
Super-luxury residential quarters in Mayfair and Belgravia in London, high-end commercial projects in West End, the iconic...  | Read.. 
 
Teacher harassed for loan
He had to run from pillar to post for his own money. But no one heard his appeal, leaving him with no option but to move the ...  | Read.. 
 
Clean chit, sigh of relief
Hello, it's Friday, March 30, 2007
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 You share your birthday with...
Akshaye KhannaYou have several talents and can effortlessly play many roles at the same ...Read.. 
Files feared lost in fire
A fire broke out in the municipal development project office — on the third floor of the CMDA headqu...  | Read.. 
 
 
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