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Courses, colleges script brain drain
Shruti Mehta (name changed), an ISC examinee from a reputed missionary school in south Calcutta, will get her results on Saturday and set off for Mumbai the next day to chase her dream of studying at St Xavier’s Mumbai. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cellphone lost in airport X-ray zone
An executive lost his mobile phone at Calcutta airport’s security-check counter last week, months after a techie lost his lap...  | Read.. 
 
Woman accuses doctor of assault
A 60-year-old patient has accused a doctor of Sambhunath Pandit Hospital of hitting her....  | Read.. 
 
Small store by retail chain
Retail chain Spencer’s on Friday launched its first small store in Calcutta. It will open at least nine such stores, catering...  | Read.. 
 
Writers’ in car park spot
The next time Beni Santoso comes a-calling at Writers’ Buildings, he will find it difficult to park his Merc....  | Read.. 
 
Child says employers tortured her
A nine-year-old maid engaged by a Madhyamgram household has accused her employers of torturing her....  | Read.. 
 
Fury fare for food address
Neighbourhood resents peace loss, car chaos & garbage

The calm of a Ballygunge neighbourhood has given way to chaos and the residents blame it all on a newly-opened food address. ...  | Read.. 
 
Konkona Sen Sharma, looking strikingly like her post-makeover character in Life in a… Metro, was in Fame (Hiland Park), on Friday afternoon for ...  | Read
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RUSKIN BONDYou have a deep thirst for knowledge and an awesome capacity to accumulate inf ...Read.. 
Polls push back test
Elections are more important than examinations at Calcutta University (CU)....  | Read.. 
 
Court axe for rail judge
The high court has suspended the railway magistrate whose altercation with ...  | Read.. 

 
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