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Divide and rule in admit game
Calcutta University’s move to ensure equal treatment of students — irrespective of their boards — queuing up for college admission has flopped this summer....  | Read.. 
 
LPG autos to enter city roads
The state government is planning to make it mandatory for all autorickshaws in the Calcutta Metropolitan Area to run on lique...  | Read.. 
 
Baby bruise not from mother’s fall
A day after Manisha Bajoria was found dead on the pavement of Chittaranjan Avenue, police rubbished the family’s claim that h...  | Read.. 
 
Low-cost fleet set to fly
A low-cost international airline will soon make its way to the city....  | Read.. 
 
Crackdown on polluting vehicles
Come September, the city will see a five per cent dip in its vehicular population of 11.5 lakh, and a further reduction of fi...  | Read.. 
 
Upgrade of traffic system
Calcutta police have invited six companies to make presentations on upgrading the traffic monitoring system....  | Read.. 
 
Parents grapple with son over grandchild
Septuagenarians accuse their first-born of rejecting girl child, fight for custody of three-year-old

“We know our son…. She cannot be happy with him…. She is our child…. If she is snatched from us, we will die.” ...  | Read.. 
 
The Chennai-based roots music band Oikyotaan kicked up a storm at the finale of City Centre Jomjomat, the third anniversary bash of the Salt Lake mall ...  | Read
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Tech firm says it with flowers
Even as chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee dreams of a thousand flowers...  | Read.. 

Planets present a visual pattern
There’s a treat in the sky for stargazers. Jupiter, Mercury, Venus and Satu...  | Read.. 

Gang bust before break-in
Ten members of a 12-member gang that had burgled shops across the country w...  | Read.. 

Executive in airport fracas
A senior executive of a private airline has been booked on charges of “ille...  | Read.. 

Film focuses on challenges ahead
Grave ecological problems as a result of pollution and climate change is st...  | Read.. 

Meet to freeze cable tariff
Monthly cable subscriptions will be frozen at Rs 250 and even the most expe...  | Read.. 

NGO gets custody of baby
The 12-day-old boy abandoned by his parents in Belghoria on Monday was hand...  | Read.. 

Vendors foil carjack attempt
Newspaper vendors and cops came to the aid of a taxi driver when his vehicl...  | Read.. 

Voice-based service to find matches
If you want to impress your prospective mothers-in-law, sing a Rabindrasang...  | Read.. 

Proud tales from the paddocks
Not a Saturday siesta for them, but the intoxicating hammering of hooves by...  | Read.. 

 
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Ceasework in Salt Lake court
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One injured
Gold recovered
Murdered
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