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Mayor points to Mumbai while Calcutta goes under water
The weather gods showed mercy in the morning, as the maximum rainfall was recorded by the Alipore Met office between 3.30am and 8.30am....  | Read.. 
 
Syllabus revamp at IIM
Ajit Balakrishnan took up a gamut of issues ó from a shift in syllabus to drawing up a master plan ó in the first meeting he ...  | Read.. 
 
Free relief for neuro ailment
Anuradha Goswami teaches economics in a college. A decade ago, she started experiencing an uneasiness in her body and her...  | Read.. 
 
Medicare for masses
Manini Agarwal, 42, and Indrani Chaudhuri, 15, (names changed on request) were gaining kilos by the week. Both tried the usua...  | Read.. 
 
Heritage panel throws off shackles
The West Bengal Heritage Commission will soon start functioning as an independent body, which means it will not have to w...  | Read.. 
 
Father-in-law in suicide net
Preeti Vermaís father-in-law, the only person in the family believed not to have been involved in the homemakerís suicide, wa...  | Read.. 
 
Flights grounded, trains stranded
Metro survives fire scare, schedule chaos

Flights were grounded, streets were flooded and the underground Metro survived a fire scare as the early morning rain disrupt ...  | Read.. 
 
Water, water everywhere...
On Tuesday morning, as Calcutta awoke to that sinking feeling yet again, Metro waded through some of the worst-hit spots of ...  | Read
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 You share your birthday with...
Aryan Vaid You are respected as a competent person who is never afraid when the going gets rou ...Read.. 
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Girl withdraws suit
Debapriya Sengupta, who did well in the joint entrance examination (JEE), b...  | Read.. 

Clinic in bank staff line of ire
An official of a private bank has been accused of assaulting two employees ...  | Read.. 

Musclemen given loan recovery job
Saibal Chatterjee (name changed) wanted to set up a business to make ends m...  | Read.. 

24x7 folks dry and spry
Incessant rain through the night may have brought life in the city to a sta...  | Read.. 

Dip in mall footfall
Itís not often that there are empty seats at Pizza Hut, at 22 Camac Street,...  | Read.. 

Wall falls to kill family
Seven-year-old Mohammad Rafiuddin was lying on his hospital bed after a maj...  | Read.. 

 
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Rocard release
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