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Monster monsoon
The next 48 hours will decide whether Tuesday’s torrent was a crescendo or just a curtain-raiser. ...  | Read.. 
 
Kalam note helps solve note problem
Before President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam signs off from his post, he leaves a ray of hope for the visually-challenged persons. ...  | Read.. 
 
Anti-Ulfa group in war for peace
A Hindu priest blew a conch, a Muslim cleric recited verses from the Quran and freed doves took flight in a symbol-laden start today to an anti-Ulfa crusade built around the ...  | Read.. 
 
WHAT IF A CHILD WAS ON THE ROAD
If a 5-year-old boy — 3.5 feet tall — were standing at Bank Para in Behala at Tuesday dawn, this is what would have happened. Graphic shows an imaginary situation based on actual figures during the heaviest burst on Tuesday.
Monster Monsoon
 
 
It is natural that streets will get waterlogged
Bikash Ranjan Bhattacharya
Mayor of Calcutta
Two doctors under glare
An Indian doctor described as a “model citizen” has been detained and another questioned ...  | Read..
Bloodshed after Pak ‘Bluestar’
Pakistan today kicked off its equivalent of Operation Bluestar, taking on Taliban-style radicals op ...  | Read..