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Wet woes on misery Monday
Calcutta woke up to waterlogged streets and traffic snarls yet again on Monday. Heavy overnight rain and a downpour in the morning submerged several streets. From 11.30am on Sunday to 11.30am on Monday, 183mm rainfall was recorded — hardly any justi...  | Read.. 
 
Anguish, anger for Aftab
The one-room Ansari home in Queens Mansion is torn between anguish and anger....  | Read.. 
 
Outlet shifts blast injured to clinic
The three employees of McDonald’s who were injured in Sunday’s explosion have been shifted from SSKM Hospital to Woodlands nu...  | Read.. 
 
Bantala unit upkeep outsourced
The state government has decided to outsource the upkeep of the effluent-treatment plants at Calcutta Leather Complex (CLC), ...  | Read.. 
 
Judge for method in script scan
The higher secondary council should be more transparent in evaluation of answer scripts, said Justice Biswanath Somadder of t...  | Read.. 
 
Crime spurt in green zone
Crime is soaring in the city’s lungs. In the past two weeks, police have received six complaints of snatching on the Maidan f...  | Read.. 
 
Book fair foul air stifled Maidan
Central report nails organisers for significant rise in pollution levels

A recent report by a central institute has corroborated earlier findings that the air around the Maidan, while it was being m ...  | Read.. 
 
While most of Calcutta was marooned on Monday, mayor Bikash Ranjan Bhattacharyya (centre) was busy with actor Chiranjit (extreme right) distributing p ...  | Read
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 You share your birthday with...
Halle Berry You honour your work and give the best of your services. You are home-loving and d ...Read.. 
Mother abandons newborn
A woman fled from a hospital in Kamarhati, on the northern fringes, on Sunday morning, a day after g...  | Read.. 
 
Coercion for I-Day
A committee formed by Trinamul Congress workers in Belgachhia, Howrah, is d...  | Read.. 

Ire over tower atop school
A cellphone tower set up two months ago on the roof of Bally’s Durgapur Pal...  | Read.. 

Library in comeback mode
The Max Mueller Bhavan (MMB) library will soon be back, in a touch-feel ava...  | Read.. 

Theatre group turns 50
If you are a theatre buff and have a knack for delivering dialogues, here’s...  | Read.. 

 
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