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Schoolgirl nearly run over by bus, mother slaps traffic constable
When a bus nearly ran her and her child over this morning, Susmita Chanda did something she had never done. She picked up a stone from the road. ...  | Read.. 
 
Experts, tests to swat chikungunya rumour
The district health department has summoned experts to disprove claims of chikungunya having affected people here. ...  | Read.. 
 
Assault stalls work in court
It was high drama before noon today when a senior advocate, B.N. Roy, was assaulted by a man in his seventies before other advocates set upon him. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fair shield for fowls in rural pockets
Called the Indian turkey in standard poachers’ parlance, the country’s national bird has often been preyed upon for its fibrous meat and decorative plumage. ...  | Read.. 
 
System upgrade for power board
Assam power minister Pradyut Bordoloi today said the Assam State Electricity Board (ASEB) would soon introduce the state-of-the-art supervisory control and data acquisiti ...  | Read.. 
 
PM fires from Gandhi shoulder
Unfazed Singh ties deal to ‘nuclear renaissance’ slogan
Manmohan Singh has sprung the Mahatma on the Marxist. ...  | Read.. 
 
Susmita Chanda (face covered) leaves Sealdah court on Friday. Picture by Biswarup Dutta
Schoolgirl nearly run over by bus, mother slaps traffic constable
 
 
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Manmohan Singh
Guest toes host’s line
When in Bengal, do as its comrades do. ...  | Read..
Judge rights a ‘wrong’
How Susmita got her freedom ...  | Read..