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Auto-cracy: zip in, zoom out
Thirty days. Forty lives. That is the average death count in road accidents. But no one gives a damn. How indifferent the custodians of Calcutta are to the state of affairs is typified by the auto-cracy on our streets. Metro focuses on the big menace...  | Read.. 
 
Buses scare, kill & flee
Caught between a racing private bus and a minibus, a 26-year-old motorcyclist lost control and was crushed by a state bus on ...  | Read.. 
 
Cops caught in tease act
Two cops from the Ekbalpore police station were transferred last week for their alleged involvement in a harassment case in t...  | Read.. 
 
Summons over loan recovery
The Alipore court on Monday summonsed three officials of SBI Card and Payment Service Private Limited who allegedly violated ...  | Read.. 
 
British firm for sewer revamp
A British firm, which acts as a consultant of the Thames Water Authority, will guide the city civic body in implementing its ...  | Read.. 
 
Platform to press for Besu upgrade
The Bengal Engineering and Science University (Besu) will organise a seminar on September 7 to press for its upgrade to India...  | Read.. 
 
Smut deadlock shuts campus
Students accuse teachers of skipping classes to surf sleaze sites

A computer of contention in the teachers’ room has shut Bangabasi College of Commerce down. ...  | Read.. 
 
Prosenjit gives a bear hug to fan Emon Chatterjee, who has made it to the final three of Indian Idol. The boy from Khardah dropped in at the To ...  | Read
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BEYONCE KNOWLES You enjoy hobbies that engage your mind like cards, riddles, puzzles or reading. Devo ...Read.. 
Young Metro
Tomorrow’s healers...  | Read.. 
 
Budget flights to Southeast
Calcutta’s connectivity with Southeast Asia will receive a boost with Air-I...  | Read.. 

Eye on the skyline
Calcutta’s inherent vibrancy is “remarkably on display” in its outdoor life...  | Read.. 

250 years of first coin minted in city
Last Wednesday was the day when exactly 250 years ago, the East India Compa...  | Read.. 

Students pitch for more liveable city
The youth of Calcutta dream of making the city like Melbourne — recently ju...  | Read.. 

Teen held for girl molest
Pankaj Gupta, 18, was arrested on Monday for molesting an eight-year-old gi...  | Read.. 

Protestor thrown off bus
Sheikh Abul Ehshan, 28, was severely beaten up and thrown off a private bus...  | Read.. 

 
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Youth hit by auto, dies
Cops injured in mishaps
Suicide attempt
Burglars held
Civic fiasco
Scholar dead