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Five fell by wayside
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee on Thursday finally convened a meeting to take stock of the blood on the streets and initiate steps to curb the accident count. The focus is largely on policing and prevention. But Bhattacharjee’s police department has done li...  | Read.. 
 
Student slapped by auto driver
Chitrita Dutta, an M.Sc student, was slapped by an autorickshaw driver after she protested the “unnecessary delay” en route t...  | Read.. 
 
500 fake cards in library
The National Library authorities have stumbled upon 500 forged membership cards, allegedly issued by a section of employees....  | Read.. 
 
Pause on total recall
Alok Debnath, 75, often talks about his childhood in Krishnagar and can recall what happened half-a-century ago — on a good d...  | Read.. 
 
Bus push-off rerun
Madan Mohan Pal, 60, was the latest victim of the high-handedness of rogue conductors in the city. Pal was abused and pushed ...  | Read.. 
 
University in 2008 debut
The proposed state-aided university in Barasat will start functioning from the 2008-09 academic session with 57 colleges in i...  | Read.. 
 
Barracks abuzz for chosen Idol
Text messages being fired day and night to ensure colleague’s victory

The cellphone is now the most vital weapon at Alipore Bodyguard Lines. With 72 hours to go for D-Day, the cops are firing tex ...  | Read.. 
 
Five fell by wayside
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Clinic death sets off case
A case of culpable homicide not amounting to murder has been started against a doctor and the author...  | Read.. 
 
 
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