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An uprising against rogues
Passengers have risen in revolt against reckless drivers and rogue conductors. Police have responded by carrying out arrests and stepping up vigilance. The state administration has risen from its slumber and promised to act....  | Read.. 
 
Mumbai jails rash drivers
Mumbai has done what Calcutta must do, if killer wheels are to be curbed....  | Read.. 
 
CBSE drops marks mode
Grades will “fully” replace marks in the Class X exams of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) from 2009. The pres...  | Read.. 
 
Bananas for chain
Cops at Bowbazar police station are feeding bananas to a lifter to make him part with a gold chain “naturally”....  | Read.. 
 
Lease of life for rally suit
The case relating to the curb on weekday rallies on city roads is set to be reopened at Calcutta High Court....  | Read.. 
 
Girl falls off bus
A 15-year-old girl fell off a private bus when it started moving before she could step down from the footboard on Friday morn...  | Read.. 
 
Eye-catching heirlooms
Objects of beauty and utility at CIMA Gallery annual show

Antique textiles, some around 200 years old, are the focus of this year’s Art in Life exhibition at CIMA Gallery. The annual ...  | Read.. 
 

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Singer Suchitra Mitra inaugurates a music store on Friday at the newly-unveiled e-mall on Chittaranjan Avenue. Picture by Amit Datta

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Simply cook and co-exist
Calcutta High Court on Friday tried to unite a woman and her daughter-in-law, fighting over their ri...  | Read.. 
 
 
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Youth held for harassing girl
Snatcher arrested
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School protest
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