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Opposition resolve to disrupt life
Rajesh Gidwani was scheduled to fly to Mumbai on Monday morning for a crucial business meeting. Not wanting to take a chance, the city businessman flew out on Sunday evening....  | Read.. 
 
Actors locked up in protest swoop
Actors, artists and writers on Sunday took the Nandigram protests to Nandan, where the Calcutta Film Festival is being held....  | Read.. 
 
School session talks
The state government is likely to decide by next week the proposed change in the academic session in schools....  | Read.. 
 
Crackers mock state ban
Cracker bursts shook the city and its fringes on Kali puja-Diwali night, mocking the state government’s ban and the police cl...  | Read.. 
 
Bath a month for city trees
Roadside trees in the city are set to get a regular bath, at least once a month....  | Read.. 
 
Public-private pact in scheme for poor
A fund for the poor and the marginalised, under a public-private initiative, has been going strong for more than a year....  | Read.. 
 
Glitch shuts down airport radar
Surveillance gadget lay out of order for 17 hours from Saturday evening

An important surveillance equipment was out of order at the airport for 17 hours since Saturday evening. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rapid Action Force (RAF) personnel stand on guard outside Nandan, venue of the 13th Calcutta Film Festival, on Sunday. Picture by Aranya Sen ...  | Read
 
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Nadia ComaneciYou are usually at the head of the line, unbeatable and always ready. You are m ...Read.. 
Tax hurdle leads to civic funds crunch
Civic services in Salt Lake will be hit unless the property tax rules are amended soon....  | Read.. 
 
Fire destroys two factories
Two factories located on the ground and first floors of a building on Cossi...  | Read.. 

 
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