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Calcutta Weather
WeatherTemperature
Min : 27.70°C (+2)
Max : 35.00°C (+2)
Rainfall : 0.01 mm
Relative Humidity:
Max : 91.00% Min : 67.00%
Sunrise : 5:0 AM
Sunset : 6:22 PM
Today
One or two spells of light rain. Maximum and minimum temperature will be around 34 & 28°C.
 
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Quartet works on bailout terms
The terms of a potential partnership between the UPA and the Samajwadi Party are being worked out by a quartet of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, national security adviser M.K. Narayanan, Amar Singh and a key political aide to Sonia Gandhi. ...  | Read.. 
 
Kalam stone to kill 2 birds
The Samajwadi Party cut a predictable route from lofty rhetoric to hard realpolitik today, beginning with a passionate resolve to stick to anti-deal constituents of the U ...  | Read.. 
 
High price for half closure
Heeralal Soni supported the Sangh parivar’s stand on the Amarnath land controversy, so he eagerly closed his jewellery shop when they called a nation-wide bandh toda ...  | Read.. 
 
Salt Lake studio on Ambani screen
Anil Ambani may have lost the Calcutta IPL team to Shah Rukh Khan, but the industrialist now has a chance to beat the superstar in owning another source of entertainment in t ...  | Read.. 
 
AGP not to support N-deal
The Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) today hinted that it may not cross the fence with the Samajwadi Party on the nuclear deal. ...  | Read.. 
 
Steel wheels begin to turn, at last
The state government has allocated Ankua iron ore reserves to JSW Steel Ltd, which proposes to set up a 10 million tonnes per annum (MTPA) capacity steel plant in Jharkha ...  | Read.. 
 
The table on which the Simla Agreement was signed between India and Pakistan is decorated on the 36th anniversary of the event. (PTI)
Quartet works on bailout terms
 
 
We are all united. We are one 
Mulayam Singh Yadav
on the UNPA
Sobhraj’s Bengal buzz
The “Serpent” has found his Eve and has fallen — in love. ...  | Read..
Einstein passes dead star test
A pair of closely spaced dead stars have helped scientists to once again confirm the general t ...  | Read..
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