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Calcutta Weather
WeatherTemperature
Min : 22.60°C (+0)
Max : 33.10°C (+1)
Rainfall : 0.00 mm
Relative Humidity:
Max : 88.00% Min : 46.00%
Sunrise : 5:41 AM
Sunset : 5:2 PM
Today
Mainly clear sky. Max and minimum temperature will bw around 33ēC and 23ēC respectively.
 
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TO MOON: Right now, it looks a better place than our Earth
India took a big leap towards joining a small club of moon explorers today with the launch of its first lunar orbiter, bolstering its credentials as a space-faring nation on a shoestring budget. ...  | Read.. 
 
Raj home, not passengers
Raj Thackeray today walked out of police custody and went home on bail as thousands of passengers in the east bore the brunt of Sunday’s savagery. ...  | Read.. 
 
Japanese cash jolt to IIT
Japan has refused to invest funds in the new Indian Institute of Technology in Hyderabad. The investment was supposed to be part of an agreement discussed between the two ...  | Read.. 
 
Walls get shield from poll graffiti
The Election Commission has said no poll graffiti or posters will be allowed on walls, even with the house-owner’s permission. ...  | Read.. 
 
Paritosh Sen dead
Artist Paritosh Sen died at a hospital around 7pm today. He was 89 and is survived by his wife. ...  | Read..
 
KCP-MC owns up to Imphal blast
The Kangleipak Communist Party (Military Council) this evening claimed responsibility for last night’s bomb blast near Ragailong village gate on the outskirts of Imp ...  | Read.. 
 
Measles vaccine kills 4 kids
Four children, aged between nine months and one-and-a-half years, died just hours after being given measles vaccine at a health sub-centre in the Nimua area of Baksa dist ...  | Read.. 
 
Pay to rebuild churches: SC
The Supreme Court on Wednesday directed the Orissa government to grant “generous” compensation to reconstruct churches damaged during the Kandhamal violence and ens ...  | Read.. 
 
Bihar protests trap rail travellers
The protests against the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) in parts of Bihar affected railway services in Jharkhand today, as several trains, including the Ranchi-New Delhi ...  | Read.. 
 
TO MOON: Right now, it looks a better place than our Earth
 
 
We had some dramatic moments. It was an ordeal
G. Madhavan Nair
Isro chairman
Articulate man of many parts
K.G. Subramanyan, who is one of the most cerebral artists of our times and is equally at home in ...  | Read..
Fast, with fluent strokes
Paritosh Sen, who died on Wednesday evening, belonged to that dying breed of artists that Calcutta o ...  | Read..
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