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CIMA Gallary

Students rise to the challenge

St. Xavierís created debating history on Friday evening, defeating two of Englandís oldest universities ó Oxford and Cambridge ó in a war of words that gave the visitors a taste of the argumentative Indian....   | Read..

Unexpected glitch mars Hobbit run

Middle-Earth buffs who wanted to catch the first day first show of one of the most awaited movies of the year were in for a b...   | Read..

Through a hotel room, into the lives of others

If you don’t have the time to read this piece, then let me concise it in one sentence: ‘Call 8582835362/8582835400 ...   | Read..

Man held for fraud

A Phoolbagan resident was arrested on Thursday night for fraudulently withdrawing money from a railway employeeís account. ...   | Read..

Workshop focus on sex trafficking

A group of around 25 people from various backgrounds came together at Jadavpur University for a daylong workshop and orientat...   | Read..

Touts threaten govt doctors

A government hospital has lodged a police complaint alleging that touts had threatened two of its junior doctors to send path...   | Read..

Fog screens out chill

Celsius may start dipping from Sunday

Calcutta on Friday woke up to a foggy screen that belied the time of the day and ushered in a hill station feel minus the chi...   | Read..
The recipients of Officerís Choice Anandalok Salaam Bengal awards at Vidya Mandir on Friday. The winners of the fourth edition were (from left) Arijit ...  | Read
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Bhaichung Bhutia and Rahul Banerjee You believe that things worth having come with effort and diligen ...Read.. 
Cable dials M over deadline
Cable television players in Calcutta are banking on chief minister Mamata Banerjee to bail them out ...   | Read..
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