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Wetnesday tests lifelines

A six-inch crack in one of the tracks stalled the Metro between Girish Park and Maidan for over an hour on Wednesday evening, leaving hundreds of commuters stranded on rain-drenched streets. ...   | Read..
 

Streets reveal what rain reading hides

Ananya Ray, standing in knee-deep water at Syed Amir Ali Avenue around 6pm on Wednesday, would have thought she was in a diff...   | Read..
 

Four die during downpour

Lightning and electrocution claimed four lives in Howrah and Calcutta during Wednesday’s downpour....   | Read..
 

Governor’s gifts to Raj Bhavan

The Raj Bhavan library will be richer by about 200 books when Bengal’s 24th governor bids adieu on July 4....   | Read..
 

Govt forces CU hand on hike

A circular from the state government forced Calcutta University to roll back its plan to increase the registration fee from R...   | Read..
 

City schools ready for green fest

St. Xavier’s Collegiate School, Calcutta, presents Ingenium 2014 in association with The Telegraph YOU...   | Read..
 

AMRI ready to admit patients

Two renovated indoor facilities set to reopen on July 5

AMRI Dhakuria is set to resume admitting patients to its two renovated indoor units on Saturday, less than 10 days after the ...   | Read..
 
Wet and weary, mom and daughter struggle to cross Park Street on Wednesday afternoon. Picture by Rashbehari Das
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Death leads to weapon bar for homeguards
Lalbazar has instructed all police stations not to issue arms to homeguards after one of them was sh...   | Read..
 
 
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