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Beware killer craters on Bypass

A pothole on the Bypass killed a motorcyclist who was his family's sole breadwinner on a rainy night three weeks ago, the young man's anonymous death barely stirring an administration that didn't...   | Read..

Last words blame pothole

Biswajit Mondal's last words were that a pothole caused the motorcycle accident on the Bypass that left him fatally injured.   | Read..

Sergeant & the Samaritan

The sergeant from East Jadavpur Traffic Guard who took accident victim Biswajit Mondal to hospital on the night of July 6 recounts to Metro what he saw and did after two...   | Read..

2 hours to travel 5km on Bypass

Vehicles take more than two hours to cover the 5km stretch between the Satyajit Ray Film and Television Institute (SRFTI) and the Ruby rotary on the EM Bypass because of...   | Read..

Man lives to tell flyover jump tale

A man jumps off a flyover, falls on a moving bus and topples over.   | Read..

Cabs, by women for women

Even as the market for radio taxi players hots up, an organisation is quietly launching a car-hire service by women in the city.   | Read..

Focus on economy

Calcutta University vice-chancellor Sugata Marjit and St. Xavier's College principal Father Felix Raj (extreme left) at the release of Indian Economy   | Read..

Youth with guns in Metro

A youth who claimed to be a part-time college teacher was arrested at Geetanjali (Naktala) Metro station after a guard allegedly found three guns and four bullets in his...   | Read..

Two held for factory murder

Two promoters in the Dum Dum area have been arrested in connection with the alleged murder of Sajal Sarkar, who was found dead at his Nagerbazar factory late on Sunday.   | Read..

Partho lawyer

Partho De of 3 Robinson Street declined to meet his family solicitor Subir Majumdar when he tried to call on him at Calcutta Pavlov Hospital on Tuesday.   | Read..

River probe panel

The National Green Tribunal on Tuesday formed a panel to probe complaints that state agencies had encroached into the Hooghly off the Calcutta bank in the name of...   | Read..
Dark clouds hover over the Hooghly on Tuesday afternoon. The Met office has forecast moderate rainfall (between 7.6mm and 35.5mm) on Wednesday   | Read..
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