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Since 1st March, 1999
Fair’s first pullout
The Save Maidan campaign has drawn first blood — Seagull Books has decided to boycott Calcutta Book Fair 2007, protesting the environmental damage that it causes to the greens....  | Read.. 
Report card fears claim teenager
Study stress and parental pressure claimed yet another young life on Friday, with 17-year-old Dipika De hanging herself in th...  | Read.. 
Sex, deceit & greed
Ramen Saha paid with his life for an extramarital affair, said police, who claimed to have cracked the case on Friday....  | Read.. 
Bus turns turtle on Bypass, two killed
Two persons were killed and six seriously injured on Friday morning when a small chartered bus, carrying office-bound passeng...  | Read.. 
Gates spoil smart trip
Metro Railway introduced smart cards to make regular travel more convenient, but for some passengers, it has become a source ...  | Read.. 
Murder cry in Behala
Mystery shrouds the death of 28-year-old Rabi Saha, a building material supplier and autorickshaw owne...  | Read.. 
Cooped up, nowhere to go
Alipore zoo conditions appal champion of chimpanzees

The champion of the chimpanzees did not like what she saw at Alipore zoo on Friday morning. ...  | Read.. 
A pick-axe rises in the air to maul the Maidan. (Right): A giant crater dug into the greens. Pictures by Pradip Sanyal
Hello, it's Saturday, January 20, 2007
Cricket match
Party time
What's on in town
 It's Your Birthday So...
You like to be at the centre of the action, yet you need your intellectual and emotional space. You ...Read.. 
HC deadline for market shift
The high court has set January 31 as the deadline for the College Street market traders to relocate ...  | Read.. 
A digital lifestyle
Buoyed by the “unprecedented” response from Calcutta consumers, d...  | Read.. 
Four diamonds forever
Now Diamond Trading Corporation (DTC), part of the De Beers group, is addin...  | Read.. 
Metro Briefs More.. 
Mishap death
Suicide bid
Trader dead
Taxi strike
Road block
Stage On & Off
One-act woman