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Since 1st March, 1999
Gun drama at clinic
Relatives carried away a patient from a private hospital in south Calcutta, holding the employees at gun-point and without paying the bill amounting to Rs 70,000....  | Read.. 
Tech campus on track
With technology becoming the thrust area in Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee’s Bengal, Calcutta University is setting up a dedicated t...  | Read.. 
SMS girl denied bail, to appeal
Denied bail and remanded in judicial custody till March 26, Mehak Ahuja cried out in court: “I am not a terrorist. Why are th...  | Read.. 
Ads defaced for tax dues
The civic authorities have cracked down on defaulter outdoor advertisement agencies by defacing their billboards....  | Read.. 
Police pass hawker buck
A day after the mayor came up with a plan to put the onus on police to clear encroachment on footpaths, the cops claimed that...  | Read.. 
Bus toll on lungs, coffers
Over 70 per cent government buses — out of a fleet of about 30,000 — are running on condemned engines, which not only belch h...  | Read.. 
Burger giant stirs up food street
Extended queues and foodie footfall flood equal traffic woes for police

On Sunday evening, the Mukherjees of Jodhpur Park queued up outside McDonald’s on Park Street. After a 45-minute wait, the fa ...  | Read.. 
Gun drama at clinic
Hello, it's Thursday, March 15, 2007
Book launch
Cricket & film show
Stagecraft & exhibition
Canvas & sculptures
What's on in town
 You share your birthday with...
Eva Longoria When in love, you tend to do either too much or not enough. You are inclined to ...Read.. 
Young Metro
Hungry tide terrain...  | Read.. 
Girls of the big top
At one time, most female circus artistes used to be from “Madras” — which i...  | Read.. 

Trader shot dead on train
Dacoits shot a businessman and robbed his companion of Rs 65,000 before jum...  | Read.. 

Crime calling for youth
They are young, hail from decent families and held steady jobs, but chose t...  | Read.. 

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Drunk held
Flat keys
Plea to CM