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Since 1st March, 1999
Fewer bag first-class marks
A sharp drop in first-class marks in Calcutta University’s undergraduate Part II examinations (under the 2+1 system) has brought under the scanner the academic standards of the colleges....  | Read.. 
At Delhi door, with waterlogging bowl
The state government will ask the Centre for Rs 1,500 crore to prevent waterlogging in Calcutta and Rs 110 crore to tackle th...  | Read.. 
Crackdown puts cars on detour
The public vehicles department (PVD) on Monday morning impounded 22 pool cars that ferry school students, in a knee-jerk reac...  | Read.. 
Golf goes to school
For parents eager to see their child become a Tiger Woods or a Michelle Wee, there’s now a tee-off option at school....  | Read.. 
Women’s cricket hope
Women cricketers from the state are taking more interest in the upcoming Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) election than ev...  | Read.. 
Job skills for college folk
Non-employability of thousands of engineering graduates from Bengal colleges and the subsequent shortage of skilled manpower,...  | Read.. 
Five-star rooms to spur the races
Turf club unlocking prime plot in city centre, putting final touches to survival-cum-revival plan of action

A prime plot in the heart of downtown Calcutta is being unlocked, paving the way for a heritage clubbing address with exclusi ...  | Read.. 
Mayor Bikash Ranjan Bhattacharyya inspects the pond on Prince Bakhtiar Shah Road that was being filled up by promoters and local musclemen. A Telegrap ...  | Read
Hello, it's Tuesday, July 24, 2007
Roads to avoid
What's on in town
 You share your birthday with...
Jennifer Lopez You have a charming personality. You prefer being surrounded by artists and tal ...Read.. 
Young Metro
Magic for muggles...  | Read.. 
A life beyond the glitter and glamour
She removed her slippers and closed her eyes. The high levels of concentrat...  | Read.. 

Civic takeover to save pond
The Calcutta Municipal Corporation (CMC) on Monday took over the management...  | Read.. 

Meeting on cable problems
The nodal officer of the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) met r...  | Read.. 

Party scurry to pacify institute head
The government and the CPM stepped in on Monday to try and persuade the Sch...  | Read.. 

Figure hunt in test scam
The medical entrance racket was active last year, too....  | Read.. 

Takeover for MIG homes
After its foray into IT through a couple of tech parks in Sector V and prop...  | Read.. 

Schools, not road rules
Problem: Too many deadly drivers....  | Read.. 

Travel agency under scanner
Investigating officials have zeroed in on a travel agency — somewhere in th...  | Read.. 

The City Diary More.. 
Ferry to ply again from Sunday
Books seized, man held
Rash driving
Metro service
Killer taxi
CD haul, arrest