The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Shocker Sunday: Morning blast spills blood on city’s food-and-fun street
Monty Agarwal had just sat down for his Sunday breakfast when the table in front of him shook under the impact of an ear-splitting sound....  | Read.. 
Felled by fallout of explosion
The restaurant will remain closed today due to the death of Mr S.S. Kothari...  | Read.. 
Sudden impact of death at doorstep
Afzal Alam was about to leave on his sales rounds when he heard a loud explosion....  | Read.. 
Sad day at food street
9.20am: Any given Sunday morning on Park Street. An air of languor. The breakfast crowd fills up Flurys and T3. Magazine-sell...  | Read.. 
Wail in pain, fret for son
Lying on the floor of the emergency observation ward at SSKM Hospital, 35-year-old Ashoke Dhanuka kept fretting about his ye...  | Read.. 
Pool cars run amok minus rein
Two accidents and the death of a Class III student have not jolted the authorities into reining in the errant pool cars....  | Read.. 
Site was b’day bash venue
100 kids were headed for 10am party at McDonald’s

About 100 children and their parents would have been hit if the explosion at McDonald’s had occurred half an hour later. The ...  | Read.. 
Shocker Sunday: Morning blast spills blood on city’s food-and-fun street
Hello, it's Monday, August 13, 2007
Indoor cricket
What's on in town
 You share your birthday with...
SrideviYou believe in perfect love relationships. You are constantly aware of coworkers’ opin ...Read.. 
Amity notes that fly high
Thousands of kites inscribed with messages of peace from students of India and Pakistan will be on d...  | Read.. 
Hooghly revival, via Berlin
Habitat Forum Berlin, an NGO for housing and urban development, is keen to ...  | Read.. 

Film on global water woes
A casual observation overheard seven years ago at a meeting in Johannesburg...  | Read.. 

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