The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Beat bandh, work on Sunday
Manish Kumar has had enough of man days in Calcutta being lost to bandhs and of Calcuttans being ridiculed for their lack of work culture. So, this Sunday will be a full working day for this 36-year-old entrepreneur to make up for the loss of Bandh M...  | Read.. 
Mayor eyes deal to free slum land
The mayor wants to reach an out-of-court settlement with the former owners of slum-land in the city to facilitate development...  | Read.. 
In pursuit of dengue drug
A research project by IBM is trying to develop antiviral drugs for dengue, which has become common in Calcutta....  | Read.. 
Advanced options in diabetes therapy
Molecular drugs, cell transplants and state-of-the-art equipment are the new hopes for diabetics in the city....  | Read.. 
Feel-good back at film fest
Nandan sprang to life on Day 4 of the 13th Calcutta Film Festival, despite a boycott call from a group of actors, directors, ...  | Read.. 
Bouquet of tribute to Tagore
A tribute to Tagore, with a difference....  | Read.. 
Cheaper land option for tech firms
160 acres three km away from Rajarhat will help scale down crore-an-acre price tag

The Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee government has finally worked out a way to offer land to information technology (IT) majors at b ...  | Read.. 
The condition of the Hooghly bank at Babughat is deplorable, and all the Calcutta Municipal Corporation and Calcutta police strictures on immersion ha ...  | Read
Hello, it's Wednesday, November 14, 2007
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  Neckdeep in drainage distress
  Vintage wheels
  Torture tales
Crosses on walls stoke landgrab fears
Red crosses on the outer walls of several houses at Behala’s Nabapalli have...  | Read.. 

Top cops go to the people
Senior officers of the rank of deputy commissioner and above will start vis...  | Read.. 

Peace rally minus party agenda
The walk for peace in Nandigram, from College Square to Esplanade on Wednes...  | Read.. 

Nandigram stalls campus
The tremors of Nandigram have reached the portals of education, with “major...  | Read.. 

Teen wrath over rebuke
A group of about 40 youths hurled stones, injuring five people in their hom...  | Read.. 

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