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Get set, go for Presidency
“Think of Presidency College. Thirty-two years have gone by, what have they done? It is the duty of all of us to rescue and revive Presidency.”...  | Read.. 
 
Milestone marred by fee protest
A section of Presidency University students hit the protest path and brought College Street to a halt on Wednesday around the...  | Read.. 
 
Wait less at night for red to turn green
Motorists hurrying home at night may no longer feel the urge to jump the signal to avoid a “long wait” despite thin traffic....  | Read.. 
 
Facility fault drives away doctors
The state-run healthcare, crippled by a dearth of doctors, has lost a senior physician because the government has failed to s...  | Read.. 
 
Space and funds crunch trips Ray’s dream campus
Roopkala Kendro, housed on a sprawling campus in Salt Lake’s Sector V, is a film and social communication institute that w...  | Read.. 
 
Sector V water meet
Representatives from the Sector V industry’s forum, Nabadiganta Industrial Township Authority and Webel will meet on Thursday...  | Read.. 
 
Delhi nod for Maidan fair
A fair is being organised on the Maidan for the first time since 2007, when the high court had ordered the shift of the book ...  | Read.. 
 
Students of Shinjan Nrityalaya perform Bandha Nritya (an acrobatic form of Odissi) at a programme organised at Sisir Mancha on June 14. Dancer Aloka K ...  | Read
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 You share your birthday with...
Michael Phelps, Mike Tyson & Ralf SchumacherYou are independent and rational, and rarely infl ...Read.. 
Young Metro
He came, he saw, he got emotional. It was Governor M.K. Narayanan’s first...  | Read.. 
 
Bake, freeze & just chill
It was an “educational workshop”, but its focus was close to every child’s ...  | Read.. 

Japan envoy hails ‘positive’ biz clime
The investment climate in Bengal is “positive” and Japanese business captai...  | Read.. 

Election eyesores still on roads
More than a month and a half after election results were declared, banners,...  | Read.. 

‘Rain index’ avenue on model dry run
A part of Calcutta once infamous for getting waterlogged after a soli...  | Read.. 

Heckled doctor seeks transfer
The superintendent of NRS Medical College and Hospital wants a transfer aft...  | Read.. 

Minister absence delays Metro token
The launch of Metro Railway’s new ticketing system seems to have been delay...  | Read.. 

 
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