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Pilot’s horror: hole on runway

Pilots need to be as watchful of craters on Calcutta airport’s twin runways as drivers are of potholes on city roads....   | Read..
 

Night taxi minus chart

The 15 per cent “night tax” on the taxi fare came into effect at 10.30pm on Wednesday following a notification issued by the ...   | Read..
 

Smooth ride home from mall

Planning to catch a movie or grab a bite at City Centre, Salt Lake, this weekend? You can stop worrying about getting a ta...   | Read..
 

Debate on healthcare ills

Corporatisation of healthcare, compromised medical ethics and more will be the topics of discussion at the Bengal Chamber ...   | Read..
 

Student’s body found

The decomposed body of a 20-year-old college student, who was missing since Monday night, was found near Chitpur pumping stat...   | Read..
 

Digitisation of Raj-era textile tomes on course

The Indian Botanic Survey is about to complete the process of digitising and conserving samples of Indian textiles and natura...   | Read..
 

It’s a tie in Eden blame game!

Humpty-Dumpty structure is nobody’s baby

The Nor’wester on Tuesday night didn’t just bring down the makeshift plywood-and-glass structure above J block of the Eden Ga...   | Read..
 
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Temple appeal in apex court

A lawyer has moved the Supreme Court against a Calcutta High Court order ba...   | Read..

Husband held, glare on cop role

A man was arrested in Kalighat on Wednesday night for attempting to murder ...   | Read..

Member count mirrors helpline hope for elderly

Sukla Taraphder’s first call of the day at 6.30am, for the last three years...   | Read..

 
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