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Doctor swims against tide

A Murshidabad doctor carried his personal endoscope and other surgical equipment from his Calcutta home to the district to operate on an elderly hard-pressed lady suffering from a nose infection so that she would not have to travel to the city and bear the expenses of treatment. ...   | Read..
 

River project stalled over sabotage cry

Villagers in East Midnapore have halted desilting work alleging contractors were not digging enough earth and were trying to “sabotage” the project, which had...   | Read..
 

Rs 105cr entry tax ‘boost’ for govt

Finance minister Amit Mitra today said the government had collected a “good” amount of money by imposing entry tax, adding it had signalled a boost in Bengal&...   | Read..
 

Kid class in cramped garage

An upper kindergarten class in a private school on the IIT Kharagpur campus is being held inside a cramped windowless room that used to be a garage so that more students...   | Read..
 

Report suggests MLA suicide

The commission probing the death of CPM MLA Mostafa bin Quasem has found “absolutely no evidence” of homicide and pointed at suicide. ...   | Read..
 

Fatal bid to save brother

A Trinamul Congress supporter was killed this morning when he tried to save his brother from being hit by a bomb during a clash between two factions of the party over dis...   | Read..
 
ENT surgeon Tariq Anwar
Doctor swims against tide