The Telegraph
Sunday , August 25 , 2013
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Bus terminus to ease Writers’ shift

The government has decided to build a bus terminus near the HRBC Building in Howrah, where 11 Writers’ departments including the chief minister’s office will be shifted temporarily, to ensure better transport facilities to the new seat of power. ...   | Read..

Monday end for Metro survey

East-West Metro expects to wind up by Monday its survey on Duttabad residents who have to be relocated for the project and provided with temporary shelters by November. ...   | Read..

Morcha bail rider for GTA meet

The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha today said it was “willing to attend” the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration Sabha meeting on September 4 to elect the hill admi...   | Read..

Ease-traffic plan axed

A police plan to enforce one-way traffic on a road off Rashbehari Connector to ease the rush because of two schools had to be called off within hours of its implementatio...   | Read..

Cable connection to 80000 homes cut

Some 80,000 homes in Calcutta had their cable connections deactivated today after the telecom regulator’s time limit to submit filled-up subscriber application forms ex...   | Read..

BT Road blocked after death

A nine-year-old girl who had come to Calcutta from Uttar Pradesh to attend a wedding at her aunt’s place was crushed under a truck on a lane off BT Road near Paikpa...   | Read..

35 seats, 95 TMC runners

Ninety-five Trinamul candidates, including official nominees and rebels, have filed nominations for elections to the 35 seats of the Burdwan municipality, once again bri...   | Read..
Morcha bail rider for GTA meet



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