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Wednesday , March 26 , 2014
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Tempest rides tall, dark cloud

Dusk descended more than two hours ahead of time on Tuesday as a 15km tall cloud blotted out the sun, setting the stage for a thunderstorm accompanied by almost 60kmph winds that felled trees and brought down billboards. ...   | Read..

Facelift for Dalhousie Square’s First Lady

The most beautiful old lady of Dalhousie Square — the Standard Life Assurance Building at 32 and 32A BBD Bag — is at long las...   | Read..

Fight against fudged taxi meters on FB

The public vehicles department (PVD) has started accepting complaints about taxi-meter tampering on Facebook. ...   | Read..

Nodal online entry to end college test

The state government will ask colleges to scrap admission tests and interviews from the 2014-15 academic year to facilitate t...   | Read..

Brothers resist abductors

Brothers Abhishek and Sanjay Roy overpowered a gangster as he and a group of five-six armed men tried to kidnap the younger s...   | Read..

Petition against HC test order

An appeal challenging the legality of an interim order passed by Justice Biswanath Somadder of the high court on Monday allow...   | Read..

Extra transport plea for TET

The primary education board has appealed to the railways and the transport department to run additional trains and buses on M...   | Read..
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