The Telegraph
Friday , April 4 , 2014
Salt Lake

Punctured by muscle power

The might of the muscle men in New Town is not restricted to the domain of construction materials and building contracts. It extends to every nook and corner where money can be extorted — even public transport. ...  | Read.. 
Why 47/1 buses went off road
For a good seven days, from March 25 to 31, buses on route number 47/1 went off the road. The buses that connect Salt Lake to ...  | Read.. 
April deadline for ration data drive
If you still haven’t got your ration card digitised, you have till the end of April to do so. The last date for ration ...  | Read.. 
A collector’s eye for odd shapes
If you think stamps are square or rectangular pieces of paper, perforated at the sides, take a walk to Purbachal Cluster X. S ...  | Read.. 
The ABCs of cataract treatment
Half the people do not know if cataract strikes the cornea or the retina,” says Dr Purnendu Bikash Sarkar. To raise awa ...  | Read.. 
Plea to divert Metro rail track
lApropos the article “In the way”, published on March 7, Rail Vikas Nigam should have consulted residents of Jal ...  | Read.. 
Pedal power
If you’re looking to engage in some fun activities now that the exams are over, you could join Dualathon, a running and ...  | Read.. 
Rhythm and hues
Singer Rahul Guha Roy performs at a two-day painting exhibition that was held at AMP Vaisaakkhi mall recently. Named Splash, ...  | Read.. 
Cook-off on Women’s Day
Women’s Day was celebrated at a Sector 1 hotel by pitting women against each other, ladle in hand. Of the women who tur ...  | Read.. 
Buses parked outside the the Sector V terminus, where they are no longer welcome. Pictures by Mayukh Sengupta