The Telegraph
Tuesday , July 29 , 2014

Spread wings, shrink space

Three reputable Calcutta schools are expanding at the cost of open spaces on their campuses, a move prompted by the need to add seats and facilities....   | Read..

Two-day hiatus in pig hunt

The Calcutta Municipal Corporation on Monday suspended its pig hunt for two days because its conservancy workers would be eng...   | Read..

Partha barb stings Panda

Education minister Partha Chatterjee has said student leaders who are no longer students should stay out of campuses and, eve...   | Read..

Month of monsoon punches potholes along Bypass

The monsoon has been weak this year but several stretches of the Bypass are already full of its appurtenances...   | Read..

Minister, MP cross swords on college autonomy

A Trinamul MP thinks colleges need more autonomy. A Trinamul minister feels too much autonomy is bad....   | Read..

Rape charge after cheat cuffs

A man arrested last week for allegedly posing as Calcutta police hospital’s chief medical officer of health and duping a prom...   | Read..

Affair stink in hoax call

The man who had threatened to blow up a Metro station last Saturday had made the hoax call to “teach” a woman a lesson, polic...   | Read..
Chief minister Mamata Banerjee at an Iftar organised by Mohammedan Sporting Club at Khudiram Anushilan Kendra on Monday evening. The Iftar menu had Ha ...  | Read
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Homemaker killed in Kestopur flat
A girl returned from school to her Kestopur flat on Monday afternoon to find her 45-year-old mother ...   | Read..
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Bike-borne men snatch gold chain

Two motorcycle-borne men snatched a gold chain weighing six grams from a wo...   | Read..

HC orders licence for totos

The high court on Monday asked the state government to legalise battery-run...   | Read..