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Thursday , August 7 , 2014

Myopia of more built-up space

Bengal’s new urban policy unlocks restrictions on built-up space to the extent that town planners fear a civic catastrophe because of increased population pressure on infrastructure. ...   | Read..

‘Terrified’ Tata leaves the ladies starry-eyed

If there was ever a case of he had them at hello, it was on Wednesday evening at ITC Sonar, Calcutta, where over 500 members ...   | Read..

Job cheat in cop net

A man who allegedly duped 28 youths of more than Rs 17 lakh, promising them jobs in the health department, and planted his gi...   | Read..

Cousins held for rape

Two cousins, one of them a college student, were arrested on Wednesday for allegedly raping and threatening a college girl....   | Read..

Court rap on cop

A Barasat fast-track court on Tuesday ruled that an officer of Madhyamgram police station would be imprisoned for seven days ...   | Read..

Protest price whiff in Presi registrar move

Presidency University registrar Prabir Dasgupta, who was among the most vocal in protesting last year’s vandalism of the camp...   | Read..
A condemned but inhabited building with a portion of its roof missing near
Tallah Park in north Calcutta. Picture by Pradip Sanyal
Myopia of more built-up space
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Murder cry in JU boy death

Manish Ranjan’s family members lodged a police complaint on Wednesday alleg...   | Read..

Board drops test paper scheme

The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education is likely to stop publishing t...   | Read..

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