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Tuesday , September 2 , 2014
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Ganesh thrives, not tradition

Ravindra Rekhade played proxy for his 86-year-old father on the first evening of the Ganesh Chaturthi rituals at Maharashtra Nivas on Hazra Road last Friday....   | Read..

Everyone’s fave teacher

He was never a good student, or so he insists. But Dipankar Sarkar has always been a great teacher because he understands the...   | Read..

A carpenter & class topper

Subrata Mondal works not less than five hours every day in his late carpenter-uncle’s shop and still manages to top his class...   | Read..

Mamata down Paris memory lane

The chief minister’s stay at Shangri La hotel in Singapore was not her first brush with a star address....   | Read..

Left’s Gaza rally cripples traffic

Traffic in several parts of Calcutta came to a standstill on Monday afternoon because of a Left Front rally to protest Israel...   | Read..

Airport to get new tower in four years

An 80m-tall tower with a 360-degree view would replace the 60-year-old air traffic control (ATC) building at Calcutta airport...   | Read..

ICSE boss admits mistake

The suspended secretary and chief executive of the Council for Indian School Certificate Examinations, Gerry Arathoon, has ap...   | Read..
Ganesh thrives, not tradition
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