The Telegraph
Friday , May 22 , 2015

Blackout in hospital

A state-run medical college in the heart of the city was without power for more than four hours on the most uncomfortably hot and humid day of the season.   | Read..

Life of barber without a break

Scores of pedestrians walking down Lyons Range had their hands over their ears but Ranjan Thakur appeared Zen-like as he worked his way down a stubbled cheek with a razor,...   | Read..

Partha's about-turn on PG entrance test

The state government has revised its stand on the proposed Common Entrance Examination following a flurry of criticism, with the higher education minister clarifying that...   | Read..

Bidding norms eased for two tram depots

The state government has eased norms to allow bidding to continue on two Calcutta Tramways Corporation (CTC) plots the organisation has been trying to lease out for a year...   | Read..

Guard mobiles against hackers

In the near future, malicious hackers will target mobile phones rather than laptops and desktop computers. But because of lack of public awareness, cell phones remain the...   | Read..

Every step you take, CCTVs watch you

The Burrabazar area has got 48 new closed-circuit television cameras to keep a check on criminal activities, mostly extortion bids that often go unreported.   | Read..

Tea corner opens mind and window to a new world

It is a tiny brick structure, painted red and white, with a small patch of landscaped garden fronting it, selling a humble list of items: Dudh cha (tea with milk) - Rs 5,...   | Read..

SME success hinges on technology

Adoption of technology will be a key differentiator in determining the success of small and medium enterprises in future.   | Read..


The results of Madhyamik 2015 will be declared on Friday.   | Read..

Murder plan for a month

The CID probing the killing of a Trinamul councillor's brother in Howrah early this month has come to know that the murder plot was hatched at least a month before, an...   | Read..

Sultry spell to continue

Steamed, roasted, boiled - that's how Calcuttans felt on Thursday. The city experienced the most uncomfortable day of the season as the maximum temperature shot up by 2.5...   | Read..
State Bank of India chairperson Arundhati Bhattacharya with former Presidency University vice-chancellor and president of NGO Women...   | Read..
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