The Telegraph
Monday , November 30 , 2015

Runners jog, a cause sprints

Middle-aged Shelly De Tarafder, a T-shirt pinned to her sari, showed on Sunday morning that miles alone don't matter in a marathon. Smiles and spirit do too.   | Read..

Resettlement plan gets Metro moving

A five-year stalemate in the Noapara-Dakshineswar Metro project has ended with the state government selecting two plots and sanctioning funds to build shelters for 932...   | Read..

30 more nurses in crib death unit

Thirty more nurses have been deployed in the sick neonatal care unit (SNCU) of the Calcutta Medical College and Hospital more than a week after two newborns were charred to...   | Read..

City lobby charter for Paris talk

The Sunderbans figure prominently in the local green lobby's charter of demands that will be placed in the UN climate change conference in Paris beginning Monday.   | Read..

Last day, last show of Art Mela

Browsing and buying of quality art at affordable prices draws 2,000-plus in three days   | Read..

Big B's Sunday wave and vroom

A sleepy Red Road sprang to life early on Sunday morning, courtesy one man riding a scooter and another perched on the pillion behind him. After manoeuvring a Bajaj Classic   | Read..
Amitabh Bachchan rides a Bajaj Classic down Lover’s Lane near Victoria Memorial on Sunday morning during the shoot for Calcutta boy Ribhu...   | Read..
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