The Telegraph
Wednesday , December 30 , 2015

Beds plod in cancer gallop

Calcutta will get a new cancer hospital in 2016, a welcome addition to the inadequate infrastructure that forces thousands of patients every year to leave the state for treatment of the disease.   | Read..

Top cop pill to win people's faith

What can restore people's faith in Calcutta police?   | Read..

Facility fault in college evaluation

Lack of basic facilities is prompting many colleges to shy away from seeking a national accreditation, a lapse that can cost them crores of rupees in grant.   | Read..

Jawan in 7 days' jail custody

The army jawan arrested on Sunday in connection with the gang rape of a teenager from Calcutta on the Howrah-Amritsar Express was sent to seven days' jail custody on Tuesday.   | Read..

Year-end noise alert for cops

The state pollution control board has written to senior police officers asking them to ensure that noise norms are not violated during midnight celebrations to usher in New...   | Read..

Sounds that cut across borders

The lives of border folks, their music and culture; tales of past and present; the politics of the present - all that and more came alive through a couple of audio...   | Read..

Raised roads set to trip Salkia residents

The sight of civic workers getting to work would usually be a welcome sign in most places. But not Akshay Chatterjee Lane and Mahinath Porel Lane in Salkia, where Howrah...   | Read..

Third eye on Hooghly banks

The ghats of Howrah are now under surveillance with high-resolution closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras installed last month.   | Read..

Celsius hits twin hurdles

A moisture-laden North Wind and lack of snowfall in Kashmir are likely to keep the Celsius in check in the run-up to New Year, the Met office has said.   | Read..

Morning blaze at infertility clinic

A fire broke out at an infertility clinic near Girish Park early on Tuesday, trapping an employee inside the clinic and forcing residents staying on the upper floors to...   | Read..

Board nod for IIEST seat slash

The board of governors of the Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology on Tuesday approved a proposal to reduce 10 per cent of its seats because of...   | Read..
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