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Monday , December 12 , 2016
 
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Small businesses bite e-wallet

Financially conservative Calcutta is learning to live with the idea of a digital wallet as the new normal amid the continuing scramble for cash.   | Read..
 

Tax-wary doctors hike fees

Cash is good for health but not cards, apparently.   | Read..
 

14-day CID remand for Ruia

Jessop owner Pawan Kumar Ruia was remanded in CID custody for 14 days by a court in Barrackpore today after the investigative agency slapped additional charges on him,...   | Read..
 

CU prof dies in car crash off New Town

A Calcutta University professor was fatally injured when the Swift Dzire he was driving swerved and rammed into a concrete pillar of the Airport-Garia Metro link near Nicco...   | Read..
 

'Slumped on wheel, bleeding'

Amit Chaudhuri , a bureaucrat who took professor Dibyendu Pal to a nursing home in Salt Lake's GD block in his car and then arranged for him to be shifted to SSKM Hospital,...   | Read..
 

Truck turns turtle in Salt Lake

A truck loaded with electric panels hit a Uber cab, swerved left and rammed into a pillar of the footbridge in front of Nicco Park before toppling over this afternoon.   | Read..
 

Bid to tame school bullies

Bullying in school is as serious an offence as ragging in colleges and universities and the ICSE council wants this mentioned in the prospectus of every affiliated institute.   | Read..
 

Plan to unclog Sealdah before E-W Metro rolls out

The transport department and police have come up with a plan to decongest the Sealdah station area in an attempt to pre-empt chaos once the East-West Metro becomes...   | Read..
 

Govern, don't gamble

Team Debating London (above left to right) — Alexandra Spencer, Kokila Civagnanam, Ian Duveen, Cameo Choquer and Antonis Koutsoumbos — took on Team Calcutta...   | Read..
 

Celsius holds promise of winter onset

The minimum temperature in Calcutta went up marginally today with Cyclone Vardah moving further away from the city after dragging down the Celsius to the season's low 24...   | Read..
 

Many benefits of running

Putting on running shoes and hitting the road is helping thousands of Calcuttans get in shape, stay fit and even improve their mental health.   | Read..
 
R.K. Bhatt, brigadier artillery, GOC Eastern Command, and Thomas D'Souza, the archbishop of Calcutta, hand over a cheque for Rs 1 lakh to the...   | Read..
 
 
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