The Telegraph
Wednesday , April 12 , 2017

Flyover halted in its tracks

A public infrastructure project in Calcutta that was for once on track to meet its completion target has stumbled on railway bureaucracy in its last lap.   | Read..

Extra cover for watchdog

The new regulatory commission for private health care plans to field sub-committees comprising financial and legal experts on the front line to examine whether the cases...   | Read..

Reel story of a real shero

A real-life shero has starred in, narrated and co-written a documentary that has won laurels at the 64th National Film Awards.   | Read..

Calcutta under dry heat spell

A spell of dry heat swept Calcutta today as the mercury shot up to 37.3 degrees Celsius and the relative humidity nosedived to 16 per cent.   | Read..

Sixteen arrested for fraud

Sixteen alleged members of an inter-state gang have been arrested on the charge of duping people who had placed orders at an online shopping portal.   | Read..

Barasat bar owners fear closure

Bar and off-shop owners along NH12 and NH112 in Barasat are worried they might have to shut shop because excise officers have apparently said the "defiance against the...   | Read..

Crusader pleads for saving wetlands

Dhrubajyoti Ghosh, a UN Global 500 laureate and crusader for the East Calcutta Wetlands, made an impassioned plea for the protection of the water bodies and farmland...   | Read..

A wheeled odyssey to exotic locales

In his early teens he had to sit out of a football tournament in Bankura in 1990 because his parents could not pay a subscription of Rs 20. While in college in Calcutta, he...   | Read..
Flyover halted in its tracks
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