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Saturday , May 20 , 2017

HC prods Mamata on Metro

Calcutta High Court has put the onus on chief minister Mamata Banerjee to ensure that the East-West Metro project continues uninterrupted despite new challenges cropping up.   | Read..

Panel stand on doctor complaint

The health regulatory commission will express its "opinion" on whether a doctor is guilty or not before forwarding the complaint to the state medical council,...   | Read..

Lakhs bound for exam halls

Around 25 lakh candidates are set to appear in the Bengal government's Group D recruitment exam to be held across the state tomorrow. The number of vacancies: 6,000.   | Read..

Schoolchildren turn wetland warriors

A group of schoolchildren is standing up for the East Calcutta Wetlands in the face of real estate plunder and policy blunders.   | Read..

Caring hands all the way from Germany

A German paediatrician landed up in Goshaldanga, Bolpur, with a bagful of medicines and a heart filled with the desire to work with the needy and disadvantaged in India....   | Read..

Kids bond with Bard and Dahl

A glimpse into A Midsummer Night's Dream or storytelling from The BFG - students are spending their vacation with Shakespeare and Roald Dahl this summer.   | Read..

SC grants bail to Ruia

The Supreme Court today granted bail to Jessop and Dunlop owner Pawan Ruia, who is accused of cheating and misappropriation of railway properties worth Rs 50 crore.   | Read..

DigiLockers for ICSE, ISC

ICSE and ISC candidates will have their certificates and mark sheets digitally saved on the Internet from this year.   | Read..

Forum slaps fine on hospital, docs

The National Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has asked Zenith Super Specialist Hospital in Belghoria and two of its doctors to pay 12 lakh in damages to the husband...   | Read..

Script review claim deadline

The state JEE board has uploaded the OMR sheets of candidates along with the computer-read responses for them to verify if they have been marked correctly.   | Read..

Many takers for Presi tests

The Presidency undergraduate admission tests this year saw more than 21,000 students - almost thrice that of last year - taking it.   | Read..
'I think as you age you definitely get more comfortable in your skin,' she said, and the audience nodded knowingly.'But that could also be because...   | Read..
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