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Friday , June 9 , 2017

Calcuttans feel the Darjeeling heat

The clinking of glasses at Glenary’s, the chatter at Keventers and the buzz around the mall had all but disappeared and what remained was a tourist haven shorn of revellers but teeming with...   | Read..

Schools question board's exam power

Prominent city schools have raised the question whether the ICSE council has the right to conduct centralised exams for the students of classes V and VIII.   | Read..

Hospitals rush to buy breathalyser

The car crash that killed Sonika Singh Chauhan has opened the eyes of private hospitals to the need for breathalysers.   | Read..

Girl in taxi robbed at signal

Two men snatched a smartphone from the hands of a young woman who was speaking on it in a taxi that had stopped at the Ballygunge Phari crossing around noon today.   | Read..

Lifestyle clues in male infertility

The number of detected cases of infertility among men in Calcutta is increasing every year and doctors link this to higher stress levels, anxiety and unhealthy lifestyle.   | Read..

Kin complaint against fake doc

The son of a woman who had died allegedly after being treated by Ajay Tiwari, arrested by the CID last week in connection with the "fake" doctor investigation,...   | Read..

CU cancels test twice in 4 days

Calcutta University today cancelled the Part II (general) political science exam after a wrong set of question papers were distributed in a college.   | Read..

Rain but no respite

Afternoon showers greeted parts of south and central Calcutta today but gave the northern parts of the city a miss for the second consecutive days as the column of cloud...   | Read..
Students demonstrate on CU’s College Street campus on Thursday after the university cancelled the Part II (general) political science exam....   | Read..
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