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Thursday , August 10 , 2017

Passport please? Doha sends lady back

A university professor on her way to the US had mistakenly left her passport at a duty-free shop in the Calcutta airport and was sent back from Doha where she had a layover.   | Read..

Harass cry in law school

Women students of the National University of Juridical Sciences (NUJS) have alleged that they are being harassed by some male employees who have "unrestricted...   | Read..

Life as usual in collapse zone

Shops have reopened, vehicles and pedestrians are back vying for space and motorcycles line up near repair shops in front of 10 Indian Mirror Street which partially caved...   | Read..

Dangerous yes, but who cares

An Esplanade landmark owned by the Centre and housing a post office and offices of several other government organisations has been in a state of utter neglect and posing a...   | Read..

Fine hike for speeding bikes

The government will increase the fine for bikers violating the speed limit from Rs 100 to Rs 5,000, transport minister Suvendu Adhikari told the Assembly today.   | Read..

Fatal escape bid after lewd act in girls' school

A mason entered a girls school in central Calcutta yesterday, made indecent gestures at some students, and fell to his death from a mango tree while trying to flee.   | Read..

Power snag delays rush-hour Metro

When a south Calcutta resident stepped into Kalighat Metro station a little after 11.30am on Monday, the electronic display board showed that a Dum Dum-bound train was due...   | Read..

Headmistress barred from entering school

The District Primary School Council, Calcutta, has barred Dipika Ghosh, the headmistress arrested yesterday in connection with thrashing two students, from entering...   | Read..

Assault on actor & wife at Aadhaar centre

An actor and his wife were allegedly beaten up at a privately operated Aadhaar enrolment centre in Teghoria off VIP Road when they went there to get the woman's Aadhaar...   | Read..

Green panel calls for curbs on festive noise

The eastern zonal bench of the National Green Tribunal today asked the state environment department and the pollution control board to "monitor and control" use...   | Read..

'Education the way out of poverty'

Poverty, health, sanitation and the need for education are the focus areas of Round Table India, a social organisation, according to its national president, Christopher...   | Read..

9-run wound will hurt...

Jhulan Goswami fondly remembers the matches with boys in Mumbai's MIG cricket ground as part of the Indian Airlines (now Air India) Under-19 team.   | Read..

Snatcher strikes in Botanic Garden

A man snatched a bag containing money and a mobile phone from a woman inside the Botanic Garden in Shibpur this morning, police said.   | Read..
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