The Telegraph
Monday , August 21 , 2017

CU fully semester and flexible

Calcutta University is switching to a semester and choice-based credit system next year for its undergraduate science and humanities courses, a transitional challenge far greater than what the...   | Read..

Crime spurt splits police stations on fringes

Calcutta's growing highrise sprawl, population spurt and soaring crime graph have again forced a law-and-order stretch, splitting a police station each in the south and...   | Read..

Bypass flyover set to reopen

The repaired Chingrihata flyover that connects the Bypass to Sector V in Salt Lake is scheduled to reopen early next month.   | Read..

Gang assaults sergeant after hit-and-run

A group of youths allegedly assaulted a traffic sergeant after he intercepted a speeding car that had hit a motorcyclist moments before in Ekbalpore this afternoon.   | Read..

French lifeline for Ray cinema

The hall where Satyajit Ray's Pather Panchali had premiered is struggling to keep the show going. There has been no profit for the last seven-eight years, the proprietors say.   | Read..

Kabaddi fires up para boys

A 45-year-old shopkeeper and a Class VIII student shouted their lungs out together while cheering for the boys at the Para Kabaddi Tournament presented by the Bengal...   | Read..

Focus on digital disruption

If driverless cars threaten to take away jobs of drivers, why don't you learn to drive such cars?   | Read..

Abuse triggers intern ceasework

The 150-odd interns at the Calcutta National Medical College and Hospital have been staying away from work since late last night after a man accompanying a patient...   | Read..
Yoga performance at the golden jubilee celebration of Mahila Yoga Byayam Kendra in Rabindra Sadan on Sunday. "This yoga institution is the...   | Read..
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