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Schools plug gaps in student safety

Schools in Calcutta are ramping up security and seeking ways to evaluate and monitor employee behaviour in a bid to assuage growing concern among parents about the safety of their children within...   | Read..
 

Disease spreads, mayor in denial

Mayor Sovan Chatterjee seems to believe dengue is nearly non-existent in the city. Hospital records, however, tell a different story.   | Read..
 

Nigerian gets ticket out of terminal

Aniago Christopher Emerie, the Nigerian traveller in detention at Calcutta airport since Saturday, has received a Qatar Airways ticket from home to fly back to Lagos via...   | Read..
 

Navami date with two new iPhones

Prices are steeper but the wait is shorter for iPhone fans in Calcutta, who need to count the days only till Navami to lay their hands on one of two new models unveiled by...   | Read..
 

Cancer fear factor in fried food: oil reuse

A public health expert today fried the perception that hygiene is the main health compromise Calcuttans make every time they dig into a piece of tele bhaja or a piping-hot...   | Read..
 

HC rejects Tollygunge residents' plea

Kudghat residents have no locus standi, Calcutta High Court said today while rejecting their petition against the removal of a civic fence on a plot.   | Read..
 

Govt gives 2K luxury taxi permits

The government today sanctioned 2,000 luxury taxi permits under the Gatidhara scheme, the move implying the arrival of as many app cabs shortly.   | Read..
 

Tygr cab fleet grows

Taxi aggregator Tygr has taken its fleet to 3,500 in Calcutta, including metered taxis and cabs that have migrated from other aggregators.   | Read..
 

Count of kids on the streets

The state government is conducting a census of street children living in Calcutta, Howrah, Asansol, Malda, Siliguri and Kharagpur.   | Read..
 

Pramod-da plea for canteen

Pramod Swain, the man behind the counter at the Presidency canteen for four decades, has written to vice-chancellor Anuradha Lohia explaining why he failed to procure the...   | Read..
 

Amish all for Indian way

Imagine you are the mother of a precocious Indian teenager. You are trying to enforce some house rules when they say: "When we go to the disc, you call it '...   | Read..
 
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