The Telegraph
Thursday , October 12 , 2017

Chaos kicked out of Cup

The turnout at Salt Lake stadium on the second match day of the U-17 World Cup's Calcutta leg matched that on Sunday, but gone was the chaos that had marked the city's Fifa debut.   | Read..

Dengue second spring in deluge

Dengue continues to sting Calcutta and the heavy rainfall last Monday could make the outbreak worse if the civic authorities don't take "enough preventive...   | Read..

Kundalia held for trespass

Realtor Pradip Kundalia was arrested today on the charge of trespassing on a property that belonged to late author Narayan Sanyal and has been under lock and key since the...   | Read..

Trumpet a big Bypass launch

Luxury real estate in Calcutta will flaunt by 2020 a residential address on the Bypass with a brand name that is hard to Trump.   | Read..

Ticket cuffs on eight

The Salt Lake police today arrested eight men for allegedly selling tickets of today's Fifa U-17 World Cup matches at a premium.   | Read..

Tree cuts off lane

A tree that was uprooted during Monday's rain in a lane bordering Vivekananda Park off Southern Avenue is still lying on the road, leaving residents hassled.   | Read..

Silpara turns into 'island'

Waterlogging returned with Monday's rain to haunt the residents of Behala's Silpara that looked like an island in the city yesterday.   | Read..

'It still deserves to be counted as one of the world's great cities'

MICHAEL FEINER, the new consul-general of the Federal Republic of Germany in Calcutta, spoke to Metro about his first impressions of the city, his plans for the consulate...   | Read..

Fire & blasts at port godown

A fire broke out this morning in a port area godown containing combustible chemicals, triggering a series of explosions that kept feeding the flames and frustrated attempts...   | Read..
Firemen battle a blaze in a warehouse on the waterlogged Transport Depot Road in the port area on Wednesday.   | Read..
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