The Telegraph
Monday, February 26, 2018
 

Calcutta

Festivity trips murder probe

First published on 31-Oct-2017
Festivities surrounding Jagaddhatri Puja have held up the probe into the murder of a retired professor at her Bandel home, police sources said....   | Read..
 

Garbage dumps in civic offices

First published on 31-Oct-2017
The Calcutta Municipal Corporation, the principal agency involved in fighting the dengue outbreak, has been found wanting on its own premises....   | Read..
 

Three floors still shut

First published on 31-Oct-2017
Three floors of the Jeevan Sudha building, which had caught fire on Diwali, remained off limits as various offices resumed work on Monday....   | Read..
 

Clear-sky week on radar

First published on 31-Oct-2017
The sky was overcast throughout Monday triggering fears of a downpour but the city got away with fleeting spells of drizzle....   | Read..
 

CU hostel attacked

First published on 31-Oct-2017
A 20-strong group allegedly raided a hostel of Calcutta University in the Bowbazar area, ransacked rooms and assaulted inmates when they refused to vacate the premises on Monday afternoon....   | Read..
 

TET order under court scanner

First published on 31-Oct-2017
The high court on Monday accepted a petition by 134 students seeking cancellation of a notification of the West Bengal Board of Primary Education inviting applications for writing the Teacher Eligi......   | Read..
 

Stadium security worries cops

First published on 31-Oct-2017
The 260-plus high-resolution all-weather CCTV cameras at the Salt Lake stadium may have helped the cops ensure a trouble-free FIFA U-17 World Cup but the same devices now have them worried....   | Read..
 

CU fixes cut-off mismatch

First published on 31-Oct-2017
Students who want to study BTech in jute and fibre technology in Calcutta University will need a total of 60 per cent in physics, chemistry and math at Plus II from next year....   | Read..
 

Bypass width sparks snarls

First published on 31-Oct-2017
The narrow width of the Bypass stretch between Silver Spring and the Metropolitan crossing has forced police to alternately stop Parama flyover and Bypass vehicles to minimise traffic chaos....   | Read..
 

D-Word to avoid is dengue

First published on 30-Oct-2017
Dengue has officially become a dirty word that many government, municipal and private hospitals won't mention even in death certificates....   | Read..
 

Fever claims child, woman

First published on 30-Oct-2017
Two persons, including an eight-year-old girl, who had tested positive for dengue died in the city on Sunday....   | Read..
 

No. 10 looks back at 'rude reality check'

First published on 30-Oct-2017
If playing for India in the FIFA U-17 World Cup filled No. 10 Abhijit Sarkar with pride, watching some spectacular football from the stands gave him a "rude reality check"....   | Read..
 

Stadium scores litter goal

First published on 30-Oct-2017
Spick and span is how Salt Lake stadium looked less than 24 hours after hosting 66,784 fans for the final of the FIFA U-17 World Cup. Anyone who has seen the same venue after a local derby would kn......   | Read..
 

Rain re-entry, featuring fog

First published on 30-Oct-2017
Rainfall is showing the persistence of Ashish Nehra to make its way back to the city for the third time since the monsoon withdrew, creating conditions for a drop in temperature and the season's fi......   | Read..
 

Cup cops catch biker in snatch and slash

First published on 30-Oct-2017
A woman had her purse and mobile phone snatched and her male friend was attacked and injured with a razor near Nicco Park on Saturday evening, barely 1.5km from Salt Lake stadium that was then host......   | Read..
 

Civic clinics open on Sunday

First published on 30-Oct-2017
At least 30 clinics of the Calcutta Municipal Corporation that were shut last Sunday remained open this weekend and were flooded with patients....   | Read..
 

Support group for cancer patients

First published on 30-Oct-2017
Breast cancer patients in the city have formed a support group for those in need of psychological help to cope with the painful rounds of chemotherapy and financial drain that cancer treatment is o......   | Read..
 

69-year-old leads by example

First published on 30-Oct-2017
Ruhul Amin, 69, starts his day by feeding rice or wheat to birds....   | Read..
 

Alumni discussion on Presi decline

First published on 30-Oct-2017
The Presidency Alumni Association will organise a panel discussion on "Looking Beyond Looks", a topic that will focus on the decline of the institution, at Bengal Club on Saturday....   | Read..
 

Meeting for sting strategy

First published on 30-Oct-2017
The heads of various civic departments will meet on Tuesday to chalk out a "coordinated plan" to fight the dengue outbreak, an initiative that officials said should have been taken before......   | Read..