The Telegraph
Sunday, January 21, 2018
 

Calcutta

Clear days and nip in night air

First published on 04-Nov-2017
Clear skies await the city over the next few days as a low-pressure area over the Gulf of Siam that could have brought rain weakened on Friday after crossing over to the Bay of Bengal....   | Read..
 

Tutors wary of transfer rule

First published on 04-Nov-2017
Teachers of several government-aided colleges are apprehensive about misuse of a recently acquired power of the Bengal government that allows it to transfer an employee of a government-aided colleg......   | Read..
 

Fire at Tollygunge apartment

First published on 04-Nov-2017
A fire broke out in the top-floor apartment of a four-storey building in Tollygunge, a stone's throw from Indrapuri Studio, on Friday night....   | Read..
 

State seeks e-solution for challenges

First published on 04-Nov-2017
Tech companies and start-ups have been invited to find virtual solutions for improving tourism, elderly care and other areas in the state....   | Read..
 

Upgrade to disrupt trains for 16 days

First published on 04-Nov-2017
Work on upgrade at Kharagpur station will disrupt train services for 16 days from Saturday....   | Read..
 

Bombs hurled in Park Circus

First published on 04-Nov-2017
Bombs were hurled across the railway tracks in Park Circus as two groups fought over who would take possession of items lying inside an abandoned printing press on Christopher Road on Thursday nigh......   | Read..
 

Forensic probe

First published on 04-Nov-2017
A team of forensic experts collected samples on Friday from the house in Bandel's Kazidanga where 66-year-old Sulekha Mukherjee was found murdered on October 26....   | Read..
 

Wait for justice & money

First published on 04-Nov-2017
A woman who has survived trafficking, rape and sexual abuse and was assured a compensation of Rs 6 lakh in April is yet to get the money....   | Read..
 

Footpath hawker woes: a study in contrast

First published on 04-Nov-2017
The Bidhannagar Municipal Corporation's eviction drive has cleared the Salt Lake pavements of hawkers in the run-up to the FIFA U-17 World Cup but illegal stalls still occupy pride of place in pede......   | Read..
 

Unhappy with Presi vacancy study: Partha

First published on 04-Nov-2017
Education minister Partha Chatterjee on Friday expressed dissatisfaction with a Presidency University "report" on vacant seats at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels....   | Read..
 

Celebrations, innovations & grand old ties

First published on 04-Nov-2017
Creativity and colours took various shapes from floral patterns to Lord Ganesha and lit up Ideal Public School, Kulgachia, as the students celebrated Diwali. “This was my first attempt at mak......   | Read..
 

Monsters immune to road rules

First published on 03-Nov-2017
A Honda City is waiting at a traffic signal on CIT Road. The driver of the sedan casts a wary glance at the crane in the adjacent lane, triple the car's height and with a hook dangling overhead lik......   | Read..
 

Govt glare on app-cab fare surge

First published on 03-Nov-2017
A festive hangover in app-cab surge pricing has invited government scrutiny amid demands from Uber and Ola for more commercial permits to grow their fleets and rationalise the fare algorithm....   | Read..
 

Transfer clause on teachers

First published on 03-Nov-2017
The Bengal government has empowered itself to transfer any teacher or employee of a government-aided college to a similar institute if it is deemed necessary "in public interest"....   | Read..
 

Fever flood in city hospitals

First published on 03-Nov-2017
Medical colleges in Calcutta are teeming with patients battling unexplained fever and dengue, which at last count had affected 20,000 people in Bengal. The state government stopped updating the cou......   | Read..
 

Tech tips for parents

First published on 03-Nov-2017
Know your tech tools to know your child - that was the smart advice from a cyber security expert at a series of workshops across city schools....   | Read..
 

Memories, music and more

First published on 03-Nov-2017
Questions like "I was in the first batch of ISC, do you remember me?" to remarks like "Oh! my God you have grown up to be a beautiful lady" made the rounds at the platinum jubil......   | Read..
 

Railway insider take on graft

First published on 03-Nov-2017
Railway vigilance officials had caught an official red-handed accepting bribe. But the official couldn't be charged because he swallowed the notes. There was no way to prove his crime....   | Read..
 

Two held for trader murder

First published on 03-Nov-2017
Two more men have been arrested in connection with the murder of gemstone trader Mohammad Salim at his Zakaria Street shop on October 23....   | Read..
 

Howrah to Ranchi trains

First published on 03-Nov-2017
The South Eastern Railway has decided to run additional trains from Howrah to Ranchi thrice a week from November 5....   | Read..