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Report nails Vikram car speed
The forensic report on actor Vikram Chatterjee's Toyota Corolla Altis has confirmed police's suspici... | Read
Fear knocks on window
KAUSTAV BANERJEE was going to bed around 10.30 on Monday night when he heard a deafening noise that ... | Read
Bengal lifts freeze on taxi permit
The Bengal government has decided to lift the undeclared freeze on luxury taxi permits and clear abo... | Read
CM session on school fees
Chief minister Mamata Banerjee is to meet representatives of private schools on May 31 to discuss ho... | Read
Sound shatters silence norms
Calcutta, once the country's model city for noise control because of landmark verdicts by Justice Bh... | Read
E-W nudge for building plan
The railways wants a plan to evacuate nine dilapidated buildings on Brabourne Road to be ready so re... | Read
Unit area assessment: all you need to know
The Calcutta Municipal Corporation (CMC) introduced the unit area assessment system of calculating p... | Read
CU targets clean loos
Calcutta University plans to outsource the cleaning of toilets on its seven campuses to private agen... | Read
Gift of vision for family born with cataract
Rohit Malik never made it to the team when the children of Amtala village, an hour's drive from the ... | Read
Madhyamik results on May 27
The results of Madhyamik 2017 will be declared on Saturday (May 27), the West Bengal Board of Second... | Read
Incentives for principals
The state government will offer financial incentives to principals of state-aided colleges and intro... | Read
Choke charge on Kasba battery unit
The West Bengal Pollution Control Board has directed a battery factory located in the crowded reside... | Read
Music, memories & a match
Blistering Bolts defeated Torrid Tornado by eight wickets to win the champion’s trophy at Heri... | Read

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