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IPL plays strike bowler in storm seasonMatch day as rain magnet

Rain often fails Calcutta in summer but an IPL season seldom fails to bring rain just when you want it to stay away. Such is the connection between cricket and rain at the Eden Gardens that an...   | Read..

Expert panel to probe charges against Apollo

The newly set-up clinical establishments commission is set to launch its maiden probe based on a complaint filed by the father of a four-month-old girl who died at Apollo...   | Read..

Hospital hope for cancer care

A cancer hospital is on the cards in the city, where the disease has been on the rise with not enough facilities for its treatment.   | Read..

Fraud cuffs on Cong worker

Calcutta police today arrested a Congress worker in Salt Lake for allegedly duping a doctor of Rs 40 lakh by promising to get his son admitted to a private medical college.   | Read..

Heroes of the hospitality world

The winners of the second edition of International Hospitality Day, presented by International Institute of Hotel Management (IIHM), in association with The Telegraph....   | Read..

Traffic hit, school shut over fee hike

Parents' protests over a rise in school fees disrupted rush hour traffic on Park Street this morning and led to a New Town school being shut down temporarily.   | Read..

Presi ends duo's probation

The probation of two Hindi teachers at Presidency University has been terminated on the ground of of "unsatisfactory" performance.   | Read..

Thrashed over drink protest

Some youths apparently thrashed a 22-year-old man and hit him on the head with a revolver butt when he protested their drinking in the open in Tiljala yesterday.   | Read..
A discussion-cum-performance session in progress as part of Soi Mela at Sisir Mancha on Monday. Folk and tribal women’s literature and...   | Read..
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