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Middle path on hospital pricing

The state government and private hospitals are seeking a meeting ground as they grapple with the challenge of fixing reasonable rates for medical treatment.   | Read..

GST game-changer in car lean season

Some automobile dealerships in town are reaping a pre-Puja windfall in what is usually the lean season as buyers respond to "pre-GST discounts" rolled out by...   | Read..

Brabourne Road curbs for Metro

Brabourne Road will remain closed on July 8, 9 and 10 to facilitate construction of an underground tunnel for East-West Metro, mayor Sovan Chatterjee said today.   | Read..

Bowbazar boy's Tubelight glow

A pivotal moment in Tubelight when Sohail Khan is captured on the India-China border bears a strand of Calcutta's Chinese chromosome. One of the soldiers in the scene is an...   | Read..

Partha lands up in college

Education minister Partha Chatterjee landed up in a college in Garia yesterday to verify an allegation that a student union leader had demanded money for admission.   | Read..

Harass cuffs on duo

Two men were arrested from Cossipore last night for harassing a woman on Facebook - the third such arrest recently.   | Read..

Bank trio arrested for loan fraud

The CID has arrested three officials of a nationalised bank during overnight raids in connection with a Rs 173.3-crore loan fraud.   | Read..

Chapter on UN award in schools

Students of classes V to XII in government and aided schools are likely to be taught an entire chapter on UN recognition for the Bengal government's Kanyashree scheme.   | Read..

Truck mows down 17-year-old

A Class XI student cycling to her tuition class died after being hit by a speeding lorry loaded with sand in Uluberia, Howrah, this morning.   | Read..
CU Protest in the time of ban   | Read..
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