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News  /  Published 24.05.22

Offline classes to resume at IIM Joka from May 28

IIM Calcutta has decided to resume offline classes of the MBA executive programme after May 28 following a significant dip in Covid cases on the campus. The institute had recorded 28 cases on May 14 ...
By Subhankar Chowdhury in Joka

News  /  Published 23.04.22

Thailand and Singapore lift test-quarantine rule, travel hopes brighten for Kolkatans

Thailand and Singapore, the two most popular destinations for Kolkatans, will allow in fully vaccinated visitors without subjecting them to Covid tests or requiring them to produce negative reports, r...
By Sanjay Mandal in Kolkata

News  /  Published 28.03.22

Covid-induced isolation blamed for speech delay in Kolkata toddlers

Montessori teachers and psychiatrists are noticing a delay in speech development among children aged around 3, a trend they are attributing to long confinement at home and lack of interaction with oth...
By Jhinuk Mazumdar in Kolkata

News  /  Published 28.03.22

International flights to and from Kolkata airport resume two years after Covid break

The city’s air connectivity with abroad has not improved even as regular international flights resumed from Kolkata, as well as the rest of India, on Sunday after a two-year gap when regular ser...
By Sanjay Mandal in Kolkata

West Bengal  /  Published 14.03.22

Travel enthusiasts welcome Bhutan curbs

The Bhutan government has decided to relax its quarantine requirements for foreign visitors with the decline in Covid-19 cases, a move that stakeholders of the tourism industry here have welcomed. A ...
By Avijit Sinha in Siliguri

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News  /  Published 15.02.22

Students’ recall set to resume at IIT Kharagpur, IIEST Shibpur

IIT Kharagpur, which had suspended calling students to the campus following the latest surge in Covid cases last month, has decided to resume the process from March. The Technology Students’ Gy...
By Subhankar Chowdhury in Kharagpur

Opinion  /  Published 14.02.22

Letters to the Editor: Even Pide Piper’s music cannot rid Indians of their lack of civic sense

Turn a deaf ear Sir — The Pied Piper was known for ridding Hamelin of rats with his music from his flute. Perhaps this is what inspired Taiwan — once called ‘garbage island’ ...

World  /  Published 31.01.22

Is isolation enough?

Some people infected with SARS-CoV-2 may be able to transmit the virus for longer than the recommended quarantine period, without necessarily manifesting any symptoms during the final stage of the inf...
By Our Bureau, PTI in New Delhi

News  /  Published 21.01.22

Winter camp in Covid times

Along with foggy mornings and chilly nights, winter brings with it a lot of simple joys. The warm sunshine and aroma of nolen gur are enough to lift our spirits! Now that schools and colleges have be...
By Our Bureau in Salt Lake

People  /  Published 17.01.22

Tolly’s leading men are all for WFH selfie breaks

Stay safe, stay home! And, keep those fab photos coming! ...
By Pooja Mitra


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