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News  /  Published 17.03.22

Month into protests, Presidency students enter Hindu Hostel forcibly

Presidency University students who had been staying on the campus since February 16 to protest the university’s decision to not immediately reopen Eden Hindu Hostel forced their way into the hos...
By Subhankar Chowdhury in Kolkata

News  /  Published 16.03.22

Exam worry spurs IIT students to write letter to director

A number of students at IIT Kharagpur have written to the director, listing the constraints they would face trying to return to the institute for writing the end-semester exams in-person from April 7 ...
By Subhankar Chowdhury in Kharagpur

Opinion  /  Published 16.03.22

Letters to the Editor: Corporate dress codes are self-defeating

Needless rules Sir — Most corporate offices require their employees to adhere to a strict dress code. While both men and women must don professional attires, there are a few more rules that wom...
By The Telegraph

News  /  Published 05.03.22

Traffic restrictions for Madhyamik days

The Madhyamik examination will begin with the first languages paper on March 7 and will end with the optional elective subjects on March 16.  Students will have 3 hours to write the papers from ...
By My Kolkata Web Desk

News  /  Published 25.02.22

Teenager dies in Red Road bike accident

A 16-year-old boy riding pillion to his friend on a motorcycle died in a crash as the two-wheeler rammed into the rear of a truck at a high speed, allegedly after jumping a signal on Red Road early on...
By Our Special Correspondent in Red Road

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World  /  Published 20.02.22

Ottawa cops crack down on protesters

Canadian police on Saturday used pepper spray and stun grenades to try to restore normality to the capital after trucks and demonstrators occupied the downtown core of Ottawa for more than three weeks...
By Reuters in Ottawa

News  /  Published 19.02.22

Demolition of Vivekananda Road flyover enters third phase

Demolition of the Vivekananda Road flyover in northwest Kolkata entered its third phase on Thursday.  Engineers from the urban development department began pulling down a portion of the remainin...
By Kinsuk Basu in Kolkata

News  /  Published 18.02.22

Rabindra Sarobar & Subhas Sarobar to stay open for two more hours

Rabindra Sarobar will remain open for an extra hour in the morning and in the afternoon from Friday, Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority (KMDA), the custodian of the park, has announced. The p...
By Subhajoy Roy in Kolkata

News  /  Published 18.02.22

Resumption of tokens push up north-south Kolkata Metro footfall

The resumption of tokens is gradually pushing up the Metro railway passenger count in the north-south corridor. Despite the rise, the count is still way below the pre-pandemic daily average. But with...
By Debraj Mitra in Kolkata

News  /  Published 18.02.22

Why no mask? ‘I just ate non-vegetarian food,’ says man on Loudon Street

[{"id":1,"type":"image","value":"","src":"https://assets.telegraphindia.com/telegraph/2022/Feb/1645130987_mask-1.jpg","caption":"Two men were walking down Loudon Street, one without a mask. Asked why,...
By Debraj Mitra, Gautam Bose in Kolkata


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