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Home is where the heart is  (01 October 03:46 am) 
Puja 2014 acquires flavour and fervour with The Telegraph Hand in Hand, in association with Bajaj Almond Drops Hair Oil
Festive fun, with a soul  (01 October 03:46 am) 
Fifty apartment complexes are celebrating a meaningful puja with The Telegraph Festival of Joy, presented by Euroclean Deep Cleaning
City's date with speed  (01 October 03:46 am) 
Calcutta Monsoon Derby 2014, the big race of the Calcutta Monsoon Season, will be held on Sunday, October 5. Apart from the speed thrills, the Royal Calcutta Turf Club will arrange for music, a food
Rich diversity of creativity  (01 October 03:46 am) 
In my journey as a judge it was so beautiful to meet a young engineer in a software company who has taken a week off from his job only to spend the entire time in the pandal with family and friends.
True spirit drums up festive beat  (01 October 03:46 am) 
Nothing about us without us  (01 October 03:46 am) 
For several years medical professionals had limited knowledge about the management of people with cerebral palsy (CP). The services for people with CP in India were mostly a parent-led initiative in
Little feet and their big Puja feat  (01 October 03:46 am) 
The rain couldn\'t play spoilsport as 40 young judges of TTIS Choto Chokhe Boro Pujo, in association with Truly Nolen, travelled across the length and breadth of the city to pick the pujas of their
Special feeling of a special festival  (01 October 03:46 am) 
I had never heard of the Durga Puja before I came to Calcutta. Obviously Bengalis know it, and I presume a fair proportion of Indians know it but I don\'t think people in other parts of the world
Step by step, puja by puja  (01 October 03:46 am) 
June and Helen LaFave at Chetla Agrani Club
Footfall flurry: pandals packed on panchami  (30 September 04:47 am) 
Crowds at pujas across town on Monday evening. Pictures by Sayantan Ghosh and Sanjoy Chattopadhyaya
True to theme, right spirit scores  (30 September 04:47 am) 
Lenin Sarani-Sovabazar-Hatibagan
Museum on tracks  (30 September 04:47 am) 
A museum-cum-cafeteria was launched on a tram on Monday. The two-compartment tram stationed in Esplanade\'s Curzon Park (left) showcases tram memorabilia since the mode of public transport made its
Call-cab  (30 September 04:47 am) 
One calls its riders over for a Saturday night drink, another lures them with pandal-hopping packages, still another strengthens its fleet to cope with the Puja surge in demand. On-call cabs are
SC order  (30 September 04:47 am) 
The Supreme Court has dismissed the review petition filed by AMRI Hospitals and the Indian Medical Association, challenging an apex court order to pay a compensation of Rs 11.5 crore to US-based
MAHASASHTHI MAP  (30 September 04:47 am) 
fingers crossed
CEO held  (30 September 04:47 am) 
Amit Nag, the absconding former CEO of Digi Cable Comm and prime accused in a case of fraud involving the illegal transfer of nearly two lakh set-top boxes to Hathway, was arrested in Navi Mumbai on
Weekend bonus for early start  (29 September 04:46 am) 
The almanac truncated Durga Puja to three days instead of four but the never-say-die Calcuttan had other ideas \' they factored in the Tritiya-Chaturthi weekend to make it a seven-day affair. So what
CU visit for tag renewal  (29 September 04:46 am) 
A University Grants Commission team has inspected Calcutta University for three days to assess whether the institution\'s \"potential for centre of excellence tag\" could be renewed for another five
Madan in hospital, better  (29 September 04:46 am) 
Transport and sports minister Madan Mitra, who was admitted to a private hospital with complaints of uneasiness and respiratory distress on Saturday, will be under observation for a few more days,
Blaze in city centre office  (29 September 04:46 am) 
A fire on Sunday morning gutted a Mirza Ghalib Street office that allegedly lacked fire-fighting preparedness.
Father dead  (29 September 04:46 am) 
Reverend Father Anil Mitra, SJ, passed away in his sleep early on Sunday at Jesuit Residence on Rafi Ahmed Kidwai Road. He was 79. The funeral will take place at 10.30am on Monday at St. Joseph\'s
Zoo at a loss to prevent Delhi tragedy  (29 September 04:46 am) 
If a person lands up inside a tiger enclosure at Alipore zoo, there is little the authorities can do to save him from being mauled.
The birth of the Indian Super League (ISL) and the death of Suchitra Sen have launched several themes this year, igniting interest in football and films respectively.
The nowhere boys of JU  (29 September 04:46 am) 
One of the two engineering students of Jadavpur University arrested last Friday for allegedly molesting a girl on campus is a fisherman\'s son with five sisters to look after.
This holiday is a wreck  (29 September 04:46 am) 
A World War II shipwreck on the ocean floor has added an exciting dimension to the usual sun, sea, and snorkelling experience that takes tourists from Bengal to the Andamans by the droves every