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Non-existent footpaths. Gar-bage on gallery staircases and in gaps between ramps. Overgrowth. Litter. A nuisance zone.
Festive retail goes bang bang  (22 October 03:47 am) 
A man enters a shop to buy a TV and walks out with a 55-inch 4K OLED set with a Rs 2.5 lakh-plus price tag. A car dealership on the Bypass delivers a vehicle every 10 minutes over 10 hours. Three
Hole in the road  (22 October 03:47 am) 
A hole resulting from a cave-in was spotted on the western flank of Chittaranjan Avenue, in front of Islamia Hospital, on Monday morning. Police said they came to know about the cave-in around 8am and
Globetrotters without a penny  (22 October 03:47 am) 
Two youths with dreams in their eyes, a spring in their steps and not a penny in their pockets arrived at Howrah station on Monday, after 41 days of travel across half the world.
Professor laments change at JU post-August  (22 October 03:47 am) 
Jadavpur University has shockingly changed beyond recognition between September 2013 and July 2014, Sukanta Chaudhuri, the university\'s emeritus professor of English, said on Tuesday at a convention
Chini link to a refined romance  (21 October 03:47 am) 
Calcutta\'s sugary sweet romance with chini \' from spoonfuls in the chai to the syrup for the rosogolla \' owes its origin to \"Chini\" or China.
Students block VC but deny gherao  (21 October 03:47 am) 
Jadavpur University vice-chancellor Abhijit Ckakrabarti was prevented from leaving his office on Monday evening by a group of students who demanded to know why he had got them \"beaten up by police\" if
Cops clueless on bullet origin  (21 October 03:47 am) 
The bullet that got lodged in a schoolteacher\'s right foot without her realising it has been sent for a forensic test.
Appeal for students' security  (21 October 03:47 am) 
A group of Left-leaning actors met the Calcutta University vice-chancellor on Monday and requested him to ensure that physiology students and research scholars named in a police complaint in
Bengal just got older by 22000 yrs  (21 October 03:47 am) 
Multi-disciplinary research led by a city-based archaeologist has confirmed the presence of humans in the Ayodhya hills of Purulia about 42,000 years ago, a finding that pushes Bengal\'s archaeological
Stolen items returned  (21 October 03:47 am) 
Salt Lake police on Monday returned to the owners cell phones, laptops and ornaments worth several lakhs of rupees stolen over the past few months.
Make a splash  (20 October 03:46 am) 
A participant in a swimming competition hosted by The Heritage School. Students of classes VI-XII took part in the event. \"Our students have been very enthusiastic about swimming. It helps in
Game scores over glam  (20 October 03:46 am) 
If celebrity spotting was the USP of the star-studded inaugural night of the Indian Super League (ISL), the promise of high-quality football filled the Salt Lake stadium on Sunday for the second home
Shot in the foot, teacher in the dark  (20 October 03:46 am) 
A schoolteacher on Saturday underwent an operation for the removal of a bullet that got lodged in her foot on Thursday without her knowing it.
Gender violence no child's play  (20 October 03:46 am) 
Gender-based violence and abuse and ways to tackle them were at the heart of a play enacted for the students of Lakshmipat Singhania Academy.
City wins teen chef crown  (20 October 03:46 am) 
Garima Poddar likes her friends calling her Garry after Gary Mehigan, her favourite judge on Masterchef Australia.
Blaze destroys plastic factory  (20 October 03:46 am) 
A plastic factory in Hooghly\'s Dankuni, which was allegedly functioning without adequate firefighting arrangements, was gutted in a blaze on Sunday morning.
A century celebrated  (20 October 03:46 am) 
\"I am fit and fine. I have had a happy teaching life,\" chirped birthday girl, Sybil Martyr, who turned 100 on Sunday. Not a single hair was out of place, she beamed as streams of well-wishers and
At 150, Eden then and now  (20 October 03:46 am) 
The outfield\'s grassy and smooth character has remained age-defying \' good to draw a court and start playing tennis \' while the stands no longer demand hardy trousers that could withstand the severity
Hot leads, howdies at fair end  (20 October 03:46 am) 
Maruti says its Ciaz has been the biggest crowd-puller at The Telegraph Auto Weekend Carnival 2014, presented by Yamaha and powered by Godrej AER in the Kund area of City Centre Salt Lake, while Tata
Change begins at home  (20 October 03:46 am) 
A woman who was forced to live on the streets before she turned her life around urged young men to be proud homemakers.
Shashi Tharoor referred to Prime Minister Narendra Modi as a \"Gulliver among Liliputians\" during an event in town on Sunday to celebrate 25 years of the publication of The Great Indian Novel but
An outsider with an insider's view  (19 October 04:46 am) 
Calcutta-style adda on cricket, hero worshipping Sourav Ganguly, insights on the typical Bengali, probashi Bangali and every other flavour of Calcutta in the eyes of an \"outsider\" make up journalist
Elegies to impermanence  (19 October 04:46 am) 
In Jean Cocteau\'s film, La Belle et La BĂȘte, unbeknown to her, statues follow Beauty with their roving eyes as she paces the hallway in the Beast\'s gloomy palace. When one sees Christopher Taylor\'s
Dreams on auto ignition  (19 October 04:46 am) 
Lalur lodai Rabri lode (Rabri fights Lalu\'s battle). What\'s that got to do with cars? Nothing really, except that whoever could rattle it off faster than a DSK Hyosung GT650R could win a prize at the