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Madan hints at fare hike  (31 July 03:46 am) 
Bus fares are likely to be hiked before Puja, transport minister Madan Mitra said on Wednesday.
Ex-airhostess in medical seat racket  (31 July 03:46 am) 
A former airhostess and an engineering graduate were among three \"kingpins\" of an MBBS admission racket arrested at a Puri hotel on Tuesday.
Enter, kabaddi kings  (31 July 03:46 am) 
The purple and gold of the Knight Riders may be the reigning colours of the Eden Gardens, but at the Netaji Indoor Stadium next door it was all red and blue on Wednesday night as Calcutta warmed up to
Pig drive resumes, 10 picked up  (31 July 03:46 am) 
Ten pigs were picked up on Wednesday with the resumption of the hunt for the animals after a two-day break.
'Pee 3' drop Didi name  (31 July 03:46 am) 
Three young men who had had one drink too many were arrested early on Wednesday after they allegedly peed on a police kiosk and dropped Didi\'s name to get out of trouble.
Feast of Jesuit founder today  (31 July 03:46 am) 
The 20,000 Jesuits and their institutions all over the world celebrate the feast of their founder, St. Ignatius of Loyola, on July 31.
CMC mulls New Market parking shift  (31 July 03:46 am) 
The Calcutta Municipal Corporation (CMC) is planning to remove the parking bay from a stretch beside New Market but not the hawkers who are encroaching on the road.
Cop 'drags'  (31 July 03:46 am) 
An assistant sub-inspector allegedly pushed and dragged a retired schoolteacher who had gone to Baguiati police station after losing Rs 30,000 to two snatchers on Wednesday.
FB friend held for murder  (31 July 03:46 am) 
A man Kestopur homemaker Soma Ghosh had met on Facebook hardly 10 days ago was arrested on Wednesday for allegedly murdering her.
Airport nodal officer for  (30 July 04:47 am) 
Calcutta airport has entrusted the airport manager with taking care of the procedure concerning passengers once an aircraft makes an unscheduled landing.
Chit chat  (30 July 04:47 am) 
Xavier\'s wins debate
Id, pray and brotherly love  (30 July 04:47 am) 
(Clockwise from above) Id prayer at Nakhoda Mosque in central Calcutta on Tuesday morning; two brothers in \"same-same\" clothes greet each other with a tight festive hug; children sit on a Red Road
Star power on school stage  (30 July 04:47 am) 
He is still afraid of waiting outside the principal\'s office but at St. James\' School, Abir Chatterjee shared the stage with principal T.H. Ireland to inaugurate the school fest.
Student test for teachers  (30 July 04:47 am) 
Student feedback about teachers has become a parameter for performance appraisal in some Calcutta schools.
Bangkok blip to holiday buzz  (30 July 04:47 am) 
Bangkok is back as the airline favourite ahead of the Puja holiday season, with at least two new flights from Calcutta lined up to fill the void left by a series of withdrawals earlier this year.
Hold your breath! Pro kabaddi is here  (30 July 04:47 am) 
It\'s fast and it\'s macho! It\'s the Pro Kabaddi League! Before you book your seat at Netaji Indoor Stadium on Wednesday or tune in to the live telecast on Star Sports to cheer your team, here\'s what
Partha firm on tech entry bar  (30 July 04:47 am) 
The state government has refused to consider an appeal by private engineering colleges to lower the admission bar and allow them to fill up some seats on the basis of Class XII results.
Hundreds of people went \"silver\" picking on a Salt Lake road on Tuesday morning after millions of tiny silvery balls were found strewn on that stretch.
Police have prepared a sketch of a short and dark man who was apparently seen entering the flat of Kestopur homemaker Soma Ghosh around a couple of hours before her body was found on Monday.
Spread wings, shrink space  (29 July 04:46 am) 
Three reputable Calcutta schools are expanding at the cost of open spaces on their campuses, a move prompted by the need to add seats and facilities.
Partha barb stings Panda  (29 July 04:46 am) 
Education minister Partha Chatterjee has said student leaders who are no longer students should stay out of campuses and, even if let in for any reason, not misuse the opportunity to trigger or lead a
Two-day hiatus in pig hunt  (29 July 04:46 am) 
The Calcutta Municipal Corporation on Monday suspended its pig hunt for two days because its conservancy workers would be engaged elsewhere during the festival break.
Affair stink in hoax call  (29 July 04:46 am) 
The man who had threatened to blow up a Metro station last Saturday had made the hoax call to \"teach\" a woman a lesson, police said after arresting the accused on Sunday evening in Esplanade.
Rape charge after cheat cuffs  (29 July 04:46 am) 
A man arrested last week for allegedly posing as Calcutta police hospital\'s chief medical officer of health and duping a promoter of Rs 80,000 has been accused of rape by a research scholar attached
Bike-borne men snatch gold chain  (29 July 04:46 am) 
Two motorcycle-borne men snatched a gold chain weighing six grams from a woman on Sunday night. The incident occurred near her home at Netajinagar in south Calcutta.