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Chakrabarti complaint  (20 December 03:46 am) 
Jadavpur University vice-chancellor Abhijit Chakrabarti has lodged a \"written complaint\" with the Bidhannagar police commissionerate alleging that he was \"followed and chased by four unidentified
Rival unions back taxi strike  (20 December 03:46 am) 
Taxis disappeared from the city on Friday as owners and drivers, as well as supporters of Trinamul and the CPM came together to demand higher fares.
Night pollution  (20 December 03:46 am) 
The National Green Tribunal, Calcutta chapter, directed the state pollution control board on Friday to file a report by January 21 stating details of the level of air pollution in the city at night.
Metro disrupted  (20 December 03:46 am) 
Metro Railway services were disrupted on Friday afternoon after passengers of a Kavi Subhas-bound train complained of a burning smell from the rake.
Object  (20 December 03:46 am) 
As the lights came on at the interval, Sandipan Deb turned towards friend Snehashish Mukherjee to ask in a Bhojpuri drawl: \" Yeh PK ka hai (What is this PK)?\"
Widow seeks SIT on NRS lynching  (20 December 03:46 am) 
The widow of Kurban Shah, the mentally unstable man murdered in the men\'s hostel of NRS Medical College, has moved court for a special investigation team (SIT) to probe the incident because police
Dance to reclaim the body  (20 December 03:46 am) 
Why is Eve Ensler asking one billion women across the world to dance? And we are not even thinking about the logistics!
Abuse victim  (20 December 03:46 am) 
A 12-year-old girl was rescued by police on Friday afternoon after she fled the Birati home of her employers who allegedly tortured her.
Eve lights up lives in red lane  (20 December 03:46 am) 
The one bright spot in the otherwise dank, dingy lanes of Asia\'s second largest red-light district on Friday afternoon was Eve Ensler, the American author and activist whose One Billion Rising
State's pay cloud on port plot  (20 December 03:46 am) 
The state government has ruled out paying for a Strand Road plot Calcutta Port Trust has offered to clear one of the land logjams delaying the East-West Metro project, drawing charges of violating an
Stamped certificate unlikely this year  (20 December 03:46 am) 
The Jadavpur University authorities cannot put a \"boycott\" stamp on degree certificates this year even if they want to because the process involves amendment of the statute, education department
Sydney crisis: now come back, mum tells son  (17 December 04:47 am) 
Pushpendu Ghosh, one of the two Indian engineers, held hostage in a Sydney café called up his parents in Howrah on Monday midnight from a friend\'s mobile phone to say \"he was okay\".
Funeral bike, graffiti, jokes and scares  (17 December 04:47 am) 
This bike can be hired \"For a dignified final ride\". The coffin is attached to the bike. At a little extra, for the speed is illegal, one can be driven at 100 miles per hour. But if one can rush to
NRS student arrested for hostel killing  (17 December 04:47 am) 
A first-year student of NRS Medical College and Hospital was arrested late on Tuesday for his alleged complicity in the murder of Kurban Shah, a mentally unstable man accused of theft, in the men\'s
2-seater e-rickshaw on cards  (17 December 04:47 am) 
The Bengal government will replace hand-pulled rickshaws in Calcutta with two-seater battery-driven rickshaws and not their bigger variants that ply in some districts.
Partha appeal to JU teachers  (17 December 04:47 am) 
Education minister Partha Chatterjee on Tuesday appealed to the Left-backed Jadavpur University Teachers\' Association (Juta) to withdraw its call to teachers to stay away from the December 24
Port of call for Metro  (17 December 04:47 am) 
A central government agency with some land to spare and little political baggage like the Mamata Banerjee government has stepped in to clear one of the many land logjams delaying the East-West Metro.
The World's their stage  (17 December 04:47 am) 
Victor Banerjee with students of city schools at the rehearsals of an inclusive play presented by NGO Trinayani at Rabindra Sadan. \"I am at my happiest surrounded by loving souls who see, think,
Curry 'champ' on grandpa's trail  (17 December 04:47 am) 
Ian Cowie is a half-English, half-Scottish gent who loves to hold a naan in one hand, dunk the other in a bowl of spicy curry and go \"MmmmmÂ…\" like a roving gastronome would do on a travel show.
The girls and women of a Joynagar village in South 24-Parganas have something more to excel in apart from the difficult art of making moas, the delicious balls of puffed rice and molasses made of
'You needn't flee like I did'  (17 December 04:47 am) 
Sabyasachi Bhattacharya, former student, former mentor, and now the AJC Bose University Distinguished Professor of Presidency University, introduces a two-day celebration of the physics department
VC 'hides' hand for JU Big Day  (16 December 09:46 am) 
Jadavpur University vice-chancellor Abhijit Chakrabarti has decided against giving away certificates himself at the upcoming convocation, fearing the candidates might refuse to take them from him to
Finger at lax inspection  (16 December 09:46 am) 
A missed morning inspection of the tracks at Liluah railway station on Sunday might have left a gap between the rails undetected and caused the Poorva Express to derail, railway officials probing the
Rajarhat plot for RBU  (16 December 09:46 am) 
The chief minister on Monday announced the allotment of a 10-acre plot in Rajarhat to Rabindra Bharati University so that Rabindranath Tagore\'s house in Jorasanko could be converted into a museum.
Romance rekindled, 1000 weeks on  (16 December 09:46 am) 
Preksha Agarwal was five when she sat on sister Priya\'s lap and watched wide-eyed as Raj romanced Simran, 19 years ago.