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CMC drive against billboard ads  (30 January 03:47 am) 
The Calcutta Municipal Corporation is pulling down hundreds of advertisements put up by tax-defaulter agencies in an alleged bid to improve accounts before the civic polls.
Words weave stories across time  (30 January 03:47 am) 
Bengali to Polish to Urdu, idiom to poetry to translation - a peek at some sessions at Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet 2015, in association With Victoria Memorial Hall and The Telegraph
Bouncer led night assault  (30 January 03:47 am) 
The youths who shattered the windows of Partha and Gouri Ghosh\'s house on Wednesday night for protesting their loud music draw their clout from being regulars at Trinamul rallies, residents of the Dum
Murder threat for music protest  (30 January 03:47 am) 
Septuagenarian Gouri Ghosh had been struggling hard to sleep when a heavy object shattered a windowpane in her bedroom and landed on her mosquito net. It was a chunk of brick large enough to fatally
Youth held for admission fraud  (30 January 03:47 am) 
The police have arrested a man and are looking for five others for allegedly forging a letter to gain admission to an Industrial Training Institute in the city in September.
Hike nod for part-time tutors' salary  (30 January 03:47 am) 
The Mamata Banerjee government has decided to increase the monthly remuneration of over 5,900 part-time teachers of state-aided colleges across Bengal.
Freedom to speak  (30 January 03:47 am) 
Zia Haider Rahman, a British novelist of Bangladeshi origin, delivers the Asoke Kumar Sarkar Memorial Lecture on Freedom of Expression at Calcutta Book Fair on Thursday.
Assault probe  (30 January 03:47 am) 
An RPF constable is facing a probe for allegedly assaulting a physically challenged man who was lying on a platform at Howrah station on Wednesday night. The man did not lodge any complaint till late
SFI loses Jadavpur union  (30 January 03:47 am) 
The Federation of Arts Students (FAS) has wrested the arts faculty students\' union at Jadavpur University from the SFI, reaping more dividend than its rival from the Hokkolorob movement that had
Fear enforces taxi strike  (29 January 03:47 am) 
A six-month-old taxi union with hardly any clout managed to force more than 20,000 taxis off the roads on Wednesday by unleashing violence across the city.
JU teacher withdraws quit letter  (29 January 03:47 am) 
Kaushik Roy, who had put in his papers as head of Jadavpur University\'s history department following a molestation complaint against him, has withdrawn his resignation letter, officiating
Clinic cure for online fixation  (29 January 03:47 am) 
If you are happy spending more time on Facebook than with your family and friends, it\'s time to face the test and find out whether you are on your way to becoming an Internet addict.
The Mamata Banerjee government will shift the tram depot and various underground utilities from Laldighi within six months if the Centre agrees to its proposal for a change in the route alignment of
Mother of all shows: dance of freedom  (29 January 03:48 am) 
What started as a dance and music workshop has evolved into a movement. Alokananda\'s dance troupe, which has changed the lives of nearly 150 prisoners, is ready with its new production on Jesus
Tripathi seeks Jadavpur update  (29 January 03:48 am) 
Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi wants to know what Jadavpur University is doing with the report on the molestation complaint.
Vote for HC lawyers  (28 January 03:16 am) 
The Calcutta High Court Bar Association will hold a secret ballot for its 6,000-odd members to decide its stand on a proposal that the court be kept open on Saturdays to compensate for weekday
HC glare on noisy trams  (28 January 03:16 am) 
Calcutta High Court has asked the state government to find ways to reduce the noise and vibrations caused by poorly maintained tramcars hurtling down the streets, especially at night.
Tiger figures invite growl  (28 January 03:16 am) 
Conservationist Valmik Thapar tore into the Bengal government on Monday for the dismal tiger census figures for Buxa and the Sunderbans, saying he hoped Mamata Banerjee would visit Buxa and \"feel
NRS interns cut down ceasework  (28 January 03:16 am) 
NRS interns have partially withdrawn their ceasework after the state health department warned them of \"big trouble\" if they do not call it off.
7 held for bank fraud  (28 January 03:16 am) 
Calcutta police have arrested seven men from Jharkhand on charges of siphoning off money from bank accounts using e-wallets.
Harass cry at Shibpur  (28 January 03:16 am) 
A second-year engineering student at the Indian Institute of Engineering Science and Technology (IIEST) has lodged a complaint of sexual harassment against a professor.
Flight lands minus luggage  (28 January 03:16 am) 
The pilot of a Thai Airways flight from Bangkok to Calcutta allegedly took off without any registered luggage because a handful of passengers with excess hand baggage had to be off-loaded.
Woman on Toy Train ride dies  (28 January 03:16 am) 
A Toy Train carrying more than 50 tourists hurtled down sloping rail tracks in Kurseong on Monday as its wheels skidded, causing the death of a Calcutta woman who either jumped or fell off the train.
4G Wi-fi goes free on party street  (28 January 03:16 am) 
Calcutta is about to become the first city in the country to have a free fourth-generation (4G) Wi-fi service.
UK focus at Book Fair  (28 January 03:16 am) 
Writers, poets and musicians from India and the UK joined hands to throw open the 39th edition of Calcutta Book Fair at Milan Mela on Tuesday.