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Twin blows, beneath and above  (22 August 04:46 am) 
Disruption of Metro services at Maidan station and a Left Front sit-in on Bentinck Street landed the city centre a double whammy on Thursday evening.
Operation Pig has been put on hold and the Calcutta Municipal Corporation (CMC) will go the whole hog to return the captured animals to their \"rightful\" owners.
Remember the magnificent scene where Bran, Meera, Jojen and Hodor are attacked by the wights in the final episode of Game of Thrones (GoT) Season 5?
East-West Metro via Piccadilly  (22 August 04:46 am) 
An advocate trying to explain to the high court on Thursday why the government was opposed to having Central station on the East-West Metro route was stumped when Justice Nadira Patherya asked: \"Your
Lessons of London  (22 August 04:46 am) 
This is not meant to be a joke but, in some ways, London is becoming more like Calcutta.
If the Bypass is a bad dream, the potholed service roads running alongside are nightmares that drive the living daylights out of any commuter. No doubt, nobody takes these roads and as a consequence
Cell phone con nabbed  (21 August 04:46 am) 
A 27-year-old man who allegedly used to pose as an area manager of Apple and dupe people by taking money with a promise to sell second-hand iPhones was arrested from Salt Lake on Wednesday.
HC breather for principal  (21 August 04:46 am) 
Calcutta High Court on Wednesday set aside the decision of the Maharaja Manindra Chandra College\'s governing body to sack principal Manturam Samanta.
App-laud the alternative taxi  (21 August 04:46 am) 
Uber what? Uber why? Uber how? Uber wow!
Fare deal to fly Bangkok  (21 August 04:46 am) 
Pay the fare for Bagdogra and fly to Bangkok as a new holiday season begins.
JU gets nod to fill engineering seats  (21 August 04:46 am) 
Jadavpur University will fill 147 engineering seats left vacant after centralised admission process by conducting its own counselling.
Bypass sinks, triggers traffic trauma  (20 August 04:46 am) 
Calcutta desperately searched for a road to bypass the Bypass all through Tuesday as snarls triggered by a subsidence near Fortis hospital stretched for over 1.5km and brought traffic to a crawl.
Zip, app, zoom cabs drive into town  (20 August 04:46 am) 
A California-based start-up that has turned the taxi business on its bonnet quietly drove into town on Tuesday morning, promising Calcuttans a truly cool cab experience.
Squatters out of staff flats  (20 August 04:46 am) 
Over 60 families of squatters were evicted from the staff quarters of Calcutta Medical College and Hospital on Dr Lalit Banerjee Sarani on Tuesday morning.
Metro one rake down  (20 August 04:46 am) 
One down, six to go. No, this is not the Indian batting card against England, but Calcutta Metro\'s ageing fleet struggling to stay alive.
AC plant fire at Bhasha Bhavan  (20 August 04:46 am) 
A fire broke out in an external air-conditioning plant of a four-storey building on the National Library compound on Tuesday but was contained by two fire engines.
The girls outshouted the boys as Rani Mukerji took the St. Xavier\'s College auditorium stage on Tuesday afternoon. But that was only to be expected as the Bengali star in Bollywood was here to
Bus strike off, stand-off on  (20 August 04:46 am) 
Private bus operators have postponed their proposed 72-hour strike from Wednesday until Mamata Banerjee\'s return from Singapore, the decision coming as a face-saver for the government but doing little
Concern over JU quit order  (19 August 04:47 am) 
Sukanta Chaudhuri, professor emeritus, department of English, Jadavpur University, has written to the interim vice-chancellor, highlighting the possible consequences of the decision to ask directors
La Martiniere headhunt  (19 August 04:47 am) 
Sunirmal Chakravarthi will be the principal of both La Martinieres from next month since a suitable replacement for Lorraine Mirza, the girls\' school head who retired on Monday, could not be found.
Touch of class but business bland  (19 August 04:47 am) 
Calcutta airport flaunts a new international business class lounge but can\'t find enough business class travellers to impress.
Short Street key accused granted bail  (19 August 04:47 am) 
A division bench of Calcutta High Court on Monday granted bail to Parag Majmudar, a promoter and key accused in the 9A Short Street multiple-murder case.
Taxis remained off the roads on Monday as long as union leaders staged their agitation at the city centre. Transport minister Madan Mitra\'s warning of strict action, including cancellation of
CM away, bus strike at bay  (19 August 04:47 am) 
The government is banking on Mamata Banerjee\'s Singapore trip to stall the three-day bus strike from Wednesday even as the taxi drivers\' agitation vacillates between confrontation and compromise.
Duo snatch chain at bus stop  (19 August 04:47 am) 
Two men on a motorcycle snatched a gold chain from a homemaker near the Kankurgachhi crossing on Sunday evening while she was waiting with members of her family at a bus stop, 100m from a police