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Calcutta airport to get digital entry pilot project by March

Calcutta airport to get digital entry pilot project by March

Its implementation at Calcutta airport under the government’s Digi Yatra scheme is aimed to reducing inconvenience to passengers.

Calcutta High Court extends anticipatory bail to Mukul Roy for 8 more weeks in TMC MLA murder case

Calcutta High Court extends anticipatory bail to Mukul Roy for 8 more weeks in TMC MLA murder case

Kolkata: The Calcutta High Court Tuesday extended by eight weeks protection from arrest to BJP leader Mukul Roy in connection with the ki...Read More

Google celebrates India’s 1st recording artist Gauhar Jaan’s 145th birth anniversary

Google celebrates India’s 1st recording artist Gauhar Jaan’s 145th birth anniversary

New Delhi: Known to be among the first performers to record music on 78 rpm records, Gauhar Jaan’s 145th birth anniversary has been marke...Read More

Justice Chelameswar writes to CJI on elevation of Justice K M Joseph

Justice Chelameswar writes to CJI on elevation of Justice K M Joseph

Justice Chelameswar, who is a member of the collegium, is retiring on June 22 but the top court is left with six working days before it g...Read More

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SC collegium may meet soon to appoint CJs of high courts

New Delhi : The Supreme Court collegium is likely to meet in the coming days to consider names for appointment of chief justices of high ...Read More

HC orders CBI probe  into Narada sting case

HC orders CBI probe into Narada sting case

Kolkata : The ruling Trinamool Congress on Friday suffered a jolt after a division bench of the Calcutta High Court asked the Central Bur...Read More

Indore: Corruption not bad if laws don’t ensure equity

Indore: Corruption not bad if laws don’t ensure equity

Indore: At Indian Institute of Management Indore, a professor from University in Calcutta on Friday said that corruption may not be consi...Read More

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Mother Teresa never ‘fired’ her critics: V-P

Kolkata: Vice President Hamid Ansari on Sunday said Mother Teresa never admonished her critics, but prayed mercy for them. “She may have ...Read More

Rare paintings on St. Teresa to be on display for post-canonisation tribute

Rare paintings on St. Teresa to be on display for post-canonisation tribute

Kolkata : As many as 90 paintings on St. Teresa – including rare ones towering at eight feet and endorsed by her – by eminent artists and...Read More

Mother Was Far More Revered Than Reviled

Mother Was Far More Revered Than Reviled

Despite some harsh words by her few critics, the world mostly adored the Catholic icon

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Spaniard chooses to celebrate in Kolkata

Kolkata : Between the Vatican and Kolkata, Spaniard Aristides Bermejo, who had met Mother Teresa several times, chose the eastern Indian ...Read More

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Narada CEO again urges withdrawal of summons

Kolkata: Narada News CEO Mathew Samuel on Thursday wrote to Kolkata Police asking it to reconsider his request to withdraw the summon aga...Read More

Writings by Mother Teresa to be published in August

Writings by Mother Teresa to be published in August

New York: A collection of previously unreleased writings by Mother Teresa is coming out in August, weeks before the late Nobel Peace Priz...Read More

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Calcutta HC orders a forensic test on Narada sting tapes

Kolkata: The Calcutta High Court on Friday ordered a forensic test on the Narada sting tapes. The bench of Chief Justice Manjula Chellur ...Read More

Need to ensure  every Indian can  live without fear, prejudice: Prez

Need to ensure every Indian can live without fear, prejudice: Prez

Kolkata : Underlining the pluralistic nature of India, President Pranab Mukherjee on Sunday said that the social fabric of our country wo...Read More

Cities crumbling down to villages

Cities crumbling down to villages

An old Bengali saying has it that the streets of Calcutta are flooded if a cat pees. That is probably true of most Indian cities which th...Read More

Fire in ‘Netaji’ facts can burn the Congress

Fire in ‘Netaji’ facts can burn the Congress

The alleged death of our iconic hero, Subhas Chandra Bose, more familiarly known as “Netaji”, in an air crash in 1945 remains, to adapt h...Read More

Calcutta leads

Calcutta leads

Bombay has a lesson to learn from the speed with which the West Bengal Government has finalised the blueprint of a ‘second Calcutta’ to b...Read More

Book raises queries on Indian donations to Clinton Foundation

Book raises queries on Indian donations to Clinton Foundation

The Clinton Foundation received between $1 million and $ 5 million in 2008 from Samajwadi Party leader Amar Singh. The New York Post says...Read More

Release Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose files, nation wants to know

Release Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose files, nation wants to know

There are two reasons why the revelation of the Intelligence Bureau’s monitoring and mail surveillance of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose’s fa...Read More

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