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  1. O U O OaO O O U U O Uoeo O U OaO U U'U U Uoe O O U O U U U O U...O1...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 15 | Al Bawaba

    Etihad Airways today launched daily flights between Abu Dhabi and Kolkata , the airline's 11th destination in India on its own, and its 15th destination in combination with network partner Jet Airways. Flight EY256 departed Etihad Airways' hub at 11:10 and is scheduled to land at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose Airport in the West Bengal capital at 17:20 this afternoon .

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  2. India vs. Pakistan: How a great cricketing rivalry maturedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 14 | WISW-AM Columbia

    When I was just a child in London, India surprised the world by winning the Cricket World Cup at Lord's. It was 1983.

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  3. Richard H. JacksonRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 14 | SouthCoastToday.com

    Richard 'Dick' Jackson passed away on February 9, 2015. Richard was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1931 to Richard Percy and Isabel Drew Jackson.

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  4. Post carrot to counter dissentRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 14 | The Telegraph

    Calcutta, Feb. 14: Mamata Banerjee today made an attempt to placate potential dissenters by shuffling organisational responsibilities in which Barrackpore MP Dinesh Trivedi turned out to be the biggest gainer. Trivedi, whom Mukul Roy had replaced as railway minister in 2012, was appointed a national vice-president of Trinamul and would head a team handpicked by Mamata to negotiate with like-minded parties at the national level along with MPs Kalyan Banerjee and Derek O'Brien.

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  5. Centre for cooperation, state cries fundsRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 14 | The Telegraph

    Calcutta, Feb. 14: Union urban development minister M. Venkaiah Naidu today said the Trinamul government in the state and the BJP-led dispensation at the Centre may be political rivals but were not enemies and their differences should not stall development projects. The reminder about the state's responsibilities came at a time key infrastructure projects have been stalled across Calcutta with the state trying to pass the blame on to the Centre.

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  6. Why Buying CBSE Books Online From OnlySchoolBooks Is A Wise Decision?Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 10 | PR Log

    There are several ways to buy popular CBSE text books , and smart students and parents nowadays prefer to do it online for numerous benefits it has to offer. PRLog - Feb. 10, 2015 - CALCUTTA, India -- There are several ways to buy popular CBSE text books , and smart students and parents nowadays prefer to do it online for numerous benefits it has to offer.

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  7. t2Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | The Telegraph

    Can you imagine? It's been 20 years of being an actress in the industry! So many films... some good, some not so good, critical acclaim, awards, failure and flops. It's been quite a... Sadhana Pal, a household help, wakes up at the crack of dawn to be the first in queue at the roadside tap to fill her half-a-dozen water buckets.

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  8. CalcuttaRead the original story

    Monday Feb 9 | The Telegraph

    They sang, they strummed their guitars, they waved, and they even matched steps to the beat. The audience screamed and lapped it up.

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  9. Short TakesRead the original story

    Monday Feb 9 | The Telegraph

    Calcutta: Srinjoy Bose has quit as Mohun Bagan assistant secretary on Monday. "If anyone wants to quit, it's his decision.

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  10. Third track project eyes Dec. launchRead the original story

    Monday Feb 9 | The Telegraph

    Work on the third railway line between Adityapur and Dongaposi, a stretch that sees heavy traffic of both goods and passengers trains, has gained momentum with Chakradharpur railway division authorities deciding to commission the project in December. "The work on the project has gained momentum along the 125km route following the arrival of requisite funds from the Railway Board," said Ashok Agrawal, the senior divisional commercial manager of Chakradharpur.

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  11. CID takes up rhino probeRead the original story

    Monday Feb 9 | The Telegraph

    Alipurduar, Feb. 9: The CID today took charge of the investigation into the killing of a rhino in Jaldapara National Park on February 7. The adult rhino was found dead with the horn missing and two bullets had been recovered from the carcass. Police had said the bullets were fired from 303 rifle.

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  12. Tata Social Enterprise Challenge 2014-15 recognises social enterprisesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 9 | Express India

    L to R: Atul Agrawal, VP - Corporate Affairs, Tata Services; Abhishek Biswas and Aditya Pangte, co-founders of Ultrasafe Ultrasound; M Ashok Banerjee, Dean , IIM Calcutta; and Dr NS Rajan, Member - Group Executive Council and Chief Group Human Resources Officer, Tata Sons The winners of the Tata Social Enterprise Challenge 2014-15 , a joint initiative of the Tata group and Indian Institute of Management Calcutta , were announced during the grand finale held recently at the IIM Calcutta campus. The challenge endeavours to find India's most promising early-stage social enterprises, and create an ecosystem for social entrepreneurship - encouraging sustainable, scalable and measurable social impact.

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  13. Camera captures burglary bidRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 8 | The Telegraph

    Two men with their faces covered tried to break open an unguarded ATM in Baghajatin with an iron rod three days ago. They could not access the cash but spent minutes studying the system, which has made police suspect that they could soon try their hand at another ATM with suitable tools.

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  14. Cable operators hold key to Cup telecastRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 8 | The Telegraph

    The only option for Calcuttans to watch the matches is STAR Sports channels. Ravichandran Ashwin plays a shot during a warm-up ODI with Australia in Adelaide on Sunday No STAR Sports, no World Cup, goes the ad.

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  15. Jaldapara rhino killedRead the original story

    Sunday Feb 8 | The Telegraph

    This is the fifth rhino to be killed by suspected poachers in Jaldapara in the past eight months. On January 24, a male rhino had fallen prey to hunters in the park.

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  16. Virat should also lead inODIs: Jimmy AmarnathRead the original story

    Saturday Feb 7 | The Telegraph

    Calcutta: Mohinder 'Jimmy' Amarnath loves Virat Kohli's aggression and wants the Test captain to bat at No.3 in the World Cup. One of the architects of India's World Cup win in 1983, Amarnath feels Virat "should also lead in ODIs".

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  17. 7daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 7 | The Telegraph

    Some may not have been amused by the All India Bakchod show in Mumbai, but comedians have become a national phenomenon, notes Kavitha Shanmugam Oh, those trigger-happy Punjabis, freebie-loving Sindhis, and the lazy Bengalis with their funeral-like weddings. What the hell, why do the Anglicised Indian talk English like they have javelins up their a*#e? And what are Indians, a country which... The World Cup cricket matches start on February 14. Sonia Sarkar looks at how the tournament has changed over the past 40 years Lata Mangeshkar's voice carries.

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  18. Doctor action 'slack'Read the original story

    Saturday Feb 7 | The Telegraph

    Calcutta, Feb. 7: Families of three persons who died because of alleged medical negligence today claimed along with a voluntary organisation that the West Bengal Medical Council was not taking action against five doctors who were found guilty by the Medical Council of India. People for Better Treatment , the voluntary organisation formed by NRI doctor Kunal Saha, claimed that the MCI's ethics committee had recently removed the names of the five doctors, including three from Calcutta, from the Indian Medical Register after the families of the three patients appealed to it.

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  19. Book review: Book on Bangladesh war brings out heroism of ordinary peopleRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 7 | The Indian Express

    Book: The Colonel who would not repent: The Bangaladesh war and its uniqueet legacy Author: Salil Tripathi Publisher: Aleph Pages: 400 Price: Rs 595 The title of the book is misleading and diminishes its comprehensive content. Colonel Farooq Rahman, who supervised the assassination of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman in 1975, is a malignant figure who flits briefly through the pages.

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  20. For them, running is rewardingRead the original story

    Friday Feb 6 | The Telegraph

    From left: Mihira Singh, Binning Lyngkhoi, Soham Mishra, Sushmita Patnaik and Deepak Bajaj are all charged up for Sunday's Kolkata Marathon. The marathon will start at 6am, the 15km run at 6.20am and the 5km Fun Run at 8.15am.

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