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  1. Introduction to Millimeter Wave Wireless CommunicationsRead the original story

    Monday Oct 6 | InformIT

    ... allocations [from [Rap02]]. In 1895, Jagadish Chandra Bose first demonstrated in Presidency College, Calcutta, India, transmission and reception of electromagnetic waves at 60 GHz, over 23 meters distance, through two intervening walls by remotely ...

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  2. Post-Puja Metro blues for commutersRead the original story

    Sunday Oct 5 | The Telegraph

    Metro ran trains from 2.45pm on Saturday and Sunday, hours behind the usual weekend start time, leaving many commuters inconvenienced. People queued up in front of Metro stations since morning on the two days, unaware that the trains would start running from 2.45pm.

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  3. Rich diversity of creativityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 30 | The Telegraph

    In my journey as a judge it was so beautiful to meet a young engineer in a software company who has taken a week off from his job only to spend the entire time in the pandal with family and friends. He told me that the pandal was of the sixth generation so I believe he was simply doing what his grandparents did many years ago.

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  4. Year-long Centenary commemoration of Komagata Maru incident inaugurated in New DelhiRead the original story

    Monday Sep 29 | Newkerala.com

    As a tribute to the heroic struggle of Indian immigrants against discriminatory immigration laws of Canada in the early years of twentieth century, the Government of India has decided to commemorate the centenary of Komagata Maru incident on completion of 100 years after the incident. The inaugural function of the year-long centenary commemoration was organised here today by the Union Ministry of Culture.

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  5. CBI names seven cops in Bengal custodial death caseRead the original story

    Monday Sep 29 | Newkerala.com

    The CBI Monday named seven police officials in its charge sheet filed before a West Bengal court in connection with the custodial death of a man in Hooghly district, an agency official said. The case relates to Kazi Naseeruddin who was allegedly beaten to death January 2013, while he was in the custody of Dhaniakhali police.

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  6. India commemorating 100 years of Komagata MaruRead the original story

    Monday Sep 29 | Nerve News

    India Monday released a set of special coins of denominations of Rs.100 and Rs.5 launching a year-long centenary commemoration of the 1914 Komagata Maru incident to create awareness about the heroic struggle of Indian migrants against discriminatory immigration laws of Canada. Komagata Maru, a Japanese ship carrying 376 Indians, was not allowed to disembark its passengers in Vancouver for two months and then forcibly sent back to India where 20 of the prospective migrants were shot dead by police on arrival in Calcutta .

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  7. Kolkata's iconic Writers' Buildings in landmark restorationRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 28 | Newkerala.com

    Restoring Victorian-era layers shrouded by paint and cement to bring out the imposing architecture of the 230-year-old Writers' Buildings, the permanent seat of the West Bengal government, is among the measures suggested by an Australian heritage expert who has been consulted for the grand structure's landmark renovation. "What struck me on seeing it the first time was the red paint.

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  8. CalcuttaRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 28 | The Telegraph

    One of the two engineering students of Jadavpur University arrested last Friday for allegedly molesting a girl on campus is a fisherman's son with five sisters to look after.

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  9. Pujas hope to catch the eye with films and footballRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | The Telegraph

    The birth of the Indian Super League and the death of Suchitra Sen have launched several themes this year, igniting interest in football and films respectively. The evergreen icon of Bengali cinema has lent her bewitching smile to several pandals.

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  10. This holiday is a wreckRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | The Telegraph

    Coral reefs on the way down to the sea floor that holds the shipwreck.Pictures courtesy Infiniti Live-aboard A World War II shipwreck on the ocean floor has added an exciting dimension to the usual sun, sea, and snorkelling experience that takes tourists from Bengal to the Andamans by the droves every holiday season. A tour operator in the Andamans has started deep sea diving trips for tourists till the ruins of a Japanese ship that sank off Duncan Island during the war.

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  11. Jadavpur molestation case: Two students in judicial custodyRead the original story

    Saturday Sep 27 | Newkerala.com

    Two Jadavpur University students arrested in connection with the alleged molestation of a woman student were Saturday remanded to judicial custody till Sep 29 by a city court here. "Nikhil Das, a student of third year, civil engineering, and Sonu Kumar, of second year, mechanical engineering, were presented before a city court which remanded them to judicial custody till Sep 29," said a police officer.

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  12. All Roads Lead To The Bharat FactoryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Outlook

    Trying conditions at home, the Chinese breathing down their necks, nothing's stopped these companies from writing new chapters in Indian manufacturing. Some small, some led by women, some first-gen entrepreneurs, all true Made in India warriors.

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  13. A Broken Spring In A Factory YardRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | Outlook

    Once one of the two most industrialised states in India, West Bengal has lost that mantle of pride, bit by corrosive bit, over the past 40 years. But the terrible attenuation has been getting worse - there has been a spate of factory shutdowns in recent times.

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  14. Roychowdhury's Debut Novel, The Distance, Journeys Through...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | PR Leap

    ... and fulfillment, love and sacrifice. About Saborna Roychowdhury: Saborna Roychowdhury was born and raised in Calcutta, India, and moved to the U.S. for her undergraduate work in chemistry. A Pushcart Prize nominee, her short fiction has appeared in ...

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  15. The writers moving camera In conversation with Neel MukherjeeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Hindustan Times

    What if he wins, you ask. "I'll cross that bridge when I come to it," says the writer who grew up in Kolkata and now lives in London, when you meet him at the Lalit Hotel in Delhi.

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  16. Metro crawls at peak hour after signal faultRead the original story

    Friday Sep 26 | The Telegraph

    A signal snag at Metro's Maidan station brought the city's transport lifeline to a crawl for close to two hours on Friday morning. 'Our officials spotted the problem when the signal for the Dum Dum-bound tracks at Maidan station failed to switch from green to red after a train pulled out of the station for Park Street around 9am,' said a senior Metro official.

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  17. Land protest hits Amit's dream water projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | The Telegraph

    Calcutta, Sept. 26: Finance minister Amit Mitra's dream project to supply clean drinking water to the people of his constituency, Khardah, ran into rough weather today after farmers prevented work on an upcoming treatment plant alleging that they were not receiving compensation according to the contract.

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  18. Women and their intense voicesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | The Telegraph

    In a historic reversal of the norm, Eve Ensler's Emotional Creature had received its world premiere in Mumbai - possibly the first time that a play by a first-world author has had its opening night in India. Not just that, this happened in 2009, before Ensler's book, I Am an Emotional Creature , became a bestseller. 1 comment

  19. The Battle For BengalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Outlook

    The Left vote's fast and unprecedented collapse and the BJP's swift rise to capture that vacated opposition political space in West Bengal should not be a surprise to those who have tracked history The 2014 Lok Sabha elections as well as the assembly by-elections have effectively imploded West Bengal's bipolar political scene. Polling nearly 17% of the votes in the Lok Sabha, the Bharatiya Janata Party is fast becoming the cat among the secular pigeons, upsetting the known formulae that have dominated the political discourse in West Bengal for decades.

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  20. Ambassador's journey: From 'wheels of India' to 'world's best taxi'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Rediff.com

    It says much for this brand, at once much maligned and affectionately remembered by generations of Indians, that it took more than two decades from the end of licensing for the "Amby" to call it a day when it was finally discontinued in May, 2014. Yet 40 years ago, the Amby was the mainstay of the Calcutta-headquartered flagship of the C K Birla Group.

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