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Deepak’s task: Fish in nuclear waters 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Front Page
Calcutta, March 3: Telugu Deepak was on a "mission" to build a base in East Midnapore's Haripur, where the site to set up a nuclear reactor is situated, when he was arrested last night in Behala, officials said.
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Generators for Eden 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Calcutta
The Eden Gardens lights would be powered by generators, and not CESC, during the IPL 3 matches, the Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) informed Calcutta police on Wednesday.
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Tamil seer in sex net 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Front Page
Chennai, March 3: His website claims he is an enlightened master who can lead you to "inner bliss". Unfortunately for the swami, a hidden camera has apparently caught him experiencing a very different kind of bliss.
Indian art through the peephole 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Calcutta
Can one really understand contemporary art from a certain region of the world applying acquired knowledge and textbook criteria? How can one understand culturally defined aspects from a culture one hasn't grown up in? How important is it to gain expertise on different cultures in order to understand its artists? In other words: how does a westerner look at and understand contemporary art from India?
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Pravin Mahajan dead 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Front Page
Mumbai, March 3: Pravin Mahajan, who shot dead his brother and senior BJP leader Pramod Mahajan four years ago, died this evening in a Thane hospital following multiple-organ failure, leaving the real reasons behind the murder shrouded in mystery.
Court stays 1400 insolvency cases 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Calcutta
The high court on Wednesday stayed over 1,400 insolvency declaration cases registered with the office of the Registrar of Insolvency since April 1, 2008.
Horror from sky invades home 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Front Page
March 3: A trainer aircraft of the Indian Navy lost control during an aerobatics show in the skies over the technopolis this morning and barrelled into a congested residential block, killing both pilots.
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UK church elder's Puja plan 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Calcutta
The archbishop of Canterbury will visit Calcutta this Puja. Rowan Williams, the principal leader of the Church of England and the symbolic head of the worldwide Anglican Communion, will spend two October days here during a two-week private visit to India.
Kidnap fear tells on tech hub transport 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Calcutta
Employees of companies operating out of Bengal's tech hub have struck taxis and shuttle cars off their list of conveyance options after dark.
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Police: threat calls were real 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Calcutta
A senior officer of Calcutta police on Wednesday confirmed that the calls received by four city businessmen demanding ransom to avoid being kidnapped were serious in nature and not pranks.
Varsity body opposed 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Calcutta
The state government on Wednesday opposed the Centre's decision to set up the National Commission for Higher Education and Research, describing it as an attempt to curb the autonomy of universities.
Lights out at Writers' 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Calcutta
The first-floor corridor of Writers' Buildings, where chief minister Buddahadeb Bhattacharjee's secretariat is located, went without power for eight minutes on Wednesday evening.
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CHIT CHAT 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Calcutta
Kid canvas
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Bapi verdict upheld 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Calcutta
A Calcutta high court division bench on Wednesday upheld the judgment passed by the city sessions' court pronouncing five policemen guilty of killing traffic sergeant Bapi Sen and sentencing them to life imprisonment.
Dyslexic girl wins exam duel 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Calcutta
Payel Sarkar, the dyslexic student barred from writing the CBSE Class XII examinations on grounds of inadequate attendance, won the battle against board rules on Wednesday with Calcutta High Court directing the authorities to treat her as a special case.
Taxi trio nailed for kidnap 4.3.2010 Telegraph: Calcutta
Police cracked the Sandipan Das abduction case on Wednesday, arresting the taxi trio behind the crime and establishing a link between cabbies and recent incidents of snatching and robbery along the Rajarhat and Belghoria expressways.
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Bombs, bullets fly in ballot battle 4.3.2010 Telegraph: North Bengal
Islampur, March 3: Police fired 20 rounds in the air this afternoon to push back an armed mob that attacked the Sujali-Kamalgaon gram panchayat office where a no-confidence motion was being heard.
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Lawyer wall for accused 4.3.2010 Telegraph: North Bengal
Raiganj, March 3: Lawyers put up a human wall as Chanchal Sarkar and his wife Papiya, accused in the murder of a photographer of a local cable channel, were brought to the chief judicial magistrate's court here today.
On road to protest police role 4.3.2010 Telegraph: North Bengal
Siliguri, March 3: Residents of Bagrakote blocked the stretch from Jail Road to Kutcheri Road for more than an hour today to protest alleged police refusal to accept a complaint from a woman who was reportedly beaten up by a group of local goons on Monday afternoon.
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Strike call and cry for invite greet talks 4.3.2010 Telegraph: North Bengal
Siliguri, March 3: The announcement of the political level talks involving the central and state governments and the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha on March 18 have evoked mixed reaction from different organisations.
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