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Emami comeback with culture and cure

The Emami Group that co-owns fire-ravaged AMRI Dhakuria has lined up a cultural extravaganza coinciding with the government handing it five acres in New Town to build a hospital, the companys comeback project in Bengal after two trying years. The state ... The Telegraph, 1 month ago

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AMRI emergency staircase to be ready next week

KOLKATA: AMRI Hospital, Dhakuria will wind up its renovation work next week. Commenced two months after 93 patients died in a devastating fire at the hospital, the renovation will conclude with an emergency staircase that had been recommended by ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Bus overturns killing passenger

A passenger-loaded bus overturned this morning on National Highway 31 near Surjapur toll plaza at Dhakuria block in North Dinajpur killing one passenger on the spot and leaving 12 others with severe injuries. The bus was heading towards Siliguri ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago

Student dies

Calcutta, April 12: A first-year St. Xavier's College student who came to Dhakuria lake every morning to practise rowing skidded while riding a friend's motorbike on the Lake Gardens flyover after the session and died of multiple injuries.
 The Telegraph6 days ago

AMRI tells SC it's broke

Seeks time to pay Kunal Saha STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Kolkata, 17 April Early this year, Miss Mamata Banerjee's government allowed AMRI to reopen units of its Dhakuria hospital, which had been closed since December 2011 after more than 90 ...
 The Statesman1 day ago

Days and nights of those who serve

They don't need any alarm clocks. At 3 every morning Babloo Sardar and his wife Namita wake up, freshen up, take a motor van and reach Charan station at 4.30am , in time for the train that'll reach them to Dhakuria station. On the way they'll be ...
 4 Traders3 days ago

Our very own Kolkata

It's a city of great diversity and our feelings about it seem to change by the hour, says shreetoma biswas Essence and experience Around a year back, I accompanied a close friend to a park in our city for a short film that she was planning to ...
 The Statesman1 week ago
Business Standard India

Subir Roy: Engaged at the periphery

From being periodically bashed up in students' politics brawls in Kolkata's Presidency College to the fringes of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is a long journey that has lasted nearly half a century. Its most dramatic and recent turn came the other day ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

March fog foxes many

Calcutta experienced three seasons in one day, the most bizarre being the Monday morning fog that engulfed the city for a couple of hours. Met experts said the phenomenon, rare for this time of the year, was caused by the high level of moisture in ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago

Bike and boat brigand held

Calcutta, March 22: A man arrested from Uttar Pradesh four days ago on the charge of robbing a tourist boat in the Sunderbans last month has apparently confessed to his involvement in at least one of several snatchings in south Calcutta that had ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago
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