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Hindi TV show 'Swaragini' zooms in on Kolkata's hotspots

Hindi TV show 'Swaragini' zooms in on Kolkata's hotspots

26 Feb 2015

Kolkata: From the Howrah Bridge to Victoria Memorial, tram lines to the Kalighat Temple and Millenium Park various key locations of Kolkata have been captured for a new Hindi TV show 'Swaragini', which highlights the cultural conflicts between two neighbouring families.

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Australia-Bangladesh match abandoned due to heavy <strong>rain</strong>

Australia-Bangladesh match abandoned due to heavy rain

21 Feb 2015

Brisbane: The cricket World Cup match between Australia and Bangladesh was on Saturday abandoned without a ball being bowled after persistent heavy rain drenched the Gabba ground in the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Marcia and rendered it unsuitable for the game.

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Australia-Bangladesh match delayed due to <strong>rain</strong>

Australia-Bangladesh match delayed due to rain

21 Feb 2015

Brisbane: The cricket World Cup match between Australia and Bangladesh has been delayed after heavy rain drenched the Gabba ground in the aftermath of Tropical Cyclone Marcia.

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BJP first list of candidates for KMC polls by 10th March

BJP first list of candidates for KMC polls by 10th March

24 Feb 2015

Kolkata: Taking lesson from the defeat in the recent Bongaon Lok Sabha and Krishnaganj assembly by-poll, the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) state leadership has decided to announce the party's first list of candidates for the coming Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) polls by March 10.

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Dry weather breaks rainy spell as minimum temperature rises in Kashmir

Dry weather breaks rainy spell as minimum temperature rises in Kashmir

21 Feb 2015

Srinagar: Srinagar and most other parts of Kashmir witnessed dry weather after five days of intermittent rains and snowfall, with the minimum temperature across the division, including Ladakh region, appreciating, even as the MeT Department predicted a fresh western disturbance early next week.

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<strong>Rain</strong> lashes Punjab, Haryana; Minimum temperature above normal levels

Rain lashes Punjab, Haryana; Minimum temperature above normal levels

20 Feb 2015

Chandigarh: Light to moderate rain along with strong winds swept several parts of Punjab and Haryana even as the minimum temperatures in the region on Friday hovered above normal levels.

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Six new cases of swine flu in <strong>Kolkata</strong>: WBHS Director

Six new cases of swine flu in Kolkata: WBHS Director

18 Feb 2015

Kolkata: Six new cases of swine flu were reported in West Bengal in the last 24 hours, taking the total number of infected cases in the state to 42, a senior health official said on Wednesday.

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Light <strong>rain</strong> likely in Delhi

Light rain likely in Delhi

02 Feb 2015

New Delhi: It will be a cloudy Monday here with spells of very light rain likely in some areas, the Met Office said. The day ahead will be partly cloudy and one or two spells of very light rain or thundershowers could occur in some areas.

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One Billion Rising Revolution global campaign comes to <strong>Kolkata</strong> city

One Billion Rising Revolution global campaign comes to Kolkata city

16 Feb 2015

Kolkata: To bring to light the sufferings of physically abused women and children, which has shown a rise all over the world, the global 'One Billion Rising Revolution' hosted its city show here with hundreds of kids matching their steps to songs.

One Billion Rising Revolution,   Kolkata,   physically abused women,   physically abused children,   One Billion Rising global campaign,  
Light <strong>rain</strong> likely in Delhi

Light rain likely in Delhi

03 Feb 2015

New Delhi: It will be a cloudy on Tuesday here with the possibility of spells of light rain in some areas, the Met Office said. Officials said over 15 trains were delayed because of fog.

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