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Calcutta,

city in India.
Calcutta technique - a technique used in therapeutic irradiation by infrared rays; first observed in Calcutta, India.
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Kolkata Metro Managing Director PC Sharma stated that the committee will be deciding the compensation amount to the residents but Kolkata Metro is committed to providing rehabilitation of the residents and rebuilding their houses.
CPR Kolkata- Bentinck Street is located at 7A, Bentinck Street, Kolkata, West Bengal, 700001.
But Yusuf Pathan is striking the ball sweetly, scoring 63 not out in the reverse fixture earlier this month, and he is a big price at 8-1 to top-score for Kolkata.
On Monday, the West Bengal chief minister convened a meeting with representatives from the city's business community at the Kolkata Town Hall.
Etihad operates a two-cabin A320 between Abu Dhabi and Kolkata which is configured to carry 136 passengers, with 16 in Business Class and 120 in Economy Class.
This will boost the aviation sector and strengthen Kolkata's cultural and business connections.
Hirak Dasgupta from Sharjah said: "There is one Qatar Airways flight which goes to Kolkata via Doha, but it takes off and lands at unearthly hours.
After serving a decade in different jails of Kolkata, the duo is lodged at cell-13 of the Alipore jail Kolkata.
If Tendulkar strikes form again then it will be tough for Kolkata.
Kolkata, India, a dynamic metropolis of more than 15 million people that sprawls for more than 20 miles on both banks of the Hooghly River, defies every effort at categorization.
Indian carrier Kingfisher Airlines launched a daily direct service between Kolkata, India, and Dhaka, Bangladesh, on 15 May 2009.
To the Editor: The National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases (ICMR), Kolkata, India, conducted a serologic study in July 2003 to determine the rate of hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection of brothel-based commercial sex workers.