The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Neo-natal unit on hi-tech path
Almost a week after 14 children died in 48 hours, the government on Saturday decided to upgrade the neo-natal unit of B.C. Roy Memorial Hospital for Children with more sophisticated equipment....  | Read.. 
Bus mishap bodies reach families
The bodies of nine passengers, killed in Friday’s mishap near Suri town, were handed over to the family members by the distri...  | Read.. 
Former staff rap ER split
Railway officials, including a former chairman of the Railway Board, on Saturday, publicly opposed the Eastern Railway bifurc...  | Read.. 
Probe panel starts baby treatment audit
The three-member committee probing the deaths at B.C. Roy Memorial Hospital for Children last Sunday and Monday has begun a “...  | Read.. 
Patient death sparks ransack
Local people ransacked a private hospital and assaulted doctors and nurses at Ariadaha, in the Belghoria police station area,...  | Read.. 
Union information and broadcasting minister Sushma Swaraj with (from left) former Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) president Sanjiv Goenka, CII youth forum chairman Harshvardhan Neotia and CII eastern region chairman Dipankar Chatterjee on Saturday. Swaraj attended a meeting organised by CII with representatives of the local entertainment industry. The problems faced by the local industry were highlighted at the interactive session and the minister promised all help. “We can’t announce region-specific policies, but given the abundance of talent in Bengal, we expect the region’s industry to benefit from all the policy measures,” said Swaraj. Picture by Aranya Sen
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9/11 victim ‘returns’ to hearth
His roots were in Imphal and he made it big in the city of skyscrapers — high on one of the twin tow ...Read.. 
Parents file torture case
An association of parents of Loreto Day School (Bowbazar) students on Saturday filed a complaint wit...  | Read..