The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Funds freeze on Bangla listening post
The Union governments’ decision to withdraw funding to one of its more important eyes on Bangladesh, the Centre for Research in Indo-Bangladesh Relations, in the midst of an army and fundamentalist crackdown on India-friendly “dissidents” there...  | Read.. 
Marriage mart in city
A city-based marriage-management agency will arrange a “selection ceremony” of prospective brides and grooms on December ...  | Read.. 
Nurses on district route
The government is working on a “unified transfer policy” for nurses after the “successful” shift of more than 250 doctor ...  | Read.. 
Bank shows way by swoop on defaulter
In an act likely to be followed by other financial institutions, the Union Bank of India has begun a crackdown on big b ...  | Read.. 
Students ill after meat lunch at hostel
Twenty-five students of a high school at Dinanathpur in the Auspur police station area of Burdwan fell ill yesterday ...  | Read.. 
Subrata VRS plan puts
Caught between socialistic rhetoric and realpolitik, the Trinamul Congress leadership is struggling to take a stand on m ...  | Read.. 
Citu dithers on closure protest
The monolithic labour wing of the CPM, the Citu, is finding itself in a bind trying to reconcile itself to the state gov ...  | Read.. 
Actress Moon Moon Sen with children at a pre-Christmas carnival in Calcutta on Sunday. Picture by Pabitra Das