The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Free-hand pledge to Great Eastern bidders
The government today said that any of the seven companies that it has shortlisted for a possible takeover of Great Eastern Hotel will be free to retrench employees or draw up voluntary retirement schemes for them....  | Read.. 
Retailers add steam to tea strike
Retailers joined the battle of wholesalers, downing shutters of tea outlets in response to the nationwide strike called ...  | Read.. 
Tiger snared from shed
It was an oft-repeated tale with a happy end. ...  | Read.. 
Time row at Visva-Bharati
Students of Visva-Bharati’s Uttar Siksha wing boycotted classes after those scheduled to begin from 6.30 am started at ...  | Read.. 
Jobless widow commits suicide
The 43-year-old widow of a North Bengal State Transport Corporation employee set herself ablaze after waiting 10 years f ...  | Read.. 
Front to plead with SUCI against bandh
The Left Front today said it would urge the SUCI to withdraw its bandh of January 27. If the party refuses, the front sa ...  | Read.. 
Man’s head found from paddy field mound
The severed head of a middle-aged man was recovered from a paddy field here today. The rest of the body was later found ...  | Read.. 
Wired-up state geared for info web
After tasting success with its government to citizen (G2C) portal, the state government is ready to set up a governmen ...  | Read.. 
CM’s appeal to unions falls flat in Hind Motors
In a stubborn defiance to chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee’s warning that militant trade unionism will not be tole ...  | Read.. 
Students of The Oral School for Deaf Children rehearse for Ramayan, a dance-drama to be staged on February 1. Picture by Pabitra Das