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Biman fires fall-in-line notice at allies
Like the beleaguered head of a joint family trying to buy peace with assertive members, the CPM today asked its partners in the Left Front to stop sniping at it. A weakened CPM will mean a wobbly front, party leader and chairman of the ruling co...  | Read.. 
 
Green Revolution father lists remedies
Investment in agriculture in the state has gone down in the past eight years because of poor infrastructure in rural Ben ...  | Read.. 
 
Fresh flare-up breaks North Dinajpur lull
As the Congress threatened to withdraw its panchayat candidates from Chopra, fresh violence broke out in Raiganj and Islampu ...  | Read.. 
 
Court rejects Champala rape charge
In a verdict that will pep up the CPM before Sunday’s panchayat election, the Alipore court today acquitted five person ...  | Read.. 
 
Atal calls, state chief silent
Tapan Sikdar today described yesterday’s attack on him as “pre-planned by a section of CPM workers”. ...  | Read.. 
 
BSF mends road & ties with border villagers
The Border Security Force is showcasing this village close to the country’s border with Bangladesh as an example of its ...  | Read.. 
 
Tapan Sikdar at the nursing home on Tuesday. Picture by Amit Datta