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Lawyers go on heat holiday
This time last year, the Alipore Court grabbed headlines after its lawyers successfully lobbied the Bar Council of India to allow them and their counterparts in the trial courts across the country to dispense with the regulation black gown and b...  | Read.. 
 
ĎVictimsí inside party camp, dacoits outside
Four Trinamul Congress supporters who fled their homes in Chhoto Angaria more than two years ago and took shelter in a camp ...  | Read.. 
 
Sen pitch for state at export summit
Industries and commerce minister Nirupam Sen today revealed the key tenets of the stateís export policy which, he said, ...  | Read.. 
 
Britain to step up aid
Britainís Department for International Development (DFID) wants to step up its grants to the state to Rs 500 crore ann ...  | Read.. 
 
RG Kar taps dry
Water supply at R.G. Kar Medical College and Hospitalís new emergency building snapped this afternoon. ...  | Read.. 
 
After Mamata, Sudip cosies up to Panja
Taking a leaf out of his leaderís book, beleaguered Trinamul Congress MP Sudip Bandopadhyay has begun to woo suspended p ...  | Read.. 
 
Bridge call to ease pressure on Farakka
Concerned about the increasing congestion on the bridge, the Farakka barrage authorities have called for a second span o ...  | Read.. 
 
Rape slander on Bloc supporters
A woman, said to be a CPM supporter, filed an FIR with the police here today alleging that Forward Bloc supporters raped ...  | Read.. 
 
Nirupam Sen with director-general of foreign trade L Mansingh (centre) and CIIís eastern region chairman Sanjay Budhia at the summit. Picture by Kishor Roy Chowdhury