The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Labourers thrash tea garden manager
Dealing a body blow to the government’s efforts to revive the closed tea gardens, another estate stopped operations on Saturday after a group of idle labourers who had been forced to work beat up the manager and two senior officials. ...  | Read.. 
Panel plan for jobless tea workers
The Left Front today decided to ask the government to set up an expert panel to look into the plight of out-of-job tea w ...  | Read.. 
Colleges to separate toppers from boys
The government will soon set up “lead colleges”, whose doors will only be open to meritorious students. ...  | Read.. 
Power plays truant at Writers’
Writers’ Buildings was dogged by power cuts throughout the day after a circuit-breaker in the power line burst around 11.30 ...  | Read.. 
Leak charge on varsity teachers
Calcutta High Court today rejected the anticipatory bail prayers of two lecturers of colleges affiliated to Vidyasag ...  | Read.. 
BSF guns down cattle smuggler
Border Security Force jawans shot dead a cattle smuggler, on way to Bangladesh, in Murshidabad early this morning. ...  | Read.. 
Doctors robbed
A gang of three raided the flat of a doctor couple on Bampass Road in Tollygunge tonight and decamped with Rs 15,000 a ...  | Read.. 
No cash to fill potholes
The public works department will not repair roads in the districts before the pujas for the second consecutive year because ...  | Read.. 
Satyasadhan Chakraborty talks to students after a programme to felicitate the toppers in the HS examination in Calcutta on Monday. Picture by Pradip Sanyal