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KLO makes cops’ wipeout claims sound hollow
The strike by militants belonging to the Kamtapur Liberation Organisation at Mainaguri is a slap on the face of the district police force, which has been claiming that the backbone of the outfit has been broken following the Bhutan flushout and ...  | Read.. 
 
Bloodstains remain
A wall peppered with bullets, a pair of bloodstained slippers and scattered glass from broken soft-drink bottles and all the ...  | Read.. 
 
Suicide pointer to potato plight
The plight of potato farmers in the state came into focus today when Surajit Debnath identified a body at the morgue of ...  | Read.. 
 
Steel hub retail boom
A branded supermarket chain is stepping beyond the limits of the city. ...  | Read.. 
 
Neglect slur after death
Mita Moitra, a mother of two who consumed poison, was allegedly left to die at the block hospital in Bethuadahari. ...  | Read.. 
 
Students shut down Visva-Bharati office
Visva-Bharati was on the boil this morning when angry students’ union members put the university’s administrative office und ...  | Read.. 
 
It ain’t no baseball: The game is cricket and the player, believe it, is from the US. Consul-general George Alison Sibley square drives in a match aga ...  | Read