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Polls get death zone a look
A mystery fever has caused deaths in a small village in Burdwan district since September last year, but nobody cared until today, when it threatened to become an election issue....  | Read.. 
 
Chancellor Viren Shah ‘distressed’
Governor Viren J. Shah today ticked off the authorities of Vidyasagar University for not filling up key posts in the var ...  | Read.. 
 
School head in teacher fracas
Headmistress of Netaji Centenary Junior High School for Girls Rita Das was allegedly beaten up by two of her colleagues ...  | Read.. 
 
Court asks OC to keep watch on top cop
The high court today ordered the officer-in-charge of a South 24-Parganas police station not to allow the district polic ...  | Read.. 
 
Writers’ wary of rebels
The government feels that extremist groups may resort to violence in certain areas in the run-up to and on the day of el ...  | Read.. 
 
CPM leader thrashed to death
A CPM leader of Kulpi in South 24-Parganas was beaten to death at his doorstep tonight when he returned home from campaignin ...  | Read.. 
 
Extremist hoax at Loreto Convent
Parents rushed to the Loreto Convent here panic-stricken after unknown callers told some of them that Nepal Maoists had sne ...  | Read.. 
 
Teachers at ‘training’, board results at risk
The publication of Madhyamik and Higher Secondary examination results may be delayed because of the involvement of a large n ...  | Read.. 
 
Mill closed, 5000 jobless
Less than a month before Bengal elects its representatives in the Lok Sabha, the doors of a jute mill on the banks of th ...  | Read.. 
 
Burning the midnight oil: Mamata Banerjee in South 24-Parganas’ Sonarpur at Monday midnight after a day of campaigning. Picture by Kishor Roy Chowdhury.