The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Naxalite threat creeps to the south
The threat posed by extremist groups to peaceful polling continues to grow with little over a fortnight to go for votes to be cast in Bengal. ...  | Read.. 
Another arrest in Santiniketan
One more person has been arrested in connection with the theft of a sandalwood tree from the Visva-Bharati University co ...  | Read.. 
Signal slip puts trains head-on
The motormen of a train were suspended today for jumping the outer signal at Barharwa station on the Bengal-Jharkhand border ...  | Read.. 
Team probes sterile seeds crisis
A five-member team today visited the villages where farmers have complained of sterile seeds supplied by the agriculture ...  | Read.. 
Ramp drive for disabled voters
Nudged by the Supreme Court, the Election Commission has woken up to enable the physically handicapped to exercise their ...  | Read.. 
Unpaid teachers put on poll duty
The state government has put thousands of schoolteachers, yet to be paid for March, on poll duty. ...  | Read.. 
Politics tint in bloodshed
An SUCI supporter was shot dead at Kultali in South 24-Parganas and an attempt was made on the life of a CPM zonal commi ...  | Read.. 
Members of the All India Minority Forum stage a demonstration outside Great Eastern Hotel in Calcutta that disrupted the first state convention of the ...  | Read