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Parents bear brunt, police drag feet
Six months and a few broken bones later, the Burdwan district administration has woken up to the growing number of sons torturing their parents....  | Read.. 
 
Tourist terror tag slapped on jawans
Tour operators today accused the Sashastra Suraksha Bal of ruining the already battered reputation of Sandakphu by terro ...  | Read.. 
 
Lewd soldiers arrested
Six more India Reserve Battalion jawans were arrested this evening for rioting and lewd behaviour in a residential compl ...  | Read.. 
 
Hospitals in north without medicines
Hospitals in the district have been hit by an acute shortage of medicines. ...  | Read.. 
 
Village health check
The government will conduct a study to identify ailments most common in rural Bengal and on the average health of villagers ...  | Read.. 
 
Sangh eyeing 'em young
Drop in at Rabindra Sarobar in the south or Deshabandhu Park in the north of the city any morning and the scene is much ...  | Read.. 
 
Appeal on jobless dole
A National Advisory Council delegation led by social activist Aruna Roy met CPI leaders today to plead with them to ask ...  | Read.. 
 
Bankura gets a taste of industry
For backward Bankura, with virtually no industry, a small steel plant is more like a dream. ...  | Read.. 
 
Members of the band Cactus and the cast of a telefilm for which they will set the score in Calcutta on Monday. Picture by Sanjoy Chattopadhyaya
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