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Boy's brush with killer father
Soumyajit Dawn stitched together the moments of his five-year-old sister's murder at the hands of his father Somnath, a day after identifying her body in Rajgir....  | Read.. 
 
Power scare for summer
Vast stretches of south Bengal experienced another day of sporadic power cuts amid fears that the summer could make things w ...  | Read.. 
 
Victory cries ring in hills
As crackers were burst by GNLF supporters to celebrate their chief's success in getting Delhi to mull granting a constit ...  | Read.. 
 
Govt hints at hotel ERS extension
The government today indicated that it might extend by a month the early retirement scheme deadline issued to Great Eastern ...  | Read.. 
 
Land reforms part II: for industry
The government should bring about changes in its land policy if it wants more investment, says the UK's department for i ...  | Read.. 
 
Green rein on project
In an affidavit before the Supreme Court, the state pollution control board today said the Chandernagore municipal corpo ...  | Read.. 
 
Party eye on private schools
The CPM leadership today summoned school education minister Kanti Biswas and asked him to set up a committee to look int ...  | Read.. 
 
Left Front leader Biman Bose stood with a plastic bucket begging for money from pedestrians on AJC Bose Road on the first day of the Bengali new year. ...  | Read
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