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Stir in planters' bitter brew
As the crisis in the tea gardens of north Bengal deepened, the government today continued efforts to hold another round of talks with the planters and workers on Wednesday....  | Read.. 
 
Transport corp subsidy to stay
The government will continue to subsidise transport corporations, Subhas Chakraborty said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Allies pressure govt to talk to rebels
If the government had no problem talking to Subash Ghisingh to stem violence in the hills, it should not have a problem ...  | Read.. 
 
Divorcee to widow in court
From a divorcee, Anjali Ghosh became a widow in the high court today as it set aside a trial court decree of her marriag ...  | Read.. 
 
Glare on take-more, pay-less schools
The government today said it would soon evolve a mechanism to keep a check on tuition fees charged by private English-me ...  | Read.. 
 
Playing the jubilee jingle' Members of the Calcutta Chamber Orchestra perform at Calcutta School of Music. The concert was part of the school's 90th ...  | Read
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