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Housing on industry land hits CPM wall
When the government and the CPM are caught in a battle on multiple fronts to make sure that land lying idle in closed industries is put into use, the party's city unit has put up stiff resistance to a proposed housing project on the premises of ...  | Read.. 
 
Power vacuum shuts plant
When the government is busy wooing industries to Bengal and boasting of its power sufficiency, an entrepreneur has had t ...  | Read.. 
 
Boss bears trainee transfer brunt
When investment in north Bengal was looking up and the region was being touted as an ideal destination, a senior manager of ...  | Read.. 
 
Relief in sight, but school goes
After living for a month under leaking tarpaulin sheets, 400 families of two villages in Murshidabad, who saw their home ...  | Read.. 
 
Teacher held for teasing
A 50-year-old mathematics teacher was woken up from sleep and picked up by police from his home in Hooghly late last nig ...  | Read.. 
 
Bystander killed in pile-up
Twenty-year-old Juber Alam, who was stanfing on the edge of a footpath, was killed by a taxi near Esplanade this evening aft ...  | Read.. 
 
Pranab stays with his team
As expected, defence minister Pranab Mukherjee will continue as the state Congress president in the run-up to next year& ...  | Read.. 
 
Villagers inspect a house damaged by an elephant that wreaked havoc across three tea gardens of the Sukna region on Sunday. ...  | Read
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