The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
'Polluter' clubs taken to court
With the government casting a blind eye on the pollution in Rabindra Sarovar, the high court is set to step in....  | Read.. 
Bio-tech pioneer open to business in Bengal
Biopharmaceutical company Biocon is open to the idea of setting up its research facility in Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee ...  | Read.. 
Fingers in bag, man walks to hospital & nurses faint
His severed palm and fingers in a plastic packet, Babloo Kolay reached a hospital for help. The nurses on duty almost fainte ...  | Read.. 
Local hand in hotel killing
One of the assassins of Lalita Devi, 28, the woman found dead in a hotel room yesterday afternoon, might have been a loc ...  | Read.. 
Surgery OK, but patient dead
A medical negligence case was lodged against a private hospital after relatives of a 52-year-old woman found her dead in ...  | Read.. 
Terror for VIPs felled by infection
He was a terror for motorists and a headache for the administration, but hundreds gathered for a last glimpse on hearing the ...  | Read.. 
Scrutiny bares HS warts
Nearly 10 per cent of the Higher Secondary examinees who had applied for post-publication scrutiny this year got enhanced ma ...  | Read.. 
4 hurt in CPM clash
Two groups of the ruling CPM clashed last night over election to the village development committee at Susunia village. ...  | Read.. 
College turns into war zone
SFI and Chhatra Parishad supporters fought a pitched battle for more than four hours at Katwa College this morning, forcing ...  | Read.. 
Governor does a dengue recce
A day after the high court rapped the government for dragging its feet on dengue, it was governor Gopal Krishna Gandhi’ ...  | Read.. 
Son killed over repellent
A couple murdered their son today ' with the help of the youth’s younger brother and maternal uncle ' apparently over m ...  | Read.. 
Travel and Tourism Fair opened at the made-over Netaji Indoor Stadium on Saturday with traditional...  | Read
PM kin robbed
Animal skin