The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Jewel thief held with booty
A little over a week after he had decamped with jewellery and watches worth over Rs 35 lakh from a Tanishq showroom on Sevoke Road here, police arrested Arup Kumar Ram, alias Sunil Mahato, from Lake Town in Calcutta on Sunday. ...  | Read.. 
4 held for minor marriage
A woman has been arrested today on the charge of fixing marriage of her minor daughter (14) with a 40-year-old man. ...  | Read.. 
Survival lessons for Bhutan orphans
When the 40-something Ambika Dhital came to the refugee camp over a decade ago, pushed out of her Bhutan homeland in the ...  | Read.. 
Trader's wife seeks CM help
After a long wait of 17 days, the wife of the kidnapped silk trader of Kaliachak today wrote to chief minister Buddhadeb ...  | Read.. 
Shutdown threat from Mamata
Mamata Banerjee today threatened a 'bandh-like' situation across the state on Thursday when Salim Group boss Benny Santo ...  | Read.. 
Timber haul worth a lakh
Forest officials have arrested three timber smugglers, including a woman, from the Milanpally area here last night ...  | Read.. 
Naxalbari reeling from sting strike
Another person, suspected to be suffering from malaria, died today at North Bengal Medical College and Hospital (NBMCH). ...  | Read.. 
Court plea on boy custody
Forty days after a 10-year-old boy was found unconscious on the banks of the Mujnai in the Ghoshkadanga police station a ...  | Read.. 
Man dies in police shelter
Mystery shrouds the death of a 40-year-old man who had reportedly taken shelter at the Kotwali police station yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
Road trouble in heritage town
The historical town is developing festering sores. ...  | Read.. 
Cop axed for late arrival
The officer-in-charge of Kochadhaman police station in Kishanganj district of Bihar has been suspended on charges of lat ...  | Read.. 
Bloc meet to battle Bangshi
Veteran Forward Bloc leader and agricultural minister Kamal Guha has called a public meeting at Prantik Bazar in Dinahta ...  | Read.. 
Rush to offbeat spots
In a recent trend, domestic tourists are increasingly bypassing Darjeeling town and heading for more offbeat destination ...  | Read.. 
Trade hit by pass closure
The carding brush manufacturing industry is dying a slow death here due to lack of demand. ...  | Read.. 
Kunkis, pet elephants of the forest department, carry their food at Dhupjhora in the Gorumara National Park area. Picture by Biplab Basak
Minister asked to surrender