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Steel assault arrests trigger backlash
Intuc leaders Rana Sarkar and N.C. Nayek, accused of beating up Durgapur Steel Plant deputy general manager S.K. Hazra Choudhury, were arrested today, setting the stage for a marathon gherao and high-voltage scenes in a court....  | Read.. 
 
Solar power boon
Nilima Maiti, a housewife, had little to do in her spare time till she came to know about a project to promote the use o ...  | Read.. 
 
Voter list norm relaxed further
State chief electoral officer (CEO) Debashish Sen today said the electoral rolls could be updated with inclusion and del ...  | Read.. 
 
Police tom-tom Maoist catch
The earth is caked with dried blood at places and the trees bear bullet marks at the site of an encounter between Maoist ...  | Read.. 
 
Plan to hire 2000 college teachers
State-aided undergraduate colleges will get relief from scarcity of teachers in the next two months with the recruitment of ...  | Read.. 
 
Union leaders Nayek (left) and Sarkar in custody. Picture by Rana Ghosh
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