The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Garden lockout after wage war
The North Bengal Small Tea Planters’ Association has asked its member gardens in North Dinajpur to declare a lockout from today after trouble with the workers’ union over wages....  | Read.. 
Child left on bus, cops play saviours
A traffic constable and a sergeant emerged heroes this morning as they rescued a six-year-old stranded in a bus after an hou ...  | Read.. 
Murder stone found
Regent Park police today found the shil noda (grinding stone) Swapan Biswas had used to bludgeon his wife to death on ...  | Read.. 
Recruit right to church schools
The state government has reverted to the system of allowing Christian missionary-run state-aided primary schools to recr ...  | Read.. 
Five die as bus falls into canal
Five persons were killed and 50 injured when a bus fell into a roadside canal near Krishnagar this morning. ...  | Read.. 
Cop clean chit eludes JU duo
Bappaditya Chatterjee and Kaushik Sarkhel have not been given a clean chit by CID officials investigating the Purulia tr ...  | Read.. 
Power-cut alert
Power supply will be disrupted in parts of the city tomorrow, from 9-11 am and between 1.30 and 3.30 in the afternoon, b ...  | Read.. 
Deaf and mute woman raped
Police arrested a 34-year-old man last night for allegedly raping a deaf and mute woman on July 31. ...  | Read.. 
Former state finance minister Ashok Mitra (left) releases Buriganga Theke Jamuna by former city police commissioner Satyabrata Basu (right) ...  | Read