The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Balm, after the bruises
Tormentors have turned protectors and assurances have replaced threats. In a dramatic turn of events, Kidderpore’s Jha family is finally starting to feel safe thanks to the hand of compassion extended by Congress activists led by Kabitirtha MLA Ram P...  | Read.. 
Bandh hits flight path
Debbie Jhanginai, a non-resident Indian settled in Kenya, was to have taken a Calcutta-Mumbai Jet Airways flight on December ...  | Read.. 
Apathy toll on book bastions
In Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee’s bastion of culture, two state-sponsored libraries have remained for decades studies in administr...  | Read.. 
Cell data in hacker hands
City hackers have trained their guns on cellphone service providers. And more than one of them could be at work to make a poi...  | Read.. 
Focus on teacher stress
It is as important for teachers to remain stress-free in the classroom as it is for students, the ICSE schools have been told...  | Read.. 
Mystery of missing cops
On Sunday, chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee admitted that his police were not friendly to the people. What he could als...  | Read.. 
Foreign hand in healthcare foray
$500-million hospital, biotech research centre, medical mall and more

A 1,000-bed multi-speciality hospital with non-invasive treatment of tumours, a biotech research centre offering stem-cell th ...  | Read.. 
Monday afternoon traffic was the biggest casualty as the Esplanade crossing became the happy hunting ground for three batches of protesters. Mamata Ba ...  | Read
Hello, it's Tuesday, December 12, 2006
Roads to avoid
Quiz time
What's on in town
 You share your birthday with...
Yuvraj SinghYou are a livewire, always ready with an opinion and a snappy line. You have a ...Read.. 
Young Metro
Power to GeneratioNext...  | Read.. 
Court nod for market building
Justice Soumitra Pal of Calcutta High Court on Monday declined to pass an i...  | Read.. 

Sprinkling of stars at classical concert
Around 900 students, 8,000 enthusiasts and a sprinkling of stars will co...  | Read.. 

A legacy of social change
Father Gerard Beckers died on December 9 at 6.30 pm. He was 82 and had been...  | Read.. 

Parking lot, problems aplenty
The fate of the underground parking lot in front of New Market still hangs ...  | Read.. 

Europe edge for exclusivity
Calcutta has just acquired a brand new style stop in Vizyon. Housed at 23A ...  | Read.. 
Fashion focus at couture conclave
When some of the biggest names in Calcutta’s design brigade come face ...  | Read.. 
Social Register: Food fair, wheel power
What: A preview of Khaddyotsov 2006 food festival....  | Read.. 
The City Diary More.. 
Plant snag leads to power cuts
Boost for civic body
Fatal fall
House gutted
Monkey menace
Screen On & Off
Men of music & muscle
How they broke the ice
Kara care
Back to Bagan
Kenny for X-Mas