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Mystery shrouds Singur killing field
Three murders in a span of 10 days — and for no apparent motive — have left police baffled and groping for clues....  | Read.. 
 
Essar chief to meet Buddha
Essar Group chairman Shashi Ruia is scheduled to meet chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee tomorrow and discuss some b ...  | Read.. 
 
Farmer consent list
The commerce and industry department will tomorrow publish a list of Singur farmers who have given their consent for han ...  | Read.. 
 
A spring in Writers’ step
The mood at Writers’ Buildings was upbeat from early afternoon as news spread of an impending meeting and the possi ...  | Read.. 
 
24-hour vigil on Mamata health
As Mamata Banerjee’s health deteriorated, the Trinamul Congress today set up a seven-member medical team to monitor the ...  | Read.. 
 
Bustle stays, not cheer
The 22nd day of the fast. Hordes, some from far-off Bandel and Contai, have squeezed in time from their Christmas outing ...  | Read.. 
 
Bus emptied, set on fire
A hundred-strong mob screaming anti-CPM slogans set a government bus on fire in Howrah tonight after ordering the passen ...  | Read.. 
 
Manoranjan Malik, the father of Tapasi who was burnt to death and dumped on a plot acquired for Tata Motors, participates in a protest march on Thursd ...  | Read