The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
CPM split on policy, not Bengal
The CPM today appeared divided on the need to articulate its policy on land acquisition for industry separately from its existing policy on special economic zones (SEZs), but united on Bengal’s land acquisition drive. ...  | Read.. 
Goon picnic goes awry
Some 20 smugglers — all “wanted” in police records — who were picnicking in New Year’s Day with booze an ...  | Read.. 
Trinamul seeks Tata clarification
Trinamul Congress MLAs will visit Singur in turns from tomorrow and hold meetings there to protest against “forcibl ...  | Read.. 
Honest teacher corrects bank’s Rs 5-lakh error
A man who struggles to make ends meet with a couple of thousand rupees he earns giving private tuition to children went to h ...  | Read.. 
Solar power for rebel hotbed
A hundred villages in West Midnapore will soon be lit up by solar power in this Maoist stronghold. ...  | Read.. 
Shelter turns home, at clinic’s cost
A block primary health centre in Murshidabad has been lying virtually defunct as eight families rendered homeless by flo ...  | Read.. 
A hut ransacked by an elephant in the Rangdhamali area, about 20 km from Jalpaiguri. Picture by Biplab Basak
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