The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Exodus wheel turns: protesters storm in, supporters slip out
The men in khaki are very much in Sonachura two days after they left bloodstains on Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee’s hands. But they are fewer in number. And they are lying low, cooped up in Kadambari High School....  | Read.. 
Police this evening began driving out supporters of the Save Farmland Committee who had re-entered Sonachura earlier today. ...  | Read.. 
Mamata pat on Basu back
Mamata Banerjee today showered praise on Jyoti Basu for condemning the Nandigram “massacre” and for ticking off th ...  | Read.. 
Trains off
Several Bengal-bound trains have been cancelled for the next two days in view of the bandh. ...  | Read.. 
Bandh assault
Several officials and a politician paid a heavy price for turning up for work in north Bengal during the bandh today. ...  | Read.. 
March of mourners
Soumya Kanti Jana, 18 years old, is a strong young man. But today, he struggled to pull a cycle-van down the road from T ...  | Read.. 
Tower torched in Singur fury
As Nandigram burned, Singur, the flashpoint of the anti-land acquisition drive, turned on the heat today. ...  | Read.. 
CBI set to dig ‘burial’ spots
The CBI probing Wednesday’s police firing may dig up all the places where villagers claim bodies have been secretly ...  | Read.. 
Soumya Kanti Jana breaks down on seeing the body of his mother Supriya, who was killed in Wednesday’s firing in Nandigram.Picture by Amit Datta