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Violence strikes cops & bureaucrats too
Six administrative officials, a civic chief, a deputy superintendent of police and seven policemen were injured in two incidents of violence in north Bengal during the bandh today....  | Read.. 
 
RSP leader, wife beaten
An RSP leader of Kaliachak and his wife were beaten up by a group of men allegedly owing allegiance to the Congress for cryi ...  | Read.. 
 
North Point in attendance row
The efforts of St Joseph’s College to discipline its students seem to have gone wrong, thanks to some “technical error”. ...  | Read.. 
 
Boost to auto units
Vendors planning to set up shop in the Tata Motors complex in Singur have reason to celebrate. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bandh hits normal life in hills & plains
A total disruption of normal life, a few skirmishes and more than 300 arrests marked today’s strike in north Bengal. ...  | Read.. 
 
DA merger: Good news for govt staff
Come April 1, and state government employees would be a happier lot. ...  | Read.. 
 
CBI set to dig ‘burial’ spots
The CBI probing Wednesday’s police firing may dig up all the places where villagers claim more bodies have been secretly ...  | Read.. 
 
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