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Bengal juggles peace, protest
Welcome to the politics of peace and protest, Bengal-style. ...  | Read.. 
 
Excel in exam fails to stop mass exodus
The state seems to be ill-equipped to prevent Class XII pass-outs from migrating to other states to pursue higher studies. ...  | Read.. 
 
Attack spurs dharna against Posco plant
After a brief lull, tension has erupted once again in the area going to be affected by South Korean steel major Poscoís 12-million-tonne mega steel plant. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ransom hope for engineer
The Assamese engineer who was abducted along with two colleagues in Nigeria yesterday is safe and could be released soon because his employer has already paid an unspeci ...  | Read.. 
 
Direct line to feel-good Dav
BCCI officials meet coach, hat formally in the ring
The 1996 World Cup-winning coach, Dav Whatmore, has formally offered himself as a candidate to succeed compatriot Greg Chappell, who was Team Indiaís coach till last mon ...  | Read.. 
 
Asansol duo held for blast quiz
 
 
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on his chances of becoming Indiaís cricket coach
Pants down in club card room
Darjeeling Gymkhana Club, a bastion of genteel manners and polite conversation, is rocked by sc ...  | Read..
Asansol duo held for blast quiz
A Hyderabad police team probing Fridayís Mecca Masjid blast arrived in Bengal and detained ...  | Read..