The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Private school location curbs on the cards
The government has decided to check the mushrooming of private schools in the developed zones of the state so that education reaches areas where the literacy rate is low....  | Read.. 
Crash kills 6
Six persons were killed and 26 injured when a private bus collided with a matador on National Highway-34 in Murshidabad ...  | Read.. 
Coal royalty rage at Centre
Finance minister Asim Dasgupta today hit out at the Centre for again denying Bengal its “legitimate” share in ...  | Read.. 
Job cry from Tata trainees
More than 200 students of the Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) in Howrah and Hooghly districts today boycotted clas ...  | Read.. 
Firing clean chit to cops
A government report has said police had to open fire in self-defence in Nandigram on March 14 and blamed at least two de ...  | Read.. 
Train alert
Train services may be disrupted on June 23-28 from 11.30 am to 3.50 pm between Bhandartikuri and Samudragarh stations o ...  | Read.. 
Builders face flat quota for the poor
The government is working on a policy to make private real estate developers reserve 15 to 20 per cent of their flats f ...  | Read.. 
Cong unity call to Trinamul
The Congress today used the Left Front’s 30-year milestone to renew its appeal to the Trinamul Congress to join for ...  | Read.. 
Actor Sabyasachi Chakraborty inaugurates The Telegraph Auto Fair in Calcutta on Friday. Chakraborty, a car buff, welcomed the growth in the Indian aut ...  | Read