The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Sudden blaze, flaming death
Barun Ghosh will never forget Friday afternoon. The man in his late-20s watched his 22-year-old nephew Apurba burn to death in the eatery-turned-inferno at SSKM Hospital. ...  | Read.. 
Scan on power bills
The state government is considering a series of measures, including extensive energy auditing and tapping renewable sources o...  | Read.. 
Doctor beaten up by hospital officials
Two senior officials of Mission of Mercy Hospital allegedly assaulted a doctor on Friday for trying to admit a former colleag...  | Read.. 
Curb-hotels cry to save Memorial
An environment institute has called for curbs on issuance of “fresh licences” to set up restaurants and hotels on Park Street...  | Read.. 
Peddler in police net
Raja Nayek, a drug peddler, was arrested in Dum Dum on Thursday night. He had allegedly been extorting money from traders and...  | Read.. 
On course, corporate camaraderie
Back in the early 1960s, Richard Duckworth could be seen hitting golf balls in the shade of the Maidan trees in the Theatre R...  | Read.. 
Tracks of fatal threat
Protrusion peril in vital stretches of the city

An eight-ft-long raised strip of tram track pierced through the undercarriage of an Alto on Lenin Sarani on Thursday evening. ...  | Read.. 
Smoke billows out of the room whose window eatery employee Apurba tried to break open to flee the flames. His charred body (encircled) can be seen against the grille. Picture by Bishwarup Dutta
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Total flout of basic norms
The fire at SSKM Hospital serves as a pointer to the condition of eateries at other government-run h...  | Read.. 
High court judge to HS examiner
A Calcutta High Court judge will double as a Higher Secondary (HS) examiner...  | Read..