The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Electric pole snaps, kills jumbo
A wild elephant was electrocuted in a paddy field in Malbazar last night when an already damaged electric pole snapped and fell on it after the animal rubbed its body against the upright....  | Read.. 
Police hunt for MLA kin
A police hunt is on for Sanjoy Roy, the brother-in-law of CPM MLA from Rajganj Mahendra Roy, for shooting at and injuring a ...  | Read.. 
Bandh-beaters brace for strike-II
People of north Bengal believe the Trinamul Congress will be more successful in enforcing a shutdown tomorrow than the S ...  | Read.. 
Take money, forget rape
A salishi sabha in Kalaibari village asked the father of a rape victim not to complain to police against the accused ...  | Read.. 
Two CMs to keep hills busy next month
The hills are expected to witness a flurry of political activity with the chief ministers of Beng ...  | Read.. 
CPM strikes back, 1 killed in gun battle
The CPM today struck back, snatching control of two Nandigram villages from the Opposition in a gun battle that killed o ...  | Read.. 
Squatters stall growth projects
Development projects on unutilised railway land is suffering in north Bengal because of encroachment. ...  | Read.. 
PWD report on road repair
The public works department (PWD) will require around Rs 4 crore to repair the roads under its jurisdiction in the Kalim ...  | Read.. 
Film push to tourist spots
The Bengal tourism department has identified Darjeeling and the Dooars among nine destinations that will be promoted as ...  | Read.. 
An artisan touches up the face of an idol of Goddess Kali in Jalpaiguri on Tuesday. Picture by Biplab Basak
Driver ends life in taxi
Garlic haul
Railway fine
Body found