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Since 1st March, 1999
Infy pricks, Buddha pledges
Nandigram is beginning to bite Bengal where it hurts most, emboldening prospective investors to voice concern in public and question the governmentís pace of work. ...  | Read.. 
Peace or not, full steam on industry
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today indicated that he would not give up Bengalís industrialisation to buy peace with the Opposition, going on the offensive ...  | Read.. 
Mizoram jawans die in Maoist attack
Ten personnel of the 2nd Mizoram India Reserve Battalion, currently deployed in Chhattisgarh, died as Maoist guerrillas blew up the jeep they were travelling in near Konta in ...  | Read.. 
Fight and give us a Test to remember
Pak injury-hit but donít forget the X-factor
Beginning today, former Pakistan captain Ramiz Raja will write exclusively for The Telegraph on all days of the Eden Test ...  | Read.. 
Infy pricks, Buddha pledges
We will move ahead with industrialisation for the sake of the future of this state
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee
Mumbai lands a goldmine
The Maharashtra Assembly today agreed to repeal the stateís urban land ceiling law, freein ...  | Read..
From mint to museum
In a recent lecture on the first coins to be minted in India by the British, Calcutta historian P.T. ...  | Read..