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Race reopens for Mamata’s rail job
Railway minister Mamata Banerjee has withdrawn her own recommendation to the Prime Minister’s Office for the appointment of a particular IAS officer as her private secretary, restarting a pan-India race that involves bureaucrats and factions of ...  | Read.. 
 
Proletariat shatters boardroom class ceiling
Bengal’s proletariat has bowed to the dictatorship of a bourgeois habit: the air-conditioned boardroom. ...  | Read.. 
 
Party attack on station
Supp-orters of the CPM youth wing went on the rampage at Serampore station today after be- ing told to clear out because ...  | Read.. 
 
Boy in hospital for black trousers
A Class XII student who wore the wrong pants to school because his only uniform had got wet was caned unconscious by a t ...  | Read.. 
 
Maoists slay CPM leader
Maoists last night slit the throat of a schoolteacher who had earlier been made to hold his ears and promise to dissocia ...  | Read.. 
 
Girl dies in hostel horror
A 13-year-old girl was found dead and four others were hospitalised senseless after a group of suspected goons sneaked into ...  | Read.. 
 
Unlettered last year, teacher now
Dilruba Bibi is a sought-after woman in her village in Murshidabad. ...  | Read.. 
 
Sudheendra Kulkarni (left) at Mamata Banerjee’s house as Atal Bihari Vajpayee’s emissary when she was the railway minister in the BJP-led NDA government
Race reopens for Mamata’s rail job