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Parting nudge on Darjeeling
Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi today asked Bengal to introspect whether it had given to “the Eastern Himalaya” as much as it had derived from the “source of oxygen” and appealed to the Gorkha Janmukthi Morcha (GJM) to give up its agitation and join talks. ...  | Read.. 
 
21 die in crash blamed on divider breach
At least 21 people were killed today in a high-speed crash between a packed bus and a 10-wheeler truck illegally speeding down the opposite end of the same flank of the ...  | Read.. 
 
Soccer joins chorus to save jobs
Plans by Tata-owned Corus steel to “mothball” its factories in Teesside with a loss of 1,700 jobs in the new year have provoked opposition from soccer stars from Mi ...  | Read.. 
 
Six of family butchered
Six members of a family, including four minors, were brutally murdered at Jogdol village in Sonapur on the outskirts of the capital city today, police said. ...  | Read.. 
 
CMs to role models
There are campaigners and then there are star campaigners. During the ongoing five-phase Assembly elections in Jharkhand, the real stars on the campaign trail have been the c ...  | Read.. 
 
Phase IV logs highest turnout
The electorate in the 14 Maoist-hit constituencies, which went to polls in the fourth phase yesterday, appears to have celebrated democracy in a big way as the final turn ...  | Read.. 
 
Governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi bidding farewell at the tea party in Raj Bhavan on Sunday.Picture by Amit Dutta
 
 
All political organisations must together bring West Bengal out of the debris of bhangchur, bandhs and bomabaji
Gopalkrishna Gandhi
Manushi, the Maoist with a future role
A girl schooled in a tiny north Bengal hill town is making history in Nepal and looks set for a key ...  | Read..
Textbook titan who redefined economics
Paul A. Samuelson, the first American Nobel laureate in economics and the foremost academic eco ...  | Read..
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When the twain did not meet
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Morcha buses to help escape Morcha bandh
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