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Mamata keeps Singur programmes indoors

Chief minister Mamata Banerjee today cancelled some of the events that would have followed her administrative meeting in Singur tomorrow....   | Read..
 

Colleges not for violence: Governor

Governor M.K. Narayanan today said campus violence was not expected from students of universities and colleges in the state....   | Read..
 

SDPO to be shifted, probe into firing

Chief minister Mamata Banerjee today ordered a judicial inquiry into the Tehatta incident in which a subdivisional police officer fired at a mob leading to the death of o...   | Read..
 

Haldia rider for ABG’s Calcutta job

The Calcutta Port Trust will give a 10-year contract in Calcutta to ABG, the parent of Haldia Bulk Terminals (HBT), but with a rider. ...   | Read..
 

IB advice to handle crowd with tact

The state Intelligence Branch has issued Hooghly police a verbal alert to “tactfully” deal with the crowd that is expected outside the Singur block developmen...   | Read..
 

Farmers rue six-year-old ‘mistake’

Several “unwilling” farmers in Singur are ruing their “mistake” of not allowing the Tata Motors small car plant to come up and refusing compensati...   | Read..
 

Man falls off launch, feared drowned

A man in his forties is feared drowned in the Hooghly after he fell this morning from the roof of an overcrowded launch in East Midnapore. ...   | Read..
 

Panagarh road plan to ease NH traffic hits land hurdle

Villagers in Panagarh today prevented land department officials from conducting a survey for a parallel road to ease traffic on NH2 demanding the district administration firs...   | Read..
 
Meera Panja, who claimed she had gone to jail during the 2006 land movement, in Singur on Thursday. Picture by Amit Datta
Mamata keeps Singur programmes indoors