The Telegraph
 
  This website is ACAP-enabled
IN TODAY'S PAPER
WEEKLY FEATURES
CITIES AND REGIONS
ARCHIVES
Since 1st March, 1999
 
THE TELEGRAPH
 
Calcutta Weather
WeatherTemperature
Min : 19.20°C (+1)
Max : 20.80°C (-9)
Rainfall : 9.90 mm
Relative Humidity:
Max : 69.00% Min : 94.00%
Sunrise : 6:6 AM
Sunset : 5:36 PM
Today
Morning mist/fog. Later mainly clear sky. Minimum temperature likely to be around 16°C.
 
CIMA Gallary

Killings at Hooghly women’s home:
HC asks CID to hand over probe to CBI

Updated: 18 February 2013, Monday, 16.00 hrs (IST)
The Calcutta High Court on Monday directed the Central Bureau of Investigation to take over the investigation into the murders of three women inmates of a home for the mentally challenged last year, expressing dissatisfaction with the Criminal Investigation Department of the state police....   | Read..
 

Supreme Court stays execution of death sentence for Veerappan aides

Updated: 18 February 2013, Monday, 13.22 hrs (IST)
The Supreme Court on Monday stayed till further orders the execution of death sentence of four aides of sandalwood smuggler Veerappan, who were awarded capital punishment in 2004 for a landmine blast in Karnataka that left 22 police personnel dead. ...   | Read..
 

Ready to discuss all issues in Parliament: PM on chopper scam

Updated: 18 February 2013, Monday, 14.30 hrs (IST)
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, under attack from the opposition over the controversial helicopter deal, on Monday said he was ready to discuss the issue in Parliament during ...   | Read..
 

Nagaland Home Minister detained for carrying arms and cash

Updated: 18 February 2013, Monday, 12.44 hrs (IST)
Nagaland Home Minister Imkong L Imchen was on Monday detained near Wokha district for allegedly carrying a cache of arms and ammunition and Rs 1.10 crore in cash in a vehicle...   | Read..
 

Scent of Munna’s mentor

Trinamul leader Mohammad Iqbal (Munna) could not have eluded arrest for five days but for help from an influential section of the party, police sources said today....   | Read..
 

Dhaka alters law to reflect public fury at
1971 atrocity

The Bangladesh parliament today amended a law that effectively allows the state to seek the death penalty for a 1971 war crimes convict and defuse a popular uprising ignited ...   | Read..
 

Before flight, pasta is cold

If Arun Kumar Bal, the officer designated by defence minister A.K. Antony to co-ordinate New Delhi’s follow-up to bribery allegations in the VVIP helicopter deal, l...   | Read..
 

English akhbaar mein Hindi? (We’re
multi-tasking)

Hi. Tu kaisi hai? Maths kiya? Mein chahti hoon kal ka paper easy ho... But it’s okay agar paper difficult bhi ho, kyunki mujhe pichlee bar achche marks mile the... T...   | Read..
 

Rhino killed before protest

Poachers have preyed on yet another Kaziranga rhino, the horn-shorn carcass of which was recovered from the Bagori range of the national park this morning. This was the ninth...   | Read..
 

Morcha signals March offensive

The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha has announced a series of shutdowns in the Darjeeling hills from next month to demand Gorkhaland, blaming Mamata Banerjee for forcing its hand and ...   | Read..
 

Man held for bid to marry minor

A 60-year-old man was today arrested at Pahadidih in Muffasil police station area of Giridih after residents rang alarm bells while he was in the middle of getting marrie...   | Read..
 

Anti-Saranda mining chorus grows

Two Union ministers have voiced concerns over a move by the environment ministry to allow mining by new companies in the former Maoist hotbed of Saranda that is the focus...   | Read..
 

Whitewash for blacklist

A national monitoring panel’s prod to take stringent action against five ultrasound scan clinics for violating norms have gone unheard, setting a bad precedent for Jhar...   | Read..
 
Scent of Munna’s mentor
 
 
Quote of the day
The fact that India has dropped Gautam Gambhir is a positive step for Australia
Matthew Hayden
Nation RSSMore.. 
Big Brother to big bird, Britain's ache
David Cameron will not want his mission to India hijacked by the deepening "bribes" row over the UK...   | Read.. 
Calcutta RSSMore.. 
Bullet blackout in Writers'
The babus in Writers' Buildings saw footage of a man fatally shoot a police officer last Tuesday aft...   | Read.. 
Bengal RSSMore.. 
Tagore gifts back from Argentina
Visva-Bharati today received Tagore memorabilia that was in possession of writer Victoria Ocampo, i...   | Read.. 
Bihar RSSMore.. 
Now, study Nalanda and Nitish
Come July, students of history in Patna University will study the rise, and maybe the fall, of Lal...   | Read.. 
North Bengal RSSMore.. 
5 in hospital, Madan wife sees ruse
Bharati Tamang, the wife of slain ABGL leader Madan Tamang, today said she would request the chief ...   | Read.. 
Opinion RSSMore.. 
Work in progress
The world lauds us as the largest democracy. Yet, how much of a democracy are we and where must we i...   | Read.. 
Sports RSSMore.. 
'I play to make a point to myself'
Manoj Tiwary says he took a leaf out of Shane Warne's book. Or rather, the legendary leg-spinner's ...   | Read.. 
International RSSMore.. 
Packed for penultimate address
Foreign tourists and Romans packed into St. Peter's Square on Sunday for one of the last chances to...   | Read.. 
Business RSSMore.. 
Commodity tax on budget agenda
The finance ministry is considering imposing a transaction tax on commodity trading in the forthcom...   | Read.. 
Entertainment RSSMore.. 
Oscar goes to...
to begin the oscar week and coUnt down to monday morning (our time), t2 brings you up to speed and p...   | Read.. 
Jharkhand RSSMore.. 
Like monsoon in winter
Jharkhand's wettest February in three years has not allowed winter to bid goodbye and on Sunday, it ...   | Read.. 
Northeast RSSMore.. 
Call to merge tea sectors
The Indian tea industry has called for integration of small tea growers with the organised sector '...   | Read.. 
Odisha RSSMore.. 
Goons on prowl at hangouts
Lovers snuggling up on park benches or tucked away on a hillside to steal some moments of togethern...   | Read..