The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Deserted baby death sparks row
Trouble erupted in Behala after a day-old baby girl, who was recovered from bushes on the bank of a lake late on Friday, died on Saturday morning....  | Read.. 
Clash at Behala hospital
Pandemonium broke out at Vidyasagar Hospital in Behala when two rival groups clashed on Saturday morning....  | Read.. 
Smashan Swapan held
Crimelord Smashan Swapan was picked up from Patipukur on Saturday afternoon. ...  | Read.. 
Doctors’ meet to set right patient relations
The Calcutta branch of the Indian Medical Association (IMA) has taken the onus to improve the “strained doctor-patient” relat...  | Read.. 
State cell to probe medical negligence
Harried by a spate of charges of medical negligence, the West Bengal government will set up a cell comprising retired judges ...  | Read.. 
For them music is thicker than blood. The Band of Boys (Sheryl, Siddharth, Sudhangshu, Chintu and Karan) was in town on Saturday to promote its maiden album Yeh Bhi Woh Bhi that has already sold over a lakh copies. “We have waited for this moment for two years. Now the constant tours, plus the adulation, are like sweet music to our ears,” say the boys, some of whom have given up thriving careers in acting, modelling and advertising for music. The group has concerts lined up in Jakarta, Muscat and the UK. Picture by Aranya Sen
Bard’s second coming to town
The Bard is set for a comeback. After the success of the inaugural edition in 2000, when Calcutta wa ...Read.. 
Cash-starved varsities shun re-employment
Faced with an acute cash crunch, several state-aided universities in the city and elsewhere are doin...  | Read..