The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Mass recruitment in time of thrift
The debt-ridden government is planning to recruit over 12,000 teachers for nearly 600 state-funded secondary schools across Bengal at a time when it is unable to pay the teaching staff on time....  | Read.. 
No bones about jobs for youths
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today asked the educated unemployed to get into business and get out of their “middle ...  | Read.. 
47 feared dead in cyclone sea fury
At least 47 fishermen are feared drowned and 630 reported missing in the high seas off the Sunderbans and Digha coasts ...  | Read.. 
Kids’ bid to shame cash-starved state
Non-government organisations have lined up a unique demonstration by children on November 14 — Children’s Day — in the c ...  | Read.. 
Strike cloud on Iisco future
An indefinite strike in three captive collieries in the Asansol area has dealt a body-blow to the Indian Iron and Steel ...  | Read.. 
Nirupam push for Purulia prosperity
Bengal’s western-most district may soon no longer be known only for its tourist spots and economic backwardness. The vis ...  | Read.. 
Sagar MLA daughter abducted
Trinamul Congress MLA Bankim Hazra’s daughter was kidnapped on Sagar Island today. ...  | Read.. 
Singer Usha Uthup and model Shonal Rawat flag off a drive in Calcutta to collect best-wishes messages for the Indian cricket team before the World Cup ...  | Read