The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Terror camps first, cash factories next
As Delhi and Dhaka trade charges over alleged terror camps in Bangladesh, police here claimed to have stumbled upon evidence of a fake currency operation in the neighbouring country....  | Read.. 
Storm subsides, blame game rages
Controversy over delay in broadcasting the cyclone warning for fishermen who ventured to the sea on Tuesday deepened followi ...  | Read.. 
Buddha merit mantra to terminate quota raj
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today trashed the practice of caste-based reservation of seats for students seeki ...  | Read.. 
Mass transfer for doctors
The government today transferred a record 200 teacher-doctors from Calcutta to the medical colleges in Burdwan, Banku ...  | Read.. 
Fishermen missing, counts differ
Three days after the cyclone hit coastal Bengal, the government said 117 fishermen and 15 trawlers are still missing but ...  | Read.. 
Bid to end court strike
Three days into the strike by lawyers in the state, the government called them for a meeting. ...  | Read.. 
Canadian minister for natural resources Herb Dhaliwal with dolls from his country at the Nehru Children’s Museum in Calcutta on Friday. Picture by Pa ...  | Read