The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Fee-hike fear takes parents to govt door
Fearing another fee hike in the wake of the recent Supreme Court ruling on minority schools, guardians of students of several Anglo-Indian schools in the city and elsewhere in the districts have approached the state government. ...  | Read.. 
Councillor wife goes missing
The wife of Tarak Singh, a Trinamul Congress councillor of Champdani Municipality, last night disappeared from the sub-d ...  | Read.. 
Tax tussle pits Subhas stadium versus pool
Less that 24 hours after the Salt Lake Municipality decided to slap property tax on Yuva Bharati Krirangan to target Subhas ...  | Read.. 
Trap for tigress nets thief, tiger
Frequent visits by a Royal Bengal Tiger, an elaborate trap laid by the forest department guards to deter the unwanted vi ...  | Read.. 
Patch-up mood in Trinamul
Keen to contain growing dissent in the party before the panchayat polls, Trinamul Congress chairperson Mamata Banerjee s ...  | Read.. 
Digha lines up beach festival
Come new year, and Digha will come alive with its first beach festival. Though late into the sea, sun n’ sand fiesta sce ...  | Read.. 
KLO, Ulfa face joint drive spectre
North Bengal police have sent “dossiers” of the top 20 Kamtapur Liberation Organisation militants to Assam police, prior ...  | Read.. 
Parash Pathar performs at a concert to mark World AIDS Day at Millennium Park in Calcutta. Picture by Aranya Sen