The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Consent for change rolls in
There is a big story in the demolition of the squatters’ colony along the Beliaghata canal that may not be immediately apparent. It is about the convergence of political opinion and popular consent for change in Bengal....  | Read.. 
Cash crunch stalls DA parity with Delhi
The cash-strapped Bengal government today conceded it was in no position to pay dearness allowance to employees at the r ...  | Read.. 
Curb on teacher test replays
In a major policy decision, the state government will not allow the newly recruited teachers to sit for the school service c ...  | Read.. 
IIT student
Rakesh Jha, a third-year chemical engineering student of IIT Kharagpur, was reported missing from the college hostel sin ...  | Read.. 
Postal fraud sets off rush for savings
A fraud allegedly involving the postmaster of a sub-post office here has prompted a rush in five villages to withdraw de ...  | Read.. 
Lawyers extend strike
With the controversial court fee hike Bill slated for discussion in the Assembly tomorrow, agitating lawyers have decide ...  | Read.. 
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