The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Court issues English policy order
Calcutta High Court has asked the government and the West Bengal Council for Higher Secondary Education to come up with an education policy spelling out their plan about English as a subject after hearing a flurry of petitions from students...  | Read.. 
Meet at IIT
COMPOSIT 2003, a meeting of the Congress of Metallurgical Professionals involving Students, Industry and Teachers, will ...  | Read.. 
Mamata boost to Friday bandh
The Party for Democratic Socialism (PDS) today seemed optimistic about the success of the dawn-to-dusk bandh it has call ...  | Read.. 
Buddha pulls up vocal colleagues
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today took strong exception to public criticism of government policies and perfor ...  | Read.. 
Naxalite death cloud on CPM
A Naxalite leader was shot dead at a crowded village market near here this evening by unknown miscreants, who ...  | Read.. 
Nirupam cracks whip on local-job musclemen
Three days after Jyoti Basu repented encouraging militant trade unionism, industry minister Nirupam Sen said the governm ...  | Read.. 
Seized wood for school plea
The Sunderbans development department is eyeing timber seized by the forest department from smugglers worth about Rs 20 ...  | Read.. 
Bangladeshi artist Shahabuddin (playing the flute) rehearses with renowned Kathak dancer Chitresh Das for a programme, Art of Rhythm, in Calcutta on J ...  | Read