The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Blow to surplus land sale
The Supreme Court today ruled that the division bench of Calcutta High Court had badly erred when it cleared the sale of 300 cottahs of “surplus land” owned by the ailing Sur Enamel and Stamping Works to the Purnendu Chatterjee-owned Chatterjee ...  | Read.. 
HS council questions English-rethink order
The West Bengal Higher Secondary Council today appealed before a division bench of Calcutta High Court against an order of a ...  | Read.. 
Manish Gupta to join Sahara
Sahara India Pariwar has roped in former West Bengal chief secretary Manish Gupta to head its operations in the state. ...  | Read.. 
Rape, loot in Canning
Tension gripped the area after a 28-year-old woman was allegedly raped and shot at and three men seriously injured by a ...  | Read.. 
Medics denied bail
A doctor couple and another person arrested in connection with the murder of Chandan Sen, a general surgeon of the sub-d ...  | Read.. 
Suri opts out of Great Eastern
Lalit Suri’s Bharat Hotels has backed out of the final bidding of the state-run Great Eastern Hotels. ...  | Read.. 
Rebels protest police abuse
Activists of the CPI (M-L)-backed Nari Adhikar Rakshya Samity today began an indefinite fast in front of the sub-divisio ...  | Read.. 
Police inspect the mangled body of a car damaged in a collision with a minibus near the Gandhi statue on Dufferin Road on Monday. Picture by Aranya Se ...  | Read