The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Court skirts suicide probe
Calcutta High Court today declined to order a CBI probe into the death of Avijit Sinha, the customs officer who committed suicide after he was detained by police and allegedly tortured for suspected links with the People’s War. ...  | Read.. 
Nominee murder draws Alimuddin Street roar
Still a month to go before the May 11 panchayat elections, but blood has already started soaking the soil in rural Benga ...  | Read.. 
Rape hush-up deal eludes CPM
The CPM has failed to hush up a rape committed by the son of an influential party member in Krishnabati village here. It ...  | Read.. 
Couple suicide
Unable to bear poverty, a couple committed suicide by swallowing pesticide around midnight on Sunday at Jagannathpur vil ...  | Read.. 
CPM succour for Iraq
The CPM will organise a statewide funds collection drive on April 17 to purchase medicine for Iraqis injured in the war ...  | Read.. 
Marine life show in death swirl
The marine aquarium that opened here barely two months ago is proving to be quite a damp squib for eager tourists. Sever ...  | Read.. 
Dona Ganguly inaugurates a fund-raiser for street children in a Calcutta hotel. Picture by Pabitra Das