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¬ís 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