The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Quote of The Day
‘It’s not possible to distinguish the gun-runner from the genuine labourer’
CIWTC official on the port situation

Commerce hub, mob arsenal
A few years ago, an air-conditioner manufacturing factory near the Kidderpore dockyard, on Hyde Road, and its adjoining godown always hummed with activity....  | Read.. 
DNA rubs off rape slur
With the DNA tests carried out on the three constables accused of raping a deaf-and-mute girl in a prison van coming negative...  | Read.. 
Beer bar on Currency Building kerb
Five years on, the Calcutta Municipal Corporation (CMC) has cleared the pavements along Currency Building of the barricade of...  | Read.. 
Guardians join fee-hike protest
Guardians, hitherto silent on the tuition fee hike for medical students, joined the fracas at Medical College and Hospital o...  | Read.. 
Test sample scurry, schools shy away
Worried over the “harmful effects” of fizzy drinks, the state government, the civic authorities and several city schoo ...  | Read.. 
Spotted, at Alipore zoo on Wednesday, the king of the jungle turning veggie. The zoo unveiled an open-air, moated enclosure for its lions on the day. ...  | Read
Hello, it's Friday, August 08, 2003
Road to avoid
Hard Talk
The Dolls Speak
When you made the world,/ what did you want'/ T...  | Read.. 
CINEMA More.. 
 You share your birthday with...
Debashree RoyYou are witty and charming. Creativity is your asset. You have the ability to ...Read.. 
Guest Column
Art and literature, music and dance, religion and spirituality. Rita Bhimani found in the hol...  | Read.. 
SSKM shows its best face
9 am. Place: SSKM Hospital. The ward floors are unusually clean and the ho...  | Read.. 

Brands brimful with coffee franchisees
Sweet, cold and milky, or black, steaming and bitter' A dollop of cream, a ...  | Read.. 

The City Diary More.. 
Second suicide bid succeeds in hospital
Onlooker hurt in gangwar
Burnt to death
Teachers’ selection
Dumped vehicles
Youth hangs self
Calcutta Column More.. 
How rotten Howrah’s bus stand is
Gaps to bridge