The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Govt sets ball rolling for uniform varsity policy
The government today asked universities across the state to begin an exercise from tomorrow to explore the possibility of introducing a uniform pattern of management and governance in their institutions....  | Read.. 
RSP lines up college autonomy spanner
The RSP, a partner in the Left Front, today opposed the government’s decision to grant autonomy to undergraduate colleges, a ...  | Read.. 
Dairy talks with France & Denmark
Cottage cheese, chocolates and yoghurt will be made in the state with European help if the government’s efforts pay o ...  | Read.. 
House nod to privileged trade hubs
The Assembly today cleared the West Bengal Special Economic Zone Bill, 2003, empowering the government to identify and d ...  | Read.. 
Probe into ration for intruders
District magistrate Ashok Bala has ordered an inquiry to find out how illegal entrants from Bangladesh obtained ration c ...  | Read.. 
Wish list to Pak envoy
Regular cultural exchanges, partnership in academic pursuits and enhanced economic cooperation — Pakistani high commissi ...  | Read.. 
Graft-buster sent packing without reason
Weeks after chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee's call to bureaucrats to work fearlessly and weed out corruption ...  | Read.. 
Party and Big Brother ask Guha to be careful
Agriculture minister and veteran Forward Bloc leader Kamal Guha was today censured for his remarks about Left Front chai ...  | Read.. 
Painter Suvaprasanna welcomes Pakistani high commissioner Aziz Ahmed Khan at a Bengal Initiative programme as Russi Mody looks on. Picture by: Pabitra Das