The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
High court picks holes in drug law
Calcutta High Court today said amendments made to the Narcotic Drug and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1995, by the Centre and the state in 2001 were unconstitutional because they had introduced loopholes in the law which is considered the mainsta...  | Read.. 
Cong resigned to vote split
State Congress chief Pranab Mukherjee today said anti-Left Front votes are bound to be split as Mamata Banerjee remains ...  | Read.. 
Train brakes before crack in track
The Howrah-Chakradharpur passenger train carrying over 200 travellers averted a possible mishap following timely detecti ...  | Read.. 
Affair whiff in student death
Police today arrested a 17-year-old schoolboy and a youth from Kalyani in connection with the murder of Amit Saha, whose ...  | Read.. 
Age distortion costs job and pay of 25 years
A Murshidabad woman lost her government job of 25 years today when Calcutta High Court set aside her appointment given in Ap ...  | Read.. 
Pilgrims take a holy dip at Ganga Sagar on Makar Sankranti. Picture by Kishor Roychoudhury