The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Strike applause only Citu can hear
A day after putting life in Bengal in a 24-hour freeze frame, the Citu, one of the organisers of Tuesday’s industrial strike, today claimed that chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee had actually appreciated the strike programme. ...  | Read.. 
Service trio on McKinsey map
The state government may soon appoint international consultants McKinsey to study three areas of the service sector — he ...  | Read.. 
New district policemen contest pre-poll shift
At least 15 officers-in-charge of different police stations in East Midnapore district today challenged in Calcutta High ...  | Read.. 
Chandan widow still awaits health job
Doctor Chandan Sen was murdered exactly a year ago. On humanitarian grounds, the health department promised to give his ...  | Read.. 
Captive till daylight
About 1,700 employees of Calcutta Port Trust who were held hostage in Haldia port by Citu supporters after they completed mo ...  | Read.. 
Students of Jadavpur University’s English department enact a play based on Kalidas’ Sakuntala to raise funds for a cancer charity in Calcutta. ...  | Read