The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
CPM wrests Citu’s lost pride from Writers’
To smooth the ruffled feathers of Citu, the CPM’s labour arm that was ticked off by the party after forcing a bandh on the state last Tuesday, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee’s government has cleared more than 400 appointments that the union had demande...  | Read.. 
Naxalite killed
A suspected People’s War activist was killed in an encounter with police in West Midnapore this evening. ...  | Read.. 
Hospital probe after ‘neglect’
North Bengal Medical College and Hospital has ordered an inquiry into the death of nine-year-old Deepak Roy following al ...  | Read.. 
Girl sold in Punjab rescued
Sixteen-year-old Ruksana Khatoon, sold to a businessman in Punjab for Rs 15,000, was rescued yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
Minorities fear losing madarsa jobs
The possibility of fewer jobs for the minority community in the government sector, after the decision to recruit madarsa te ...  | Read.. 
Anil hints at obliging Laloo
CPM state secretary Anil Biswas today hinted that the party might give the Calcutta Northwest Lok Sabha constituency to ...  | Read.. 
Teachers strip & thrash engineering student
Students of Sikkim Manipal Institute of Technology will boycott their first-session examinations beginning tomorrow to p ...  | Read.. 
An ustad’s son and a pandit’s daughter performed at a concert on Sunday to celebrate three years of Swabhumi. Amjad Ali Khan’s son, sarod player Ayaan ...  | Read