The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Govt apologetic on Madhyamik, board to be ‘liberal’
Faced with a second day of uproar in the Assembly over the “tough” Madhyamik English paper and the mistakes in it, the government today regretted “the unfortunate incident”....  | Read.. 
Mother who shielded and teaser son denied bail
Sayantani Pathak, who was to appear in this year’s higher secondary examinations, was fed up with relentless pestering by a ...  | Read.. 
Van hits students after examination
Two Madhyamik candidates were critically injured here this afternoon when a speeding Maruti van ploughed into them while ...  | Read.. 
Court slap
The high court today pulled up a government employee for not obeying a lower court order to pay Rs 1,800 every month to ...  | Read.. 
CM aid alert to state units
The government today reaffirmed the notice it served some time ago on the heavily subsidised state-run transport corpora ...  | Read.. 
Police name mine blast mastermind
After days of little progress and complaining about lack of cooperation from residents in Naxalite-infested areas, police cl ...  | Read.. 
French keen on Bengal business
A French delegation led by the country’s industry (power and telecommunications) minister Nicole Fontaine has shown inte ...  | Read.. 
A member of the All-India Haj Committee sings Vande Mataram in Calcutta on Thursday at a rally to protest against an Agra cleric’s order excom ...  | Read