The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Fire oils wheels of government concern
After the inferno at Indian Oil Corporation?s Rajbandh terminal that raged for three days, the government has decided to set up a task force to inspect oil installations across the state and make fire-prevention norms more stringent....  | Read.. 
Women?s panel let into in-camera hearing
The high court today allowed state women?s commission representatives to be present during the in-camera deposition of v ...  | Read.. 
Split blow to job promise
Mitali Pal has been waiting for nearly five years now to get a job since her husband Dulal, a group-D employee at the Mi ...  | Read.. 
Bye-bye message for cold fish in dry run
Fish-eaters in Bengal may soon have access to lots of fresh fish straight out of ponds instead of waiting for stored stu ...  | Read.. 
Homeopathy house staff
After deciding to hand over reins of primary health centres to homeopaths and ayurveds, the government will introduce house ...  | Read.. 
Buddha admits sunflower blunder
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today admitted that the government should not have embarked on the sunflower cult ...  | Read.. 
Kala-azar stalks Murshidabad
Nearly 150 villagers have been afflicted with kala-azar in 12 blocks of Murshidabad over the past two weeks, the highest ...  | Read.. 
?Witch? duo rescued from jaws of death
Two men were rescued today from a witch doctor?s altar of sacrifice at a Burdwan village, about 100 km from Calcutta. ...  | Read.. 
Magician PC Sorcar?s (Junior) daughters Mumtaz, Maneka and Moubani at a wizardry workshop for children at a book store in Calcutta on Monday. Picture by Rashbehari Das