The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Post-Puja floors bonanza for BC Roy
Three newborn babies are crammed in a cot, two others share one oxygen tube ' this is the scene that usually greets visitors to Bengal's biggest paediatric referral hospital. But all this could soon change at the B.C. Roy Memorial Hospital for C...  | Read.. 
Coal blow to hill train
The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway has come to a halt because of insufficient coal supplies. ...  | Read.. 
CPM leader kin molested
Five CPM activists were arrested last night in connection with Tuesday's molestation of the daughter-in-law of Shefali Malak ...  | Read.. 
Pay boost to part-timers
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee found favour with part-time teachers in the state-aided colleges across Bengal when t ...  | Read.. 
Citu loses union rein
After 20 years, the Citu has lost control over the union at Tantia Concrete Product Factory here. ...  | Read.. 
Speaker code meet
Speaker Somnath Chatterjee has convened a joint meeting of the leaders, deputy leaders and whips of parties of both Hous ...  | Read.. 
No-parking bribe blow
A departmental inquiry has been slapped on a traffic constable and his annual increment put on hold after he was allegedly f ...  | Read.. 
Shopping cloud on bypolls
With 10 days to the Pujas, residents of Jorabagan, Shyampukur and Entally seemed to prefer shopping to queuing for casting t ...  | Read.. 
Flyover flood
It's 'technically impossible', yet it happened. Wednesday night's downpour left a stretch of the 2.448-km AJC Bose Road ...  | Read.. 
Heart surgery feat in city
The brief was regular: open heart surgery to rectify a congenital defect. But the condition of M. Biswas was not. ...  | Read.. 
Glare on clinic record tamper
Investigations into Dr Sushil Pal's murder show Biswajyoti Basu, the arrested owner of a clinic in Bally, had tried to l ...  | Read.. 
Model Sheena Chauhan displays “the world’s most expensive” kamarbandh, designed by Ishi’s. Bollywood star Bipasha Basu will walk the ramp, flaunting the Rs 2-crore piece studded with more than 8,000 diamonds, for Satya Paul’s Think Pink show in Calcutta on Sunday. Picture by Pabitra Das