The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
'Favouritism' and recipe for progress
Differences within the Left Front have shown up at Calcutta University, with a group of members of its mainly pro-CPM syndicate alleging that three 'less qualified' teachers were appointed despite their opposition....  | Read.. 
Buddha booms at English baiters
In a rebuff to the All Bengal Teachers' Association (ABTA), chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today made it clear that ...  | Read.. 
Boy dead
Ritesh Agarwal, a Class XI student, was found dead tonight near Chatterjee International on Chowringhee Road. ...  | Read.. 
Loots 'targeting' women
Over the past fortnight, 15 houses have been looted in 12 West Midnapore villages, which form part of health minister Su ...  | Read.. 
Stop cribbing, CM tells north
The chief minister today asked the people of north Bengal to stop accusing Writers' Buildings of not doing enough for th ...  | Read.. 
Schoolgirl scripts a turnaround
When Salma Khatoon lost her father about two years ago, she was 12. ...  | Read.. 
A correction
A picture of Balai Ray, the advocate-general, was published inadvertently on Page 7 in yesterday's edition with the report, ' ...  | Read.. 
CPM 'link' to pilfering
The CPM leadership here is worried over growing resentment among the poor against ration dealers enjoying party favour. ...  | Read.. 
A statue of Mother Teresa being placed on its Park Street pedestal on Sunday. Sachin Tendulkar is due to unveil it on Friday. Picture by Pabitra Das
Husband lynched
New lab
Bank guard