The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Stench of vice from vicinity of museum
Several suspects were questioned in the past two days, but police seemed clueless about the thieves of the Buddha head that went missing from Indian Museum and many archives appeared easy hunting grounds....  | Read.. 
Fake note quartet in custody
An alert following the theft of the Buddha head from the Indian Museum led city police to a fake currency racket with in ...  | Read.. 
Checking push in varsity
Burdwan University authorities are working on a scheme to upgrade its undergraduate examination system ' mainly by improving ...  | Read.. 
Minister calls for hospital shelters
Health minister Surjya Kanta Mishra has asked non-government organisations to construct temporary accommodation at various h ...  | Read.. 
Green light to court holiday
Calcutta High Court has allowed the 201 subordinate courts across the state to close for a fortnight's summer vacation from ...  | Read.. 
CPM district revamp with eye on polls
The CPM has decided to revamp the district committee in Murshidabad before the Assembly elections slated for 2006. ...  | Read.. 
Ghisingh blasts hill council
Hundreds of people feasted at a picnic organised by the Gorkha National Liberation Front even as Subash Ghisingh threatened ...  | Read.. 
Patients hit on new year
The first day of 2005 brought disaster for over 500 patients at Burdwan Medical College and Hospital when cleaners and secur ...  | Read.. 
PM's sister leads aid effort
She's quiet and diffident and makes it a point of staying away from the limelight. However, tomorrow Pritam Kaur will walk r ...  | Read.. 
Poison map with satellite aid
The state pollution control board will prepare a pollution map of the city in collaboration with the science and technol ...  | Read.. 
500 in net on last night out of 2004
The city partied through the last night of 2004 and many of the revellers kept police on their toes. ...  | Read.. 
Global tender for mart makeover
The management of the city's mega flower mart, Mullickghat, is set to float global tenders for the construction of a pro ...  | Read.. 
Support for brilliance against odds
From 45 to 62. Dr Moni Bhaumik Educational Foundation took 17 more students under its fold at a programme in the city today. ...  | Read.. 
Prisoners' purse for tsunami survivors
Hatim Ali Mollah, who has been in Presidency Jail for over 13 years on the charge of murdering his wife, has become a so ...  | Read.. 
The crowd cheers galloping colts at Calcutta Racecourse during the derby on Day I of 2005. Picture by Sanjoy Chattopadhyaya
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