The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Shah sings own praise in Raj Bhavan
Days before he relinquished the post last December, Bengal governor Viren J. Shah put up a plaque in the historic Raj Bhavan elaborating on the 'refurbishment of the decaying building and transformation of work culture' done at his and wife Anja...  | Read.. 
Rain and winds ruin tech mela...
Rain and gusty winds today flattened an entire block of eastern India's biggest computer fair, hours after its inaugurat ...  | Read.. 
...Relieve city
Yesterday's Nor'wester brought respite with the day temperatures dropping as a result, but left a worry over the weather ...  | Read.. 
Courts in idle funds trap
Funds for setting up 31 fast-track courts will be returned to the Centre this month as the state has not been able to eit ...  | Read.. 
Rains snap road, wash away huts
The sudden downpour yesterday has played havoc in Panchanandpur village in the district. ...  | Read.. 
Buddha sets tea tourism ball rolling
Chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today said the state government is all set to develop tea tourism, which would add to ...  | Read.. 
GNLF calls off three-day bandh
The Gorkha National Liberation Front today withdrew its proposed three-day strike beginning on March 16, saying the state go ...  | Read.. 
Japan deadline stricture
The Japan Bank for International Cooperation, which funds the city's flyovers and allied projects, has fixed a September 30 ...  | Read.. 
Feluda former driver in net
On the basis of leads provided by Noor Baksh ' the 19-year-old domestic help who was shown the door a fortnight ago ' an ...  | Read.. 
Mother ready to send Gudiya back to dogs
After days of silence about the fate of her child, eight-year-old Gudiya's mother Shanti Jacob told a crowded courtroom ...  | Read.. 
Suicide blame on live-in mate
A 28-year-old woman committed suicide early today leaving behind a note that put the blame for her untimely death on the ...  | Read.. 
The plaque installed by former governor Viren J Shah. Picture by Pabitra Das
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