The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Pushed to death for travel in ladies' coach
The body of a youth, which the police believe is that of the passenger pushed out of the ladies' compartment of a local train by a travelling ticket examiner yesterday, was found today. ...  | Read.. 
Mine close shave in rebel territory
A police team on the lookout for Naxalites last night recovered two powerful landmines planted on the road to a forest i ...  | Read.. 
River power set to debut after commercial stamp
Tidal waves will be tamed to generate electricity in Bengal with the power department giving its green signal for the in ...  | Read.. 
Pranab backs talks
State Congress president Pranab Mukherjee today indicated that the party would continue talking to Trinamul Congress lea ...  | Read.. 
Border guards in AIDS defence
Alarmed over the detection of 15 full-blown AIDS cases among jawans on duty along the Bangladesh border, the BSF has lau ...  | Read.. 
Mahajot gains ground
A day after Mamata Banerjee ruled out an alliance with the Congress, till it shared power with the CPM at the Centre, Un ...  | Read.. 
Vaccine boycott in exam protest
Parents of about 700 schoolchildren today boycotted the pulse polio programme in Nadia to protest against a decision pre ...  | Read.. 
A duo at an exhibition of German photographer Stefan Moses's works at the Seagull Arts and Media Resource Centre on Sunday. Picture by Pabitra Das
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