The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Bleeding hotel doors open to bidders
The 10 possible buyers of the 165-year-old Great Eastern Hotel will be allowed into the building this May to take a look at its interiors and scrutinise papers. ...  | Read.. 
Missing patients set off alarm
Alarmed by the number of patients fleeing the hospital everyday, the medical college and hospital here today decided to admi ...  | Read.. 
North pitches for agro business
After Team Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, the task of hardselling north Bengal as an investment destination was left to four d ...  | Read.. 
A tribe called Brahmin
Subash Ghisingh has officially demanded that all Gorkha communities, including Brahmins, be declared Schedule Tribes. ...  | Read.. 
BJP leader Vishnukant Shastri, who died in the Patna-bound Danapur Express yesterday, was cremated at Nimtola Ghat this ...  | Read.. 
Chocolate factory unwrapped
Bengal consumes a couple of tonnes of chocolate a day and spends over Rs 25 crore a year on the dark brown temptations. ...  | Read.. 
Blood stock dries up
An acute scarcity of blood has hit West Midnapore. ...  | Read.. 
Trinamul stops work
Supporters of the Trinamul Congress's trade union wing today prevented resumption of construction of a factory in the Du ...  | Read.. 
Book list stricture for HS schools
Higher secondary schools will now have to get their book lists approved by the council before they are given out to stud ...  | Read.. 
Ethnic chic: Actor June Maliah tries on bangles at a handicrafts fair in Calcutta on Monday. Picture by Pradip Sanyal
Gherao notice
Station death
Duo crushed