The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Swindler among sleuths
When a tip-off reached the CID headquarters that Minati Biswas, a home guard with the department, was hatching an extortion plot, the officers brushed it off as an attempt to malign the middle-aged woman....  | Read.. 
Shifted fair gifted sops
A day after deciding to shift the 32nd Calcutta Book Fair to transport minister Subhas Chakraborty’s home ground, the Publish...  | Read.. 
Cheats target mother of fraud
Bhaskar Mukherjee duped hundreds of unsuspecting investors, luring them to a joyride of the upwardly mobile Sensex in the cap...  | Read.. 
Spurt in footpath tile theft
After manhole covers, interlocking tiles on the pavements have emerged the target of thieves. As a result, the agencies respo...  | Read.. 
Boycott on campus
The SFI-led Postgraduate Student’s Union of Bengal Engineering and Science University (Besu) has started an “indefinite” boyc...  | Read.. 
Protests spike biotech park
Protests from students, teachers and researchers have forced Calcutta University to shelve its plan to set up a biotechnology...  | Read.. 
A passion to burn rubber
Car rally craze binds nine with zest for adrenaline rush

They are students, businessmen and professionals, but live for the adrenaline rush they get every time they don a helmet and ...  | Read.. 
Actress Koel Mullick is in rapt audience as her New York-based cousin Indrajit Roy Chowdhury practises on his sitar, ahead of a classical music soiree ...  | Read
Hello, it's Friday, February 02, 2007
College reunion
Book launch & marathon
Annual day & seminar
Art, lecture & job fair
Culture pill in prisons
The state government has introduced cultural therapy for the uplift of inmates of correctional homes ...Read.. 
German team for biz bond
A much-needed direct air link established by Lufthansa, Metro Cash & Carry gearing up to showcas...  | Read..