The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
BSF suspends jawans, probe on
Eight BSF jawans have been suspended on charges of beating up a 19-year-old student, which resulted in his death on Monday night. ...  | Read.. 
Digital ration card to fight fakes
The Bengal food department is seriously thinking of introducing digitised ration cards in order to purge the system of f ...  | Read.. 
Teenager shot dead
A teenage boy, Biswajit Mondol, was shot dead by one of his companions in a house located in the rail-way colony here th ...  | Read.. 
Mike monitor for hospital docs on duty
With scant regard for sound restrictions, DYFI supporters today “monitored” on-duty doctors with blaring microphones, a ...  | Read.. 
Betrayal cloud on potter luck
Eyes on the overcast sky, Shyam Pal mumbles prayers as his hands alternate between spinning the potter’s wheel and mouldin ...  | Read.. 
BPO owner flees as unpaid bills mount
Within six months of opening an office in town, a BPO has come under scanner for fraud. ...  | Read.. 
Land info at the click of a mouse
The Bengal government, having burnt its fingers over sundry land rows in the southern part of the state, has come out w ...  | Read.. 
Undertrial dies in Kurseong
An undertrial in the correctional home here died this morning. ...  | Read.. 
Writer lends voice to circuit bench demand
Writer Debesh Roy, who hails from Jalpaiguri, has thrown in his support in favour of the circuit bench movement. ...  | Read.. 
Another death in Bharnobari
Another worker of the Bharnobari tea estate died of acute malnutrition this morning. ...  | Read.. 
Bigger kitty for hill state growth
The Planning Commission has pegged the annual plan outlay for Sikkim at Rs 691.14 crore, against the Rs 550 crore sanctioned ...  | Read.. 
DIG appeals for peace
The deputy-inspector-general (DIG) of police, Malda range, Benoy Chakrabarty, held street corners in villages here toda ...  | Read.. 
Mall first in heritage town
The town of kings and princes has come of age. ...  | Read.. 
Students part of clean-up plan
This spring, the hill town will be a prettier sight with cleaner and black-topped roads, coupled with flowers in bloom. ...  | Read.. 
‘Standard’ fare for tiny tots
Efforts are on to “standardise” Montessori and primary-level education in the hills to improve the overall quality of ed ...  | Read.. 
DYFI supporters demonstrate in front of the BSF vehicles. Picture by Abhijit Chakrabarty
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