The Telegraph
Wednesday , May 23 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

IISCO deal to relocate deity

The impasse over the expansion and modernisation of the SAILís IISCO Steel Plant at Burnpur appears to have been resolved with the company tacitly agreeing to give jobs to a set of aggrieved land-losers....   | Read..

Delhi funds lie idle as Mamata seeks cash

The Mamata Banerjee government has failed to spend almost 30 per cent of the central funds allotted under several agriculture schemes in 2011-12, passing up the opportuni...   | Read..

Katju praises CM integrity

Justice Markandey Katju, the Press Council of India chief, has said chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s “impeccable integrity” and her “devotion to t...   | Read..

Trinamul ‘doubts’ BJP help on bailout

The Trinamul Congress today expressed “doubt” over the BJP’s “sincerity” in backing the ruling party’s demand for a central economic p...   | Read..

Suspended Basu leads CPM rally

Hooghly district CPM leadership today described Anil Basu, as an “asset of the party” even when the party top brass suspended him for three months on April 29...   | Read..

Govt not to raze Indira Bhavan

The government has decided to rename Indira Bhavan after poet Nazrul Islam and has no “immediate” plans to demolish the building, urban development minister F...   | Read..

Girl escapes traffickers

An 11-year-old Murshidabad girl drugged and kidnapped by alleged traffickers regained consciousness two days later to find herself in a car in Calcutta, spotted a cop on ...   | Read..
Partha Chatterjee