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Voice of life from the depths of hell

A 17-year-old boy who was pushed into an abandoned coal pit in Ranigunj by an acquaintance clung onto an iron pipe and banyan roots and rested his feet on a narrow ledge for six days inside the dark snake-infested hole 250ft deep without food and only dirty water to drink. ...   | Read..
 

Trinamul exacts parking fee

Trinamul groups set up illegal parking zones on roads around a fair in the Durgapur Steel Plant township and charged vehicles between Rs 7 and Rs 20 without the permissio...   | Read..
 

Microchip scanner on library

Visva-Bharati will introduce an electronic security management system (ESMS) in its central library to prevent books from being taken out without authorisation and also locat...   | Read..
 

Cong walkout over debt jibe

Congress MLAs today walked out of the Assembly protesting a mention in the state resolution for an all-party delegation to Delhi that the Centre had not granted moratoriu...   | Read..
 

Graft watch on babus

The state administration has decided to set up an anti-corruption branch to probe cases of graft involving government employees....   | Read..
 
Chintu Gope clambers up the ladder from the coal pit in Ranigunj on Thursday. Picture by Gour Sharma
Voice of life from the depths of hell