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Road carpet for first CM trip in years

Ramkrishna Murmu of Chhotojibanpur, near Belpahari, is “very happy” that Mamata Banerjee will come calling tomorrow. Not because she will be the first chief minister since Siddhartha Shankar Ray to visit Belpahari, but because her trip has magically transformed the road that the marginal farmer...   | Read..
 

Neglect cry from hunger zone

In the past 40 years, only one chief minister — S.S. Ray — has visited Belpahari, one of the state’s most backward areas where six starvation-like death...   | Read..
 

Jhargram plan lapses

A report by the sub-divisional officer of Jhargram has questioned the “sustainability” of several development projects in Jungle Mahal announced by chief mini...   | Read..
 

Bed plea and rage of helpless daughter

A young woman today requested a group of MLAs visiting Burdwan Medical College and Hospital to arrange for a bed for her mother, who has been lying on the floor for nearl...   | Read..
 

Cow-hunt order

A Birbhum court today asked police to trace 17 cows and calves that were allegedly missing from custody. ...   | Read..
 

CPM return bid on land crutches

The CPM today led an agitation of farmers near Durgapur demanding Rs 2,000 as monthly allowance for the landlosers who have refused compensation cheques, in what is being...   | Read..
 

Buses stay off accident route

Buses kept off roads on the 8B route in Durgapur today after owners feared fresh attacks on the stretch where a Class I girl was run over by a racing mini bus yesterday....   | Read..
 
Governor MK Narayanan (left) and Visva-Bharati vice-chancellor Sushanta Duttagupta (seated) at the Upasana Mandir in Santiniketan where a prayer was h ...  | Read