The Telegraph
Wednesday , September 19 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Study funds hope for Bengal

The Planning Commission has approved a proposal to increase the Centreís share of funds under the Sarva Siksha Abhiyaan (SSA) for 11 states, including Bengal. ...   | Read..

Singur face-off

The Congress will for the first time hold a public meeting condemning forcible land acquisition in Singur, the date and venue coinciding with Trinamul’s annual Blac...   | Read..

Ration and voter cards to get death certificates

The East Midnapore administration has asked civic bodies, panchayats and block development officers (BDOs) to issue death certificates only after taking the ration cards ...   | Read..

Exam fraud slur on leader

A CPM leader in Birbhum has been accused of supplying fake marksheets, certificates and admit cards of school-leaving exams for money. ...   | Read..

Strike takes toll on schools

Classes in rural areas of south Bengal were affected today as many students and teachers could not attend school because of the private bus strike, which entered its second d...   | Read..

Cop praises CM, draws flak from CPM, Cong

The North Dinajpur police superintendent has been criticised by the CPM and the Congress for praising Mamata Banerjee in public, with both parties saying such comments by...   | Read..

Three killed as truck rams into tea stall

Three persons were killed when a truck trying to negotiate potholes on an NH 34 stretch rammed into a tea stall in Malda yesterday. ...   | Read..
Drummers in Asansolís Bhanora practise on Tuesday, with only a month left for Durga Puja. ...  | Read