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Politics and silt choke Haldia

A weak global economy, reduced depth of the Hooghly river and alleged political brinkmanship have hit the business prospects of Hadia and caused the maximum number of one-time lay-offs during the rule of the Trinamul-led government so far. ...   | Read..
 

Bengal’s long walk for water

At least 53 lakh families in Bengal have to walk half a kilometre or more for drinking water, according to provisional census data....   | Read..
 

Maid body

An 18-year-old maid was found hanging in the East Midnapore home of water resources investigation minister Soumen Mahapatra. ...   | Read..
 

HIV tears lady away from son

A Nadia homemaker who tested positive for HIV and whose husband died of AIDS last year has been allegedly thrown out of her in-laws’ home and denied custody of her son....   | Read..
 
Nanos, one of the ships stuck at the HBT-controlled berth No. 8. Picture by Jahangir Badsa
Politics and silt choke Haldia