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Saturday , September 29 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Port workers beaten, security onus on govt

The Calcutta Port Trust (CPT) today put the onus of maintaining law and order at the Haldia port on the government, hours after which a group of sacked workers and manual berth labourers allegedly assaulted those unloading a ship....   | Read..

Maoists end lull before polls

Jungle Mahal today witnessed the first killing by suspected Maoists since the security forces gunned down rebel leader Kishan last November, with a Trinamul activist shot...   | Read..

Trinamul poll vault on coal theft

Coal smuggling has started again in Durgapur and Asansol with the alleged backing of a section of local Trinamul leaders that fears losing the support of around 1.5 lakh peop...   | Read..

Bus crash kills lady

A woman was today killed when a speeding bus overturned trying to negotiate a bend on the Burdwan-Nabadwip state highway, the third accident claiming two lives in a month...   | Read..

Rs 10-lakh fine for doc ‘negligence’

The Hooghly consumer forum today ordered a doctor and a private nursing home to pay Rs 10.10 lakh to a woman for “medical negligence”. ...   | Read..

Hooch cash in post offices

Calcutta High Court today directed the government to deposit Rs 2 lakh for a year in a post office account in the name of the next of kin of each of the 172 Diamond Harbo...   | Read..

Note or vote, CM asks Delhi

Mamata Banerjee today slammed the Centre for the hike in diesel prices, cap on subsidised LPG cylinders and the service tax on AC train fares, saying it would have to cho...   | Read..

Cop clash

At least 20 people, including five policemen, were injured in a clash between the law enforcers and villagers at Kakdwip in South 24-Parganas today....   | Read..

Life in jail for 7 rebels

A Bankura court today sentenced to life imprisonment seven persons for their involvement in Maoist activities. ...   | Read..
Slain Trinamul supporter Girish Sahish’s feet stick out of a bush in Jambedia on Friday. Picture by Samir Mondal
Maoists end lull before polls