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CRPF ignored tip-off on Maoists: Police

The state intelligence branch (IB) had tipped off the CRPF about Maoists regrouping in Goaltore’s Metala forest, where two jawans were killed by rebels yesterday, when it learnt that the paramilitary force was planning a training camp there....   | Read..
 

Mall pioneer at a time people took off shoes to enter

When Durgapur’s first mall opened 11 years ago, its owner had to hire boys and girls for Rs 50 each a day to increase footfall. ...   | Read..
 

Hospital fire

A fire broke out in the gynaecology department of the Calcutta Medical College Hospital late tonight. ...   | Read..
 

Coal kingpin arrested

Alleged coal smuggler Kale Singh, who had come into the limelight by sharing the stage with Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee in 2010, was arrested this afternoon in connection wit...   | Read..
 

Eye on bypoll, Cong to go soft on govt

Bengal Congress minder Shakeel Ahmed today urged party workers in Murshidabad to avoid “a virulent attack” on the Mamata Banerjee government, the move apparen...   | Read..
 

Joshi’s open-door hint to Mamata

Senior BJP leader Murli Manohar Joshi today said “our doors are open for everybody” when asked if his party wanted to forge an alliance with Mamata Banerjee i...   | Read..
 

Prisoner on fast

A youth arrested in connection with the murder of a Class II girl in Asansol has been sitting on a hunger strike since last evening alleging wrongful confinement....   | Read..
 

MLA ‘block’ in plans worth Rs 86 lakh

A block official in West Midnapore has alleged that he was unable to implement projects worth over Rs 80 lakh that have to be completed by this month because the local T...   | Read..
 
CRPF jawans comb Metala forest after the encounter on Monday. Picture by Samir Mondal