The Telegraph
Wednesday , October 17 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

‘Quit’ signal from HBT

Haldia Bulk Terminals (HBT), the private loading company that laid off workers citing paucity of work, today said it would be “forced to withdraw” from the port if working conditions were not conducive and moved court seeking the state’s intervention. ...   | Read..

Hunger death cry on food day

A worker of a closed Jalpaiguri tea garden died of malnutrition-related ailments, an anti-hunger campaigner claimed on World Food Day today, swivelling the spotlight on a...   | Read..

Santiniketan ‘killer’ flees cops

An accused in the murder of a Calcutta lady in Santiniketan escaped from a Burdwan hospital last night when the two jail wardens escorting him were busy filling up forms....   | Read..

A Visva miles away in Lanka

The college has a Patha Bhavan and Kala Bhavan, but it’s not in Santiniketan....   | Read..

Fuel worry for Cong before rural polls

The Bengal Congress today said the Centre’s decision to hike diesel price and restrict the number of LPG cylinders would “cost the party dear” in the ru...   | Read..

Girl count drive after census jolt

The rural development department has decided to tell panchayats across the state to raise awareness among people on female foeticide as the 2011 census report has shown the n...   | Read..
A ship docked at Haldia port in September
‘Quit’ signal from HBT