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Rural poll makes Mamata walk Haldia tightrope

Chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s silence over the Haldia mess reflects not only the compulsions of local Trinamul politics but also the need to humour satraps till the panchayat polls are over....   | Read..
 

HBT workers flee for the night or for good

Nearly 100 employees of Haldia Bulk Terminals (HBT) have either fled their homes, or are spending the night elsewhere fearing attacks by retrenched workers after three compan...   | Read..
 

Kerosene cure for fare limbo

Many private bus owners in Purulia have started using kerosene instead of diesel even at the risk of causing pollution and damage to their vehicles at a time the state go...   | Read..
 
HBT workers take out a procession on Monday holding placards asking what they would eat if ABG (which co-owns HBT) is forced to leave. Picture by Jahangir Badsa
HBT workers flee for the night or for good

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