The Telegraph
Wednesday , November 21 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

‘Prince of Haldia’ vs ‘flies’

The Congress today alleged that Trinamul workers did not allow many of its supporters to attend a meeting in the port town to protest the way cargo operator HBT was forced to leave and even assaulted party activists....   | Read..

Bus fares in districts revised

The Mamata Banerjee government today announced a partial rollback of bus fares in the districts of Bengal....   | Read..

Chips fly off road, villagers protest

Residents of Raipara village in Birbhum blocked NH60 for about two hours today demanding immediate repair of the 1km potholed stretch passing through their village....   | Read..

Ministry chance of rural belt 8

Mamata Banerjee is likely to induct during tomorrow’s ministry shuffle eight new faces, mostly from rural areas, with an eye on the panchayat polls due next year, a...   | Read..

Governor for ‘new thinking’ in education

Governor M. K. Narayanan today said Bengal needed “new thinking to restructure” the higher education system....   | Read..

Filmed in Sikkim, bound for Sweden

A Nepali feature film directed by Prashant Rasaily from Sikkim has been selected for screening at the Goteborg International Film Festival in Sweden. ...   | Read..

Transfer of blood technicians cancelled

North Bengal development minister Gautam Deb today said the health department had revoked the transfer of three technicians from the regional blood transfusion centre at ...   | Read..

Deb’s idle barb at Siliguri civic board

North Bengal development minister Gautam Deb today criticised the Congress-led board of the Siliguri Municipal Corporation for its alleged “lackadaisical” att...   | Read..
A poster wishing people on Diwali at the venue of the Congress meeting in Haldia on Tuesday. (Jahangir Badsa)



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