The Telegraph
Tuesday , November 27 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Help! Hes thief & were cops

The Railway Protection Force today apparently tried in Bengal what Ajay Devgn and his team pulled off on screen in Bihar a few years ago and watched crestfallen as the plot leapt off the script and the quarry ran away....   | Read..

Bail for CPM leader son in rape case

Calcutta High Court today granted bail to a Hooghly CPM leader’s son in a rape case, saying he had been “falsely implicated”....   | Read..

‘Taunted’ for years, man hacks villager

A 42-year-old man who was allegedly often taunted and bullied by villagers in Burdwan hacked a person to death after he ridiculed him....   | Read..

Direct-buy camps for paddy districts

The government has decided to set up 44 permanent camps across the state to purchase paddy directly from farmers and avoid middlemen, food minister Jyotipriya Mullick sai...   | Read..

Tagore tribute: a ‘rare’ Gitanjali

Visva-Bharati will bring out a special edition of Rabindranath Tagore’s Gitanjali with rare photographs and manuscripts next month to celebrate 100 years of ...   | Read..

Centre worry on state law

The Centre has asked the Bengal government to amend a law under which even executed 26/11 gunman Ajmal Kasab could have been considered a “political prisoner”...   | Read..

Govt moves on roads

The Mamata Banerjee government has stirred after a year on the need to widen NH34 — the highway that connects north Bengal to the southern part of the state....   | Read..

Tagore tribute: a ‘rare’ Gitanjali