The Telegraph
Wednesday , December 26 , 2012
Since 1st March, 1999

Abolished: Haldia office with land brief

The office of the additional district magistrate that looked after land acquisition in Haldia has been abolished through an order from Writers’ Buildings, reflecting the Mamata Banerjee government’s hands-off policy on land....   | Read..

Thrashed over ‘delay’, eatery owner dies

Fifty government employees on their way to Digha for a picnic allegedly beat to death the owner of a roadside eatery because he said it would not be possible to serve so ...   | Read..

Friend of ‘rapist’ found hanging

One of the three persons who was with the main accused in the alleged rape in Burdwan on Sunday was found hanging at his cowshed last night after a kangaroo court imposed...   | Read..

Police in health centre, patients at doctor home

A police camp set up in a government health centre in Daspara three decades ago and forgotten by the administration is forcing the lone doctor attached to the centre to see pa...   | Read..

Dadu who keeps ‘Romeos’ off school

An 80-year-old man who had donated land for a girls’ high school at Salar block in Murshidabad 54 years ago, still comes to the school every day despite being removed fr...   | Read..

Siliguri finds its own theme song

What does Siliguri have in common with Ranchi, Hyderabad and Delhi?...   | Read..
A father helps a boy light a candle outside a church in Durgapur’s City Centre on Christmas. Picture by Arup Sarkar