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Wednesday , May 15 , 2013
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CM smiles, but fears lurk

A wide grin playing on her lips, chief minister Mamata Banerjee welcomed today’s Calcutta High Court verdict on the panchayat polls and iterated her promise that the elections would be held on time. ...   | Read..

Coaches jump tracks in Birbhum

Two passengers were injured when three compartments and the engine of the Calcutta-Haldibari Intercity Express got derailed about 7km from Nalhati station in Birbhum this...   | Read..

National agency on HC lips

Calcutta High Court today directed the CBI to file an affidavit on May 16 stating whether it had been asked by any state to probe the Saradha default, saying a “a natio...   | Read..

6 accounts for Saradha debtors

The Bidhannagar court today said people owing money to Saradha could deposit the amount in six accounts of the group. ...   | Read..

Left lauds verdict but doubts fair polls

Left Front chairman Biman Bose today welcomed the high court division bench verdict on the panchayat polls but expressed doubts on whether free and fair elections could b...   | Read..

Subrata claims govt victory

The Mamata Banerjee government today sought to portray the division bench judgment on the panchayat polls as a victory even though several provisions of the order were co...   | Read..
Mamata with Bimal Gurung in Richmond Hill, a government guesthouse in Darjeeling, on Tuesday. Picture by Sanjoy Chattopadhyaya
CM smiles, but fears lurk