The Telegraph
Tuesday , July 2 , 2013

House panel finger at Haldia
‘vested interest’

A parliamentary standing committee that includes four Trinamul members has said the Haldia port is losing crores of rupees because of “some vested interest”....   | Read..

Ganashakti in court with ad complaint

Calcutta High Court today told the editor of CPM mouthpiece Ganashakti to send the it’s advertisement rate card to the state government in seven days, follow...   | Read..

Sen gets bail, but to remain behind bars

Saradha boss Sudipta Sen was today granted bail for the first time since his arrest 71 days ago as the prime accused in the default crisis, but will remain in police cus...   | Read..

Sikha jab on ‘tall talk’

Trinamul MLA Sikha Mitra today said only “tall talk” was heard on microphones these days and “little work” was being done, adding that she didn...   | Read..

CPM back at voter door

The CPM and Left-backed Independents in Nandigram and six other blocks of East Midnapore have started their door-to-door campaign, relieved after the Supreme Court ordere...   | Read..
House panel finger at Haldia ‘vested interest’