The Telegraph
Friday , July 12 , 2013

They came and they saw scenic forests

Central forces were not deployed in any of the 10,038 booths in the first phase of the panchayat polls today, with multiple sources saying they could not recall the last time such personnel were called in and not assigned booth duty. ...   | Read..

Polling peaceful, 75% votes cast

The first phase of the panchayat elections in West Midnapore, Purulia and Bankura today recorded nearly 75 per cent polling....   | Read..

Voter takes arrow in chest in queue attack

An arrow stuck in his chest, Congress worker Dipankar Ghosh travelled 115km from West Midnapore’s Sabang to SSKM Hospital. ...   | Read..

Nod to out-of-court settlement in book case

Calcutta High Court today approved a proposal by the West Bengal Higher Secondary Council to settle the dispute over printing of Uchcha Madhyamik textbooks amicably thr...   | Read..

Got aid? No, say ladies

Mamata Banerjee’s claim of providing allowances to community health workers faced a public challenge today as a group of workers at a campaign rally in Hooghly̵...   | Read..

Parties flout model code

Political parties in Birbhum and Murshidabad have been accused of violating the model code of conduct by using government property for campaigning. ...   | Read..

Trinamul college ‘union’ minus polls

The Trinamul Chhatra Parishad has unilaterally set up its union at a government institute in Durgapur as the college polls have been deferred because of a temporary gover...   | Read..
Officials and state police keep vigil from a chopper hired by the state election commission during polling at Salboni in West Midnapore on Thursday. Picture by Samir Mondal



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