The Telegraph
Wednesday , July 17 , 2013

Battle for north Bengal booms

Union minister and Congress leader Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury has alleged that gun-wielding and bomb-hurling assailants attacked his rally in Malda today. Hours earlier, a CPM leader was shot thrice in North Dinajpur....   | Read..

Push for use of central forces

The state election commission has directed officials in 11 poll-bound districts to ensure “effective use” of central forces....   | Read..

Cops for poll duty block road

About 350 Calcutta police personnel bound for poll duty in North 24-Parganas today blocked the Burdwan-Katwa state highway at Bhatar for over an hour, saying the vehicles...   | Read..

Wife found dead after voting choice quarrel

The body of a homemaker was found yesterday at her Hooghly home hours after she had voted. ...   | Read..

CPM’s Saradha tool for third round

The CPM has raked up the Saradha default case three days before the third phase of the panchayat elections, hoping to cash in on the anger of duped depositors in South 24...   | Read..

Teacher pension ruling with PF rider

Calcutta High Court today said teachers and non-teaching staff of government-aided schools who had opted for a higher pay scale in 1985 would get pension if they returned...   | Read..

Mamata digs up 19-year-old rape case

Chief minister Mamata Banerjee today referred to a 19-year-old rape-and-murder case in an apparent attempt to counter those criticising her government’s response ...   | Read..
Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury along with MP and niece Mausam Noor during a protest in Malda Town after the bomb attack on his march in Jadupur, 20km away, by alleged Trinamul supporters. Picture by Surajit Roy



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