The Telegraph
Tuesday , February 11 , 2014
CIMA Gallary

Mamata speech on budget day irks rivals

Mamata Banerjee’s decision to reply to the governor’s address on the day of the budget on February 17 was criticised by the Opposition today....   | Read..

Orphanage death ire

A 15-year-old girl was found hanging in a private orphanage near Burdwan town this evening, following which 500 people ransacked the building accusing the authorities of ...   | Read..

Italy boost for ‘graveyard’ Singur

An Italy-based chemical company will produce insecticides in Singur, the plan unfolding a day after the Hooghly pocket was described as a “graveyard” by forme...   | Read..

Contract job plan in transport sector

The Mamata Banerjee government will recruit around 3,000 drivers, conductors and mechanics on contract, a move billed as the biggest such drive in the transport departmen...   | Read..

Chilli powder escape

Six accused in a rape and murder case escaped from a prison van after throwing chilli powder in the eyes of the four policemen escorting them to Hooghly district jail fr...   | Read..

Order for special Saradha court

Calcutta High Court today directed the Bengal government to form a special court to deal with all criminal cases related to the Saradha default crisis, terming “unf...   | Read..

Poll murder probe advice

Calcutta High Court today recommended the formation of a special investigating team under Damayanti Sen to probe the murder of a Trinamul rebel’s father, saying the...   | Read..
Governor M.K. Narayanan and MLAs stand to attention as the national anthem is played in the Bengal Assembly to mark the beginning of the budget session. Chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s seat, on the left of Partha Chatterjee and behind Amit Mitra, is unoccupied