The Telegraph
Wednesday , May 28 , 2014

Elections over, BDOs face govt backlash

Dinabandhu Gayen, the Habra II block development officer who had accused a Trinamul MLA and his aides of assaulting him for removing election paraphernalia carrying the chief ministerís images before the Lok Sabha polls, was today put on compulsory waiting. ...   | Read..

ED wait for keys

Enforcement Directorate officials had to wait for over three hours to enter a Saradha office in Behala as they were kept waiting for the keys by officers of the now-disma...   | Read..

13 suffer bullet injuries in clash

Thirteen persons suffered bullet injuries in a clash between BJP and Trinamul Congress supporters in Sandeshkhali, North 24-Parganas, today. ...   | Read..

HM shuns meet

The Hindustan Motors management today did not turn up for a tripartite meeting involving labour unions over the suspension of production at its Uttarpara plant and sought...   | Read..

CPM protest

A small group of rebel and expelled comrades today protested near Alimuddin Street the CPM’s decision to oust a young leader and demanded a change in the leadership...   | Read..
Dinabandhu Gayen. Picture by Bhabatosh Chakraborty
Elections over, BDOs face govt backlash