The Telegraph
Friday , July 4 , 2014

Paul can scream, boy can’t stare

Bengal police, which have so far not heard any evil in Trinamul MP Tapas Paul’s “rape-and-shoot” speech, have been spurred to action by little more than the stare of a 12-year-old boy from his home....   | Read..

Left and BJP seek action on Tapas

The Left Front today urged the Lok Sabha Speaker to take action against Trinamul Congress MP Tapas Paul, who has threatened the Opposition with rape and murder, for ̶...   | Read..

‘Names poser’ in BEd probe

A group of students who had been admitted to a Nadia BEd college beyond the sanctioned strength said the Jadavpur University interim vice-chancellor probing the cash-for-...   | Read..

Bihar governor in charge

Bihar governor D.Y. Patil will take additional charge of Bengal tomorrow. ...   | Read..

Govt wakes up to teacher job grouse

The Bengal government is learnt to have sent the message to candidates protesting alleged anomalies in the recruitment of teachers that their demands would be “favo...   | Read..

Acid attack on teen sisters

Two teenaged sisters suffered burns after acid was hurled at them while they were sleeping in their East Midnapore home early today, the elder sibling blaming a local you...   | Read..

Auction order in funds case

Calcutta High Court today directed Sebi to auction two buildings owned by the Tower Group, a deposit-mobilising entity, and distribute the proceeds among duped depositors and...   | Read..
NCC cadets with C certificates will be eligible for participation in recruitment camps that will enable them to join the armed forces. ...  | Read