The Telegraph
Friday , July 18 , 2014

Paint peels off, grim picture emerges

Available financial data of Shalimar Paints and the funds requirements cited by the company suggest the suspension of work at the Howrah plant may have partly been caused by Bengalís inability to project itself as the first choice for investments....   | Read..

Silence and a searching question

Rabin Bhattacharjee sat outside the imposing main gate of Shalimar Paints in Howrah this afternoon, a cigarette between his lips and a vacant look in his eyes. ...   | Read..

Four posts for one officer

Who is the busiest man in Bengal now? Amit Dutta — the additional district magistrate of Burdwan (NREGA), the additional district magistrate of Asansol, the adminis...   | Read..

Trinamul scapegoat finger in Sagar case

Some of the accused Trinamul members named in the chargesheet related to the Sagar Ghosh murder case, in which Birbhum party president Anubrata Mondal was named in the FI...   | Read..

Govt plea to retain workers at Howrah

The Mamata Banerjee government today urged Shalimar Paints to retain the 138 workers at the Howrah plant, objecting to the company’s proposal to shift them to other...   | Read..

‘Clean chit’ for leader accused in BEd scam

The government-appointed committee probing the alleged cash-for-seats scam at Bhaktabala BEd College has given a clean chit to Trinamul student leader Tanmay Acharya, sources...   | Read..

Poll test for next commission chief

S.R. Upadhyay, who will succeed Mira Pande as Bengal election commissioner, will face the neutrality test immediately after assuming charge as the panel’s lawyers t...   | Read..
Amit Dutta. Picture by Santosh Kumar Mandal
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