The Telegraph
Thursday , July 24 , 2014

Talks inside, muscle-flexing outside

Eastern Coalfields Ltd (ECL) and unions could not arrive at a consensus today at a meeting called against the backdrop of the company’s threat to shut down a mine from Saturday....   | Read..

BEd varsity probe off

Kalyani University dissolved its committee probing the cash-for-seat scam in Nadia’s Bhaktabala BEd College yesterday as the government’s report giving a Trin...   | Read..

Central forces in hills to be withdrawn

The Centre has decided to withdraw 13 companies of central forces from north Bengal, nine of which were stationed in the Darjeeling hills during last year’s Gorkhal...   | Read..

Dunlop dues

Labour minister Malay Ghatak today asked the Dunlop management to start clearing dues of workers at its Sahaganj plant in Hooghly from August 1....   | Read..

Extortion allegation

The owner of a sponge iron factory in Jamuria, located less than 100 metres from Shyam SEL Power Ltd, last night lodged a police complaint against three local Trinamul wo...   | Read..

Syndrome mystery in viral fight

Union health minister Harsh Vardhan today offered Bengal emergency consultations on the encephalitis outbreak in the state, but experts cautioned that India’s publi...   | Read..

KD Singh

Trinamul Rajya Sabha MP K.D. Singh has said he did not make any comment on chief minister Mamata Banerjee’s proposed visit to Delhi and the chances of a meeting bet...   | Read..
Keshari Nath Tripathi, who will be sworn in as governor of Bengal on Thursday, arrived in Calcutta on Wednesday evening. ...  | Read