The Telegraph
Thursday , August 7 , 2014

Syndicates linked to TMC disrupt power project

The state government’s hands-off land policy delayed the project by nearly three years. Now, Trinamul factions allegedly fighting over supply of construction materials, another problem hobbling industry in Bengal, has posed a threat to NTPC’s proposed power plant in Burdwan’s Katwa. ...   | Read..

Govt to end staff contracts

The Mamata Banerjee government has asked all departments to terminate the services of contractual employees and issue fresh agreement letters. ...   | Read..


Nine girl students of the College of Engineering and Management, Kolaghat, have been suspended from the hostel for allegedly smoking and drinking inside the hostel....   | Read..

National BJP leaders bound for Bengal

The Bengal BJP today rolled out a roster of events Amit Shah and Arun Jaitley will address over the next few months as part of the party’s expansion drive in the state ...   | Read..

HC rap on cops in kidnap case

A Calcutta High Court judge today said police knew where those accused in the abduction of a minor girl were “but won’t arrest them”. ...   | Read..

Official showcaused in BEd scam

Kalyani University today served a showcause notice on its controller of examinations, who a government probe committee suspects was involved in the cash-for-seats scam at...   | Read..

Witnesses speak of ECL attack

At least a dozen witnesses have told police that they saw Trinamul trade union leader Kedar Pal beat up Eastern Coalfields Ltd contractor Ashim Mukherjee and bang his hea...   | Read..

Visva student found hanging

A second-year student of Visva-Bharati’s Sangeet Bhavana was found hanging today at her rented accommodation in Santiniketan, a Tagore poem scribbled by her on the...   | Read..
Four civic police guards and two plainclothesmen armed with batons were seen patrolling the area near the rented home of Zarina Biwi (seated on a chai ...  | Read



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