The Telegraph
Sunday , August 10 , 2014

Calcutta taxi drivers on warpath with govt

The Left-backed unions of taxi drivers today announced a “law-violation programme” in Calcutta on Monday, raising fears of a replay of Thursday’s agitation when most cabs had disappeared from the city’s streets. ...   | Read..

Potato quota scrap fuels price rise

The Mamata Banerjee government’s decision to scrap the space quota of farmers at cold storages has contributed to the rise in potato prices, a section of officials ...   | Read..

Jessop reopens, doubts linger

The government today announced the reopening of Jessop & Co. Ltd after assuring the management that it would take care of law-and-order issues, but doubts on the long...   | Read..

Ration threat defied

The Jungpana tea garden management today told the state government it was not in a position to disburse rations to the workers, signalling its inten...   | Read..

Car crash claims 3 of city family

Three members of a Calcutta family died in a car accident on Durgapur Expressway this afternoon. Police sources said they were verifying if the three were members of a family...   | Read..
Transport minister Madan Mitra speaks to a taxi driver at Howrah. Picture by Gopal Senapati



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