The Telegraph
Friday , May 8 , 2015

A cottage industry of bomb-making thrives

The blast in West Midnapore's Pingla in which at least 12 persons died has blown the veil off a cottage industry that thrives on explosives and employs thousands, many of whom are minors and are...   | Read..

CID takes up Pingla probe

The CID has started a probe on Mamata Banerjee's instructions into the stockpiling of a huge volume of explosives in the Pingla house that blew up.   | Read..

Opposition unites in blast attack

The Opposition today demanded a probe by the National Investigating Agency (NIA) into the Pingla blast and alleged that the Trinamul Congress was involved in the explosion.   | Read..

'I stepped on a severed hand'

Sheikh Mustaq, 10, one of the workers at the illegal firecracker-manufacturing factory at West Midnapore's Pingla, had come 10 days ago to work there with his elder brother...   | Read..

Amit eases terms for micro, small and medium units

Finance and industries minister Amit Mitra today announced six measures to simplify rules governing small and medium industries, describing them as "key steps to boost...   | Read..
CID takes up Pingla probe