The Telegraph
Wednesday , September 23 , 2015

Left comes out, all (toy) guns blazing

The Left today came out all guns blazing in the Assembly.   | Read..

Cops help CPT reclaim land

Police today helped Calcutta Port Trust reclaim a plot from the LMJ Group at Kantapukur on the southern fringes of the city.   | Read..

Driver talks, bus overturns

A bus whose driver was allegedly frequently turning his head around and speaking to a woman lost control and overturned on a state highway in Birbhum's Nanoor, killing one...   | Read..

IAS officers to get security

The Bengal government plans to assign a security guard to each IAS officer of the ranks of secretary, principal secretary and additional chief secretary.   | Read..

CM warns warring factions

Mamata Banerjee today warned warring factions of the Trinamul Congress in Salt Lake and Rajarhat of "harsh measures". Within hours, local leaders were on the dais...   | Read..

Didi eyes files on provincial government

Mamata Banerjee today mounted pressure on the Centre to declassify the files on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose that are in its possession, while tabling in the Assembly the 64...   | Read..

Joy poser

The Election Commission today asked BJP president Amit Shah to explain the party's stand on Bengal leader Joy Banerjee's statement that the party had control over the panel.   | Read..
Left comes out, all (toy) guns blazing