The Telegraph
Thursday , May 4 , 2017
 
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A ticking bomb

Last Saturday, a political clash took place before a police station in Howrah. Such clashes are routine in West Bengal, and have been ever since violence was injected into the political process by the radical Left way back in the mid-1960s. This t......   | Read..
 

Under the scalpel

The new law to regulate private sector medicare in West Bengal has created a tsunami at the headquarters of the Indian Medical Association, the apex representative body of ......   | Read..
 
EDITORIAL

Own the game

There can be no two opinions about the fact that the beheading of the Indian soldiers allegedly by a border action team of the Pakistan army - or by non-State actors patron......   | Read..
 
 

Shaky pillar

The fourth pillar of democracy is on shaky ground. The World Press Freedom Index 2017, a report that measures the level of pluralism, media independence, and respect for th......   | Read..
 
 
FIFTH COLUMN

Grim irony

In the 1970s, when the now-deceased Karpoori Thakur was the chief minister of Bihar, a group of his followers visited him to plead the case of an academic who aspired to th......   | Read..
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