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Train accident could have been avoided, say guards
July 21, 2010
The Birbhum train accident in the early hours of Monday could have been avoided if the track along which the Vananchal E ...
‘I felt a jolt. Everything turned upside down’
May 29, 2010
Grief and chaos reigned at Howrah station on Friday. Survivors of the Mumbai-bound Gyaneshwari Express who reached the s ...
Survivor turns saviour for 14 passengers
May 29, 2010
Habibul Gazi, 24, with his frail five-and-a-half-foot frail frame, does not look capable of saving more than a dozen ...
In Sundarbans, weak embankments a major concern this monsoon
April 12, 2010
The memories of last year's cyclone Aila are still fresh in the minds of thousands of people living on the Sundarbans is ...
Sleek, urban films won't save Bengali film industry
September 7, 2009
When a new breed of sleek and technically sound Bengali movies such as Anuranan and Dwanda made its wa ...
Monsoon hampering anti-Maoist operation in Lalgarh area
August 26, 2009
Operations against Maoist rebels in West Bengal's tribal-dominated western districts has hit the monsoon roadblock - ...
At 95, Basu is still in demand in West Bengal
April 7, 2009
Failing health and advancing age have forced former West Bengal chief minister Jyoti Basu, now 95, to keep away from ...
Kolkata's trams to sport a new look soon
March 12, 2009
Kolkata's trams, that have been plying in the city for over 130 years and are a unique symbol of the city, are set to ...
Nandigram in focus in by-polls
December 30, 2008
All eyes are on trouble-torn Nandigram of West Bengal as it holds a by-election to the state assembly January 5, with pr ...
Bengal blood banks facing shortage
November 3, 2008
Over 100 blood banks in the state are facing an acute supply shortage as social organisations and clubs were too busy wi ...
Gorkha leaders seek Centre's intervention
June 18, 2008
The West Bengal Govt has agreed to tripratite talks with the Gorkha leaders and the Centre to discuss the issue.
WB begins rehabilitation process
November 18, 2007
After 11 months of unabated violence, the West Bengal administration has finally begun work to rehabilitate victims in t ...
Villagers cry for peace in Nandigram
November 15, 2007
After a long turf battle that has lasted 11 violent months, villagers here now want to live in peace with their families ...
Alas! World can't slurp on Bengal mango
June 14, 2007
Bengal's mangoes finds its way into Londoner's tastebuds, yet, its lip-smacking varieties fail to make it to foreign she ...
Here donkeys ferry people in the jet age
March 11, 2007
In this village, donkeys carry everything from a newly wed couple to a load of cargo.
HT far ahead of rivals, confirms fresh audit
5 Indian firms among Forbes' most innovative companies
Social media monitoring militant propaganda
US restaurateur Matt Haley dies after road accident in Leh
'Dowry' is the most hated word in this part of the world
India lose 7-101 to Pakistan in Australian football match
US morgue attendant admits having sex with 100 corpses
Why Modi decided to call off the Indo-Pakistan meeting
Rohit Shetty captures BO again: Singham Returns earns Rs 77.64 crore over weekend
Pakistan's SC summons Khan, Qadri over anti-govt protests
Opposition, Pakistan govt deadlock continues; US says won't support 'coup'
Chavan to skip Modi’s meeting after BJP booes Hooda
Lack of options leave India struggling with Dhoni dilemma
Mandal politics already looks a wobbly plank in Bihar
RSS wants all post-1947 secret files made public
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