The rebel-leader-turned-president of Central African Republic acknowledged today that he does not have total control over former allies who are accused of killing scores of civilians. He said even "an ...
Toddlers and teenagers walked side by side. The elderly turned up, too. So did entrepreneurs and corporate bigwigs. Some strode their way on stilts, some rode bicycles and a few came piggybacking on their parents' shoulders. FULL ARTICLE AT The Telegraph India
Back from a four-week US trip last month, Urmi Basu, the founder-trustee of New Light, a Kalighat-based NGO that strives to protect women and children in the red-light areas, pens a diary of "four extraordinary days from my ordinary life ... FULL ARTICLE AT The Telegraph India
A gang broke into an electronic goods showroom at Santragachhi in Howrah after allegedly beating up the guard and looted cameras worth over Rs 10 lakh early on Sunday. FULL ARTICLE AT The Telegraph India
Suspended Calcutta police constable Tarak Das, once arrested for an attempt to murder, allegedly hit a 56-year-old man with a revolver butt in a crowded fish market in Patuli and walked away on Sunday morning. FULL ARTICLE AT The Telegraph India
A student agitation allegedly backed by Trinamul at north Calcutta's Maharaja Srischandra College has prompted the teacher-in-charge to quit, citing humiliation as one of the reasons. FULL ARTICLE AT The Telegraph India
The civic body will build a 2.5km underground sewer network near Science City to tackle waterlogging along stretches of the Bypass and the Parama-Park Circus connector. FULL ARTICLE AT The Telegraph India