under Jaideep Mazumdar

Imagine the confusion when 146 families have just one common address

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27 Jan 2011 | BY Jaideep Mazumdar

A debate brews over the practice of putting criminals in cages lined with an itchy paste

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21 Jan 2011 | BY Jaideep Mazumdar

With Mamata Banerjee’s consistent refusal to meet any Left Front minister, all peace overtures from the ruling Communists have failed.

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21 Jan 2011 | BY Jaideep Mazumdar

Inviting the audience to perform, a Bengal theatre group has galvanised activism in Indian villages. And engineered the scrapping of a Reliance SEZ in Maharashtra

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14 Jan 2011 | BY Jaideep Mazumdar

The story of a murderer on the run

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13 Jan 2011 | BY Jaideep Mazumdar

An accursed flower holds hope for the backward district of Vaishali in Bihar.

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13 Jan 2011 | BY Jaideep Mazumdar

Political actors in the state could soon change, but not its culture of ruinous politics

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24 Dec 2010 | BY Jaideep Mazumdar

Kendrapara in Orissa is home to the only plumbing school in South Asia

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24 Dec 2010 | BY Jaideep Mazumdar

The Amazon, Ganga and Brahmaputra are not enough for Andy Leeman. Having sailed six rivers across the world, he now has his sights set on the Yangtze in China.

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9 Dec 2010 | BY Jaideep Mazumdar

Thirty-three years of uninterrupted Left rule in Bengal has left the state’s finances in a mess.

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9 Dec 2010 | BY Jaideep Mazumdar
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