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Visva 2 in cop glare on leave  (24 September 04:48 am) 
Santiniketan, Sept. 23: The principal of Visva-Bharati\'s Kala Bhavana and the design department head have gone on leave, days after they were booked for extortion on the basis of police complaints
CPM ire at Rabin  (24 September 04:48 am) 
Calcutta, Sept. 23: CPM state secretariat member Rabin Deb today came under fire at a state committee meeting for allegedly brokering a Saradha-related deal and coming under the CBI\'s scanner at a
New Delhi, Sept. 23: A petition was filed in the Supreme Court today seeking contempt proceedings against Bengal law minister Chandrima Bhattacharya and two other Trinamul leaders for \"putting
Police employee dies in delay  (24 September 04:48 am) 
Tamluk, Sept. 23: A Calcutta police employee hit by a lamp post while peeping out of a train lay bleeding in an East Midnapore station for an hour today and died before he could be taken to hospital
Passport kendra nod for Siliguri  (24 September 04:46 am) 
Sept. 23: The external affairs ministry has decided to set up a passport seva kendra in Siliguri and asked the Bengal chief secretary to allocate a site for the building.
Saradha and JU  (24 September 04:46 am) 
Siliguri, Sept. 23: BJP state chief Rahul Sinha highlighted the Saradha probe and the Jadavpur University ruckus after a public meeting here.
District cry  (24 September 04:46 am) 
Siliguri, Sept. 23: Representatives of Brihattar Siliguri Nagarik Mancha, an apolitical organisation of residents dwelling in and around the town today said they would launch a movement after October
Garden work halt over bonus  (24 September 04:46 am) 
Alipurduar, Sept. 23: Around 700 labourers of a tea estate in Alipurduar district stopped work today, demanding that they be given the full bonus in one go on September 27, and not in two instalments
TMC damage-control after 20 days  (24 September 04:46 am) 
Sept. 23: The seniormost Trinamul leader in north Bengal today visited the family of a girl, found dead after her father was allegedly insulted at a party-led meeting, the move coming at a time the
Cop delay puts off cop assault hearing  (23 September 04:48 am) 
Suri, Sept. 22: A delay by Birbhum police in submitting a case diary related to an attack on a police officer allegedly by the district Trinamul youth president prompted a court today to postpone the
'Behead' cry in rally  (23 September 04:48 am) 
Krishnagar, Sept. 22: Trinamul Nadia president Gourishankar Dutta today said those spreading canards against chief minister Mamata Banerjee should be \"beheaded\".
Govt hope on Dunlop  (23 September 04:48 am) 
Calcutta, Sept. 22: The state government today announced that ailing tyremaker Dunlop would reopen its Sahaganj plant on September 25 but the management did not mention any specific date.
Bangla activist question for Trinamul  (23 September 04:48 am) 
Calcutta, Sept. 22: Bangladeshi human rights activist Shahriar Kabir today asked the Trinamul leadership to explain why it was \"trying to protect\" Rajya Sabha MP Ahmed Hassan Imran before
If it's Saradha, CPM 'no saint'  (23 September 04:48 am) 
Calcutta, Sept. 22: Fringe outfits of the Left Front today called for bringing CPM leaders allegedly involved in the Saradha scam to book, saying \"the CPM is no saint either\".
CBI quiz for Hasem on conflicting letters  (23 September 04:48 am) 
Calcutta, Sept. 22: The CBI today questioned Malda Congress MP Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury in connection with two conflicting letters he had written to the Prime Minister about the Saradha Group in 2011
MCI worry sparks one-hour scurry  (23 September 04:46 am) 
Siliguri, Sept. 22: The North Bengal Medical College and Hospital has said its 300-odd doctors must report within an hour irrespective of whether they are on duty or not during the scheduled visit of
Deb clean-up drive plan for Siliguri  (23 September 04:46 am) 
Siliguri, Sept. 22: Minister Gautam Deb today said an award would be given to borough offices on the basis of their performance to clean up Siliguri\'s municipal wards by November 30.
Morcha strike threat over state tea bonus  (23 September 04:46 am) 
Sept. 22: The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha has threatened an indefinite hunger strike in Darjeeling from September 29 to protest the state government\'s failure to disburse bonus among workers in the hill
Fed up, lady strangles drunken son  (22 September 04:47 am) 
Chinsurah, Sept. 21: A Hooghly homemaker fed up with her elder son\'s drunken abuses strangled him to death in his sleep with a piece of cloth, a confession she made before police over a month after
Health plan hits rough weather  (22 September 04:47 am) 
Calcutta, Sept. 21: The Bengal government\'s decision to select insurance companies quoting the lowest premiums for a centrally funded health care scheme has hit private hospitals that are refusing
Complaint delay heat on Visva teacher  (22 September 04:47 am) 
Sept. 21: A section of Visva-Bharati officials has questioned the varsity\'s inaction on Kala Bhavana principal Sisir Sahana despite an internal committee report expressing \"dissatisfaction\" with the
Centenary of Darjeeling Durga  (22 September 04:47 am) 
Darjeeling, Sept. 21: A hundred years ago, two steam engines attached to a toy train had chugged up the mountains carrying an idol of Goddess Durga for the puja at Nripendra Narayan Bengali Hindu
Rain mars shopping and pandal-making  (22 September 04:47 am) 
Sept. 21: A spell of rain across sub-Himalayan Bengal since Friday evening has left businessmen, idol makers and puja pandal organisers worried with hardly 10 days remaining for Durga Puja to begin.
Focus on less-known tourist spots  (22 September 04:47 am) 
Siliguri, Sept. 21: The apex body of tourism stakeholders in north Bengal has said it will focus on integrating all tourism stakeholders in north Bengal and try to promote destinations in Malda, the
College gets willing four  (22 September 04:47 am) 
Raiganj, Sept. 21: Four teachers of Raiganj University College have expressed their willingness to head the institution that has seen four teachers resign earlier because of alleged pressure brought