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Mamata crash course for nephew  (21 October 03:49 am) 
Calcutta, Oct. 20: Mamata Banerjee has decided to take along nephew Abhishek on a tour of the districts to get him acquainted with party workers across the state, the decision coming within days of an
Saradha panel worry: Rs 2.39 crore  (21 October 03:49 am) 
Calcutta, Oct. 20: The Justice Shyamal Sen Commission is in a fix over what to do with the Rs 2 crore it had collected from Saradha \"associates\" for compensating the duped depositors after it winds up
BJP voice for airport land rate cry  (21 October 03:49 am) 
Durgapur, Oct. 20: The Bengal BJP has decided to back a demand for a higher compensation by a group of villagers whose land has been identified for the approach road to the proposed airport in
Not all madarsas are bad, says leader  (21 October 03:49 am) 
Burdwan, Oct. 20: A leader of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind in Bengal today said that all madarsas in the state were \"not bad\" just because \"anti-social activities had been detected in \"one or two\".
Detonator circuits in inter-linked houses  (21 October 03:49 am) 
Bolpur, Oct. 20: The NIA has found from a Bolpur house interconnected with three others half-a-dozen boxes with circuits that the agency suspects are used to detonate bombs.
Madarsa closed for months searched  (21 October 03:49 am) 
Oct. 20: A National Investigation Agency team today searched a madarsa in Murshidabad whose name was scribbled on a piece of paper found in a burqa shop run by Shakil Ahmed, who died in the October 2
Hashish haul  (21 October 03:47 am) 
Siliguri, Oct. 20: A Nepali national was arrested at Bagdogra airport today with 11.6kg hashish, which is worth Rs 1.16 crore in international market, while trying to board a Bangkok-bound Druk Air\'s
Drunken ruckus at hospital's child ward  (21 October 03:47 am) 
Balurghat, Oct. 20: A group of drunken men tried to enter the Nutritional Rehabilitation Centre at the district hospital here last night by breaking open the collapsible gate of the building where
Death at doorstep as TMC rejoices  (21 October 03:47 am) 
Oct. 20: A 60-year-old man, who the CPM claimed as its supporter, died after protesting Trinamul celebrations with fire crackers outside his home following the ruling party\'s capture of the North
Job cheat held  (21 October 03:47 am) 
Siliguri, Oct.20: A CID team from Assam arrested a person here for allegedly cheating different people in Assam of Rs 45 lakh and promising them jobs in various positions in the North East Frontier
Patient's death triggers ransack  (21 October 03:47 am) 
Malda, Oct. 20: A private nursing home in Old Malda was ransacked by a mob around midnight last night following the death of a 40-year-old who was undergoing a surgery to remove a brain tumour.
Bangla 7 thrashed in Hili  (20 October 04:46 am) 
Balurghat, Oct 19: Villagers alarmed by the alleged Bangladesh terror connections in the Burdwan blast yesterday thrashed seven suspected infiltrators in South Dinajpur\'s Hili.
Plastic and gutka ban  (20 October 04:46 am) 
Darjeeling, Oct. 19: The Gorkhaland Territorial Administration held a meeting today at the Gorkha Rangamanch Bhawan here and decided to implement the ban on the use of plastic bags and gutka strictly
TMC 4 in net for girl death  (20 October 04:46 am) 
Oct. 19: Chandrakanta Roy, a former Trinamul Congress councillor of Dhupguri municipality, and three other party workers, have been arrested in connection with the death of a 14-year-old girl whose
Strike call  (20 October 04:46 am) 
Oct. 19: The district leaders of BJP in Jalpaiguri and Alipurduar today said that the party would observe a 12-hour general strike in both the districts on November 7, to demand an immediate revision
NIA hunt for safe-house conduit  (20 October 03:47 am) 
Calcutta, Oct. 19: He did not make bombs, but arranged shelter for those who did.
Blast suspects who kept to themselves  (20 October 03:47 am) 
Bolpur, Oct. 19: The National Investigation Agency has learnt that those living in the four Birbhum houses interconnected with holes in the walls avoided interacting with local people and travelled
Monsoon  (19 October 05:47 am) 
Calcutta, Oct. 18: The monsoon today withdrew from south Bengal, around 10 days behind schedule, marking the beginning of the pre-winter transition phase likely to last around seven weeks.
Tutor dies in cop attack  (19 October 05:47 am) 
Barasat, Oct. 18: A 32-year-old private tutor in North 24-Parganas died early today after being struck on the head by a door that police allegedly forced open during a raid. The police have also been
Blast probe north-bound  (19 October 05:47 am) 
Burdwan, Oct. 18: The NIA and the NSG are on the verge of wrapping up their probe in Burdwan and Birbhum and will proceed to Murshidabad, Nadia and north Bengal to investigate leads that the terror
Cong no-trust ploy to ease out MLAs  (19 October 05:47 am) 
Calcutta, Oct. 18: The state Congress today decided to table a no-confidence motion against the Mamata Banerjee government next month, the move primarily aimed at forcing the disqualification of five
VC walks into silent JU  (19 October 05:47 am) 
Calcutta, Oct. 18: Abhijit Chakrabarti walked into a quiet and protest-free Jadavpur University campus today, the first time in over a month.
Blizzard claims techie  (19 October 05:47 am) 
Oct. 18: An engineer from Dum Dum has died in the Nepal blizzard, his family said today.
CPM tries to cut it both ways  (18 October 03:48 am) 
Calcutta, Oct. 17: The CPM\'s Gautam Deb today supported the cause of people who came to India from Bangladesh after 1971, sticking to the party line that does not distinguish between infiltrators and
ED to tag cases similar to Oct 2 blast  (18 October 03:48 am) 
Calcutta, Oct. 17: The Enforcement Directorate, which is probing if Saradha money received by some NGOs was used to fund the Burdwan terror module, has decided to tag three cases related to arms