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WBCS sops in poll run-up  (30 August 03:48 am) 
Calcutta, Aug. 29: Chief minister Mamata Banerjee today announced initiatives that offer better career prospects and pecuniary benefits to West Bengal Civil Service (WBCS) officers, many of whom are
Judge for Tapas case  (30 August 03:48 am) 
Calcutta, Aug. 29: Chief Justice Manjula Chellur of Calcutta High Court today assigned Justice Nishita Mhatre to dispose of the state government\'s appeal against Justice Dipankar Dutta\'s order of a
Vohra seeks repayment time  (30 August 03:48 am) 
Calcutta, Aug. 29: The Bipin Vohra-owned Bengal India Global Infrastructure Ltd today said it required more time to repay a Central Bank of India loan, a day after the CBI registered a case against
Plan to move SC  (30 August 03:48 am) 
Aug. 29: Two lawyers who had filed a PIL during whose hearing the Supreme Court had ordered a CBI probe into the Saradha scam are preparing to seek the apex court\'s directive to the Bengal government
Visva smut threat charge  (30 August 03:48 am) 
Santiniketan, Aug. 29: A Visva-Bharati student has lodged a complaint with the university authorities alleging that three seniors had extorted her by threatening to circulate \"objectionable pictures\"
Body found  (30 August 03:47 am) 
Kalimpong, Aug. 29: A businessman was found murdered in his rented accommodation at 9th Mile here by local residents early this morning.
Minority Left board kept out  (30 August 03:47 am) 
Alipurduar, Aug. 29: The ruling Left Front councillors of Alipurduar municipality today couldn\'t enter the office for a board meeting as the main gate was locked by Trinamul members of the civic body.
Adhir seeks viral death figures  (30 August 03:47 am) 
Siliguri, Aug. 29: State Congress chief Adhir Chowdhury today demanded that the state government release a white paper with correct statistics on the Japanese Encephalitis outbreak in north Bengal.
'Interfere' rap on DM  (30 August 03:47 am) 
Darjeeling, Aug. 29: The chief judicial magistrate of Darjeeling today told the district magistrate he must hand over all relevant documents of the minority welfare society Anjuman-E-Islamia to the
CM sees deflated BJP balloon  (29 August 04:48 am) 
Calcutta, Aug. 28: Mamata Banerjee today drew comfort from the outcome of the recent bypolls to 18 Assembly seats in four states, where the BJP won only seven.
Potato strike call sparks price fear  (29 August 04:48 am) 
Aug. 28: Potato traders in Bengal today announced a three-day ceasework from September 1 to protest a condition set by the government for a partial relaxation of the export ban, raising fears of a
Adhir unfazed by defections  (29 August 04:48 am) 
Calcutta, Aug. 28: Bengal Congress chief Adhir Chowdhury today iterated that he was not bothered about the exodus of members, appearing to throw the gauntlet at senior leaders who have held him
Tortured on theft charge  (29 August 04:48 am) 
Tamluk, Aug. 28: A young mother who has to beg to raise her 13-year-old daughter was tied to an electricity post for seven hours, tonsured and beaten up after being accused of stealing a utensil by a
BEd admission reins  (29 August 04:48 am) 
Kalyani, Aug. 28: Kalyani University has decided to conduct admissions to the 54 private BEd colleges affiliated to it, the move coming on the heels of the \"cash-for-seats\" scam at one of the
Bank fraud case on Vohra  (29 August 04:48 am) 
Sept. 28: The CBI today lodged a case against Calcutta-based industrialist Bipin Vohra and others for allegedly cheating Central Bank of India by obtaining a loan of Rs 139.05 crore with forged
Court query to Darj DM  (29 August 04:47 am) 
Darjeeling, Aug. 28: The Darjeeling chief judicial magistrate has directed the district magistrate to file an affidavit in court tomorrow, explaining if actions taken by him in running a minority
Deb pill for absent docs  (29 August 04:47 am) 
Siliguri, Aug.28: Minister Gautam Deb today said seven doctors have been show-caused for dereliction of duty at North Bengal Medical College and Hospital in what is turning out to be a belated
CM in Siliguri on Sept 1  (29 August 04:47 am) 
Siliguri, Aug. 28: Minister Gautam Deb today said Mamata Banerjee would inaugurate the revamped Dinabandhu Mancha and launch new health and tourism services in Siliguri on September 1.
Teacher quit letter cloud  (27 August 04:46 am) 
Raiganj, Aug. 26: The Raiganj University College advisory committee has accepted the resignation of the institution\'s teacher-in-charge but has told him to continue on the job till the state higher
GTA seeks talks report  (27 August 04:46 am) 
Darjeeling, Aug. 26: The GTA has sought an action report from the state government on the outcome of the five bipartite talks held so far, Bimal Gurung said here today. It is the first time that the
Tips to tackle trafficking  (27 August 04:46 am) 
Siligiri, Aug. 26: A Delhi-based NGO is organising programmes across schools in north Bengal in collaboration with district administrations to sensitise adolescents to human trafficking which is
Monsoon maroons north Bengal  (27 August 04:46 am) 
Aug. 26: Incessant rainfall since yesterday has flooded several areas in Alipurduar district and seven rivers in north Bengal have swollen with the water level near the danger mark.
Two die in Burdwan gas leak  (27 August 03:48 am) 
Durgapur, Aug. 26: Two elderly women died and 40 residents of Gopalpur, on the outskirts of Asansol town, fell ill following a gas leak.
Asim gives Amit a chance to grin  (27 August 03:48 am) 
Calcutta, Aug. 26: Finance minister Amit Mitra today found an unlikely ally in the debate with his central counterpart Arun Jaitley over Bengal\'s financial situation \' Asim Dasgupta.
Calcutta, Aug. 26: Adhir Chowdhury is facing dissent within five months of taking charge as state Congress president, with a section of Bengal leaders seeking Sonia Gandhi\'s intervention to stop an