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Mukherjee felt Dalmiya couldn't declare himself as president at the AGM and that his name had to be proposed and seconded by its members. I was representing Ballygunge United at the AGM and had raised the issue as a member of the club. The government
Another issue that had dogged the project in the past was the reported presence of coal under the ground. In April 2012, former Union Coal Minister Sri Prakash Jaiswal had written to the state government asking it to stop the project because of the
Dev (left) and Babul Supriyo displayed a rare moment of camaraderie in the cut-throat world of Bengal politics...The 10th edition of the ABP Ananda Sera Bangali Awards on Sunday evening, where the two gave away an award each...We have a life beyond
Two more persons died of encephalitis in West Bengal since yesterday, taking the toll to 111 as six more were admitted to hospital with suspected infection. Two persons have died of encephalitis since yesterday, while six new admissions have been
Calcutta police are chasing a threat to society. Pigs, not extortionists or politicians making incriminating speeches. Calcutta's cops and civic officials have launched a drive to identify city pigsties and remove the animals, reservoirs of the
But even after winning the coveted gold medal which he narrowly lost in the Delhi edition in 2010, Sukhen is not a happy man. He is still leaking his wounds from all the insults and snub he received from his state government in the past four years.
Photo; Vivek Bendre The year was 1943 and over three million lives had been lost in what is one of the greatest man-made disasters to strike India the Bengal famine. It affected the vast area that includes present-day West Bengal, Bihar, Odisha and
The Hindu Last rites were performed on Wednesday on the banks of the Subarnarekha in Purulia by Panchanan Kuiri (left-foreground) and Naresh Pramanik. Photo: Amit Singh Deo Panchanan Kuiri, Naresh Pramanik shave their hair, after completing 21-day
The Bengal government today allowed police to arrest a Trinamul union leader, responding to an ultimatum by Eastern Coalfields Ltd (ECL) and betraying industry-related jitters that stood in sharp contrast with the inflexibility on the political front.
Officers called to the property in the town of Chilapa de Alvarez, in the state of Guerrero, found that the house was completely empty, with no evidence of anyone living there. But after hearing noises coming from one of the rooms for themselves,