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s key Muslim faces in West Bengal, has rebelled at a strategic time, launching a political forum before the Lok Sabha elections but targeting the 2016 assembly polls, and has left the party wary about taking action against him.
IN To every Bangla or Bengali-speaking person living across the globe, Feb. 21 evokes a passion mixed with glory and grief. On this day, 62 years ago, blood was spilled to protect the right of speaking in one's mother language. An ebullient group of
In an interview to Tamal Sengupta , she says her government is willing to waive land caps for projects that promise a good compensation package to farmers and don't resort to forcible acquisitions. Edited Excerpts: What are your three major
Two prominent CPI(M) leaders, Abdul Rezzak Mollah and Lakshman Seth on Sunday trashed the party as incompetent and authoritarian and called for urgent reforms from the top. Mollah, who had in the past repeatedly slammed the party leadership as
Demotix As snipers fired at EuroMaidan protesters on February 20, 2014 one young medical volunteer was hit in the neck, but managed to write on Twitter: I am dying. Her message was shared by thousands of people until finally, two hours later, she
Write to the Author Anna Hazare may have surprised poll watchers by blessing Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee but is it an alliance of convenience between a regional satrap looking for a national presence and an anti-graft crusader who has
Bengal today passed a law to form a board to speed up the recruitment of doctors in government hospitals but many felt the medicine would not work unless rural infrastructure and minimum living-condition guarantees were put in place.
Abhishek Das (153) and Rashmi Ranjan Das (118 not out) hit centuries as Bhowanipore Club registered a 113-run win over Aikya Sammilani in the pre-quarter finals of the CAB Senior Knockout tournament, at the Jadavpur University Salt Lake Campus ground,
Write to the Author Describing West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee as the "torch bearer of the tyrannical CPI-M", the Bharatiya Janata Party Friday urged social activist Anna Hazare not to support the Trinamool Congress. Accusing the Banerjee-
Refering to Sir Syed Ahmad Khan's remarks while laying the foundation stone of the Muhammadan Anglo Oriental College now known as AMU that the seed would mature into mighty tree from whose roots would sprout saplings, Mukherjee said: The AMU