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2015-07-01 12:33

Six Brothers Of A Family Died In Road Accident

In a tragic incident six members of a family died in a road accident during heavy rain that caused poor visibility during the wee hours of Sunday morning while they were returning home after performing the last rights of their paternal uncle

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2015-06-26 23:20

Red Carpet Returns At Kalyani University

The traditional red carpet which was literally banned by the Trinamul Congress Chatra Parishad led students' union 2012, returned at the Kalyani University campus on Friday

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2015-06-26 20:36

Kalyani University Launches Centre For Bengali Diaspora

Kalyani University on Friday launched the Centre for Bengali Diaspora in presence of Governor Keshari Nath Tripathy

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2015-06-25 23:59

Homemaker Found Dead, Mob Set Ablaze Businesman's House

Violent mob set ablaze house of a cooking utensil shop owner Malanchapara area of Nabadweep town late on Wednesday night accusing him killing his wife

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2015-06-25 23:50

Man Injured In Accidental Firing By Guard At SBI Branch

A young bank customer sustained injury when a stray pellet accidentally flew from the singe-barrel gun of a security guard and struck him in the right heel at the State Bank of India’s Chakdaha branch

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Mother Sons Reunited After Seven Years In Krishnanagar

Dulali Saha breaks down after meeting her son Pranab at Saktinagar district hospital in Krishnanagar. Picture by PRANAB

60 year old Dulali saha of Bohar village in burdwan's Memari who went missing after a road accident seven years ago was reunted with her two sons at Saktinagar district hospital in Krishnanagar. For the last seven years since she was admitted to the hospital in Krishnanagar which became her home. She lost her memory and her sons also could not find her. But thanks to the members of Chapra manab kalyan sanstha, a social welfare organization, who on Friday reunited Dulali with her two sons. The organization members yesterday traced out the elderly woman's home in bohar and her two sons pranab and manab, who were brought to Krishnanagar to be reunited with their mother.Super Himadri halder said: "for the last nine years a bond was developed between her amf hospital staff. We will miss her, but at this same time we are happy that she has got her home back". Picture by PRANAB DEBNATH

Manabi Set Become Country's First Transgender College Principal

Professor Manabi Bandopadhaya interacting to a college staff in Krishnanagar. Picture by PRANAB DEBNATH

The Krishnanagar Government Women’s College is all set to be the first college in the country to have the first transgender college principal on June 9 when Professor Manabi Bandopadhaya will join the college and take over its charge. Professor Manabi, a resident of Naihati who undergone a sex change surgery during 2003 visited Krishnanagar Government women’s' college on Tuesday, apparently for a pre-joining interaction with the staff and the student. She is at present working as an associate professor of Bengali department of a Jhargram based Vivekananda Satobarshiki Mahavidyalaya. Picture by PRANAB DEBNATH.

Biman Meets Family Of Slain CPI (M) Leader In Dhananjoypur

Biman Bose and other Left front leaders speaking to wife of slain CPI (M) leader Feroz Sheikh at his home in Machpota village on Tuesday. Picture by PRANAB DEBNATH

Senior CPI (M) leader and Left front chairman Biman Bose on Tuesday met the family members of the slain party leader and panchayat pradhan Feroz Sheikh Dafadar in Dhananjoypur village in Nadia's Nakashipara and called the party workers to be united to resist the attack by the Trinamul Congress activists. Feroz was killed my armed miscreants on May 1 while he was returning his home in Machpota village after attending a meeting. Miscreants shot him from close range killing him on the spot. Picture by PRANAB DEBNATH.