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2014-08-26 22:35

Young Woman Shot Dead By Fiance In Broad Day Light In Chakdah

A youth and his associated shot dead a 26 year old woman in broad day light in Narkeldanga near Rasullapur under Chakdaha police station on Tuesday afternoon

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2014-08-26 22:16

Adhir Removed Sankar Singh As District Congress President

WB state Congress president Adhir Choudhury has removed Sankar Singh as the party’s Nadia district president on Tuesday and appointed Ashim Saha in his place

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2014-08-26 20:55

CPI (M) Supporters Set Party leader's Home On Fire For Hobnobbing With TMC

A section of CPI (M) supporters have allegedly set party leader and Raghunathpur Panchayat pradhan Dulal Ghosh's home on fire witnessing his proximity to Trinamul Congress and for his open support to the ruling party

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2014-08-26 00:55

Sarda Magnets Issued Lay Off Notice At Its Kalyani Factory

The Sarda Magnets managedment, a unit of East Coast enterprisers limited, which produces industrial magnets has issued lay off notice on Monday after some INTTUC activists made hefty demand for bonus and other benefits despite a poor business by the company

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2014-08-26 00:50

Principal Of Chapra College Resigned After Humiliation By Students

Principal of Chapra Bangaljhi College Krishnagopal Roy has submitted his resignation after a section of college students with allegiance to Trinamul Congress Chatra Parishad humiliated him when he refused to allow them to cheat in the examinations by copying from books

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Suryakanta: Calls For Direct Conflict, Greater Left Unity Beyond LF

Suryakanta Mishra speaking in Krishnanagar on Aug 23 2014. Picture by PRANAB DEBNATH

Opposition leader Suryakanta Mishra on Saturday called for direct conflict (‘Pratyakshya sangram’) with the state government and vowed to take on roads from the second week of September. While speaking at a public meeting in Krishnanagar Saturday, the senior CPI (M) politburo member said that the state government has robbed of the basic rights of the common people that include even the right to express the freedom of opinion. Picture by PRANAB DEBNATH

Birthday Bath: Janmastami Celebration At ISKCON In Mayapur

The idol of Lord Krishna being given a bath on the occasion of Janmastami on Tuesday night at Iskcon in Mayapur. Picture by ABHI GHOSH

The Janamastami festival celebrated at the Chandrodaya temple in Iskcon premise in Mayapur late on Monday night. the main prayer was held past at midnight when around two thousand devotees across the world were present. The Lord Krishna was given a bath of milk which followed the prayer. Picture by ABHI GHOSH.

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2014-06-10 15:12

BARC-BCKV Agreement to Augment Agri Production Using Nuclear Tools

tl_files/images/article_images/1406/20140610barccentre_at_bckv.JPGMohonpur (Nadia): Gone are the days when fruits, vegetables and flowers would rotten in the cold store or on the way to market. Now a simple nuclear radiation using the gamma ray for few minutes could act enough to enhance the shelf life and to preserve the nutrient values. The nuclear scientists of Bhabha Nuclear Research Centre (BARC) would soon show the way to the agriculture scientists at the Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswabidyalaya that how the use of nuclear strategies and tools could be helpful to preserve fruits and vegetables increasing the shelf life and to augment food production improving the quality of different food crops.

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2014-06-10 15:10

qCard To Add Joy In Learning In Nadia School

tl_files/images/article_images/1406/20140610qcard1.jpgNagarukhra (Nadia): A school in a remote village in Nadia has radically changed the way for students to respond with their answers in multiple-choice question (MCQ) based class test. They do no more tick the right answers on the answer sheets, rather they wave sheets of white papers covered with black symbols to record their answer in the laptop of the class teacher kept on his desk.

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