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2014-11-26 21:49

Pool Car Hit By Bolero In Kalyani, Class Six Girl Died

A class six girl of an English medium school died and two other students were seriously hurt when the car pool they were travelling in overturned being hit by a Mahindra Bolero of KMDA in Kalyani on Wednesday afternoon

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2014-11-26 14:43

Krishnaganj Firing: Land Status Misled The Miscreants

The land in Krishnaganj over which a clash occurred on Sunday and a homemaker was shot dead, is recorded with the state refugee rehabilitation (RR) department, which was given to three persons in 1985 for agricultural works

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2014-11-26 14:29

Prime Accused Lanka Ghosh Arrested For Krisnaganj Land Firing

Lankeshwar Ghosh alias Lanka alias Nandan, a Trinamul Congress activist, who is prime accused in Krishnaganj land clash case, was arrested by a team of Nadia police on Monday night

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2014-11-24 12:27

Clash Over Land In Krishnaganj, Woman Killed

A 40-year-old homemaker was shot dead and three others were injured in Krishnaganj on Sunday morning when they tried to resist an attempt by armed miscreants to take possession of a 7-acre private plot being cultivated by villagers

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2014-11-21 22:29

Use Social Media To Counter Slander Against Party, Mamata Tells Youth Activists

Chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday asked party's net savvy young activists to use social media to counter slander against the Trinamul Congress

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Mamata Slams Centre For Infiltration

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West Bengal chief minister and Trinamul Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee lashed on centre for infiltration through the porous barbed wire fencing along the Indo-Bangladesh border in West Bengal and other parts. Speaking to part workers in Kalyani she alleged in connection with the Burdwan blast that many areas of the border is still unfenced through which miscreants have been sneaking into the Indian territory with ulterior motives. She said, patrolling the border and fecning it as well as the duty and responsibility of the centre, which is not doing it properly. She said: "The centre blame us for incident like Khagragarh blash but not doing its duty seriously. Responsibility of guarding the border and even around 5 km area beyond rests with the centre, not of the state police. If you keep the border unfenced, it is quite natural that the miscreants would try to sneak with subversive motive. But, is it our fault, why you did not put the fencing properly in all the stretches of the border?". The chief minister, nevertheless, asked partymen to be alert and inform police if they found any one with suspicious identity. "Please do inform the police immediately if you witnessed any such people", she said. Picture by PRANAB DEBNATH.

The Ever Green Iron Man: Manohar Aich

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103 Year Old bodybuilder Manohar Aich inaugurated the Nadia district body building championship 2014 at Rittick Sadan in Kalyani on Sunday. The Mr. Universe of 1952 told the young body builders to be true and honest to their endeavor and to maintain a simple life. The 'three' times Asian Games gold medalist, Manohar Aich was once honored to be nick named as 'pocker hercules'. Now even after crossing the centenary age, the iron man, as he known in the country, appeared to be ever green in mind. He talked to the young body builders, inspired them, watched their show given them tips and answered their queries at the programme. Text and Photograph by TAPAN DAS

Special Story

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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