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    After Abhishek Banerjee's tweet, no NET exams on Durga Puja days

    Mpost Kolkata: There will be no NET (National Eligibility Test ) examination during Durga Puja in Bengal, Trinamool Congress MP Dinesh Trivedi said on Monday. He claimed that Union Education minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank has assured him of the decision. Few days back, the National Testing Agency had released the UGC-NET exam schedule and it was found that some of the dates...

    • 6 hrs ago
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    Thrust to augment egg production in state

    SOUMITRA NANDI Kolkata: In a significant stride in augmenting the production of eggs in the state, the West Bengal Livestock Development Corporation Ltd (WBLDC) has come up with a state of the art chicken layer farm at Rathtala in Kalyani. The completely automated farm is presently producing 94,000 eggs on a daily basis with the total number of birds in it being one lakh."The chicken layer farm...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    Mathematics Made Easy: More than 5K visit online session

    Team MP Kolkata: 'Mathematics Made Easy'-the online class for students organised by Science City, Kolkata through You Tube on Monday morning has witnessed an overwhelming response with more than 5000 visitors mostly students joining the same. Deputy Secretary (academic) of West Bengal Board of Secondary Education Partha Karmakar conducted the class and gladly responded to a...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    Minor killed by father

    MPost Kolkata: A man murdered his minor daughter at Garbeta in West Midnapore on Sunday night. It is alleged that a few days ago the man from Amlasuli came to know that his daughter had an affair with a youth. When he asked her about it, he came to know that she is two month pregnant. Over the issue he used to assault her. On the day of Viswakarma Puja the girl went to her maternal uncle's place at Satbankura in...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    Truck operators call for a 72 hour strike from Oct 12

    MPost Kolkata: Truck operators will go on a 72-hour strike from October 12 demanding withdrawal of toll tax, financial aid, action against police atrocities and others. "The state wide 'Chakka Jam Hartal' will start on October 12 and end on October 14. There are 5.5 lakh trucks in West Bengal. These trucks will not move across the state during the 72-hour hartal. Trucks...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    One arrested for stabbing youth in Regent Park area

    Team MP Kolkata: A youth was allegedly stabbed by another over an old dispute that cropped up on the day of Viswakarma Puja in Regent Park. According to the police, on Sunday afternoon at around 2:30 pm, Sushanta Dey of Itakhola in Regent Park area, who is a driver, was going somewhere in a car. It is alleged that another youth from his vicinity, identified as Raj Kumar Munshi, stopped his...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    Five held for refusing to give rooms to madrasah teachers in Salt Lake

    Team MP Kolkata: Five persons were detained by the police in Salt Lake for allegedly refusing lodging to a few madrasah teachers despite having prior booking. It is alleged that 10 teachers belonging to the organisation styled as 'Kaikhali Shikshak Oikya O Kalyan Samiti' arrived in Kolkata on Monday morning as they had some work at the School Education...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    Lukewarm response to yellow taxi strike, services not hit

    Shaheryar Hossain Kolkata: Yellow taxi strike had less impact on the commuters as sufficient number of taxis plied on the roads on Monday. "Every day, I go to the office by yellow taxi. Today, I boarded a yellow taxi from Park Circus and went to my office at Esplanade," said Asfa Khanam, a commuter. Sufficient numbers of taxis were available at Howrah and Sealdah stations. ...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    South Dinajpur starts 'Paridarshan Saptaha'

    PINAK PANI CHOWDHURY BALURGHAT: South Dinajpur Zilla Parishad (SDZP) under guidance of District Magistrate and Executive Officer of Zilla Parishad Nikhil Nirmal has started observing Paridarshan Saptaha (Week Long Inspection) on Banglar Awaas Yojana (BAY) and Mission Nirmal Bangla (MNB) in South Dinajpur. The two projects were undertaken by the Mamata Banerjee-led Bengal government for the...

    • 7 hrs ago
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    Weatherman warns of heavy rains over the next four days

    Team MP Kolkata: The Regional Meteorological Centre in Alipore has issued a warning of heavy to very heavy rain in the state particularly in North Bengal districts for the next four days. As per the MeT officials, the water level of rivers is expected to rise and an alert has been issued in this regard. An alert has already been issued warning the fishermen in coastal regions not to...

    • 7 hrs ago

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