Wednesday, Jan 28, 2015
Didi’s Urdu shayaris hit market, Oppn raise ‘plagiarism’ doubts

Didi’s Urdu shayaris hit market, Oppn raise ‘plagiarism’ doubts

Mamata’s brother, Ajit, says he doesn’t know when she had she learnt the language.

Our union not anti-govt, but pro-people, says Sinha

Our union not anti-govt, but pro-people, says Sinha

BJP-backed Sarkari Karmachari Parishad holds its first convention.

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Car catches fire from crackers, worker injured.

Here’s what to watch out for in the coming BMC budget.

BJP chief Amit Shah, who has taken full control of the party’s campaign.

Rahul's heavy pitch to the poor echoes Modi; bijli-paani at ‘lowest rate’.

AAP promised changes in the existing Jal Board Act.

Not mentioned in campaigning so far, the two Bills were a major poll plank of the party in the December 2013 polls.

Will focus on pedestrianising the crescent-shaped precinct on weekends with street activities.

A witness told that a particular preservative was not added to the actor’s blood samples.

The project, which twice got just one bidder, now has four firms in race to become consultants.

Modi, in his “Mann ki Baat” radio programme, had linked money involved in drug business to terrorism.

Mamata’s brother, Ajit, says he doesn’t know when she had she learnt the language.

BJP-backed Sarkari Karmachari Parishad holds its first convention.

Kolkata will be promoted as the MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, exhibitions) destination.

Former President Kalam pays tribute, Union minister Javadekar lays wreath on behalf of PM.

AAP volunteers performed ‘flash mob dance’ at various places in the city.

The college has set up a committee to prepare a project report.

Performances by Amitabh Narayan, Raja Rancho and Bhangra by the UT Police officials were the day's highlights.

The CM spent over two hours interacting with top CEOs and promised to solve all their problems.

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Kolkata to be nation’s first wifi city: Mamata
Kolkata to be nation’s first wifi city: Mamata

Reliance Jio Infocomm, which is introducing 4G services in Kolkata, is providing the services.

Didi’s Urdu shayaris hit market, Oppn raise ‘plagiarism’ doubts
Didi’s Urdu shayaris hit market, Oppn raise ‘plagiarism’ doubts

Mamata’s brother, Ajit, says he doesn’t know when she had she learnt the language.

Shah Rukh Khan likely to feature in state’s new tourism campaign
Shah Rukh Khan likely to feature in state’s new tourism campaign

Kolkata will be promoted as the MICE (meetings, incentives, conferences, exhibitions) destination.

Our union not anti-govt, but pro-people, says Sinha
Our union not anti-govt, but pro-people, says Sinha

BJP-backed Sarkari Karmachari Parishad holds its first convention.

Fearing brakes have failed, woman jumps off toy train, dies
Fearing brakes have failed, woman jumps off toy train, dies

Officials deny train was running at a very high speed.

Membership drive of BJP hits minority hurdle in state
Membership drive of BJP hits minority hurdle in state

‘Muslim leaders tell members to join any party except BJP’

‘I can’t keep up with technology’
‘I can’t keep up with technology’

Arshad Ali gets up, close and personal with Padma Bhushan Awardee Ruskin Bond.

Medicos start indefinite fast to free held colleague
Medicos start indefinite fast to free held colleague

NRS lynching College warns of cancellation of regsitration.

In Left march against Obama, hints of Muslim appeasement
In Left march against Obama, hints of Muslim appeasement

Political observers termed the rally as an effort on part of the Left Front to appease the minority voters.

Benegal set to make biopic on Mother Teresa
Benegal set to make biopic on Mother Teresa

Pahlaj Nihalani will produce the untitled film and the music will be given by Ravindra Jain.

Sankar ran amok committing one murder after another: Autopsy
Sankar ran amok committing one murder after another: Autopsy

The police are yet to find any evidence that points towards the involvement of a sixth person in the murders.

Imams protest against Charlie Hebdo cartoon
Imams protest against Charlie Hebdo cartoon

Yahiya added that if no steps were taken within next 15 days, they would put up a greater rally at Esplanade.

VHP to launch health plan for poor in April
VHP to launch health plan for poor in April

Praveen Togadia said he was happy with the “service” being provided by the VHP in the state.

Nominations to close on January 27, Congress yet to decide on candidate
Nominations to close on January 27, Congress yet to decide on candidate

Along with Bongaon, Krishnagunj Assembly seat in Hooghly will also see a bypoll the same day.

Bongaon bypoll: Nominations to close on January 27, Congress yet to decide on candidate
Bongaon bypoll: Nominations to close on January 27, Congress yet to decide on candidate

It is only after the state Congress decides on a name that it will be sent to the AICC for a final nod.

Mamata meets GJM leaders over functioning of GTA
Mamata meets GJM leaders over functioning of GTA

GTA is a semi-autonomous administrative body for the Darjeeling hills and GJM.

Child Trafficking: 16 minors from Jalpaiguri rescued from Bihar, two held
Child Trafficking: 16 minors from Jalpaiguri rescued from Bihar, two held

Sources said the rescued children were said to be missing from their homes for the past 10 days.

Day after, TMC hits back at Amit Shah
Day after, TMC hits back at Amit Shah

Abhishek says people with no knowledge of Bengal claiming to change political scenario.

Saradha Scam: Seven day extension expires today, Mukul yet to  appear before CBI
Saradha Scam: Seven day extension expires today, Mukul yet to appear before CBI

CBI investigators may meet Roy in Delhi if he continues to evade appearance before the agency.

‘Controversial’ Indian Museum director quits
‘Controversial’ Indian Museum director quits

B Venugopal was questioned by the West Bengal CID on the mysterious disappearance of Sunil Upadhyay.

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