Months after the Tata Motors withdrew from the small car project in Singur,the State Commission for Women plans to prepare a proposal concerning alternative modes of livelihood for those women,who were to be employed under the project.
Some provisions of the Right to Education Bill passed by the Union Cabinet last year,has not gone down well with the Association of Anglo Indian Schools in the country.
This winter has been the warmest in recent years as the mercury remained up to five degrees above normal.
Over a week has passed since the state government had issued an advertisement seeking opinion from people and organisations on road accidents,but it is yet to receive a single suggestion.
The police arrested four persons in connection with siphoning over Rs 1 crore from a barristers account on Thursday.
Following the hooch tragedy that claimed 29 lives so far,the state government is preparing a revised excise policy taking into consideration demand and supply of liquor.
The prostitution racket in Surat is being fuelled by girls from Bengal. The police are on the hunt for a gang of three who had bought at least six girls from the villages of Bengal in the guise of getting them jobs in Surat.
Traffic was brought to a standstill in central and south Kolkata on Thursday following Muharram processions which were taken out in various parts of city.
Curfew was clamped in Midnapore town following a clash between members of an akhada and Muslims during a Muharram procession on Thursday.
Adding its voice to the outrage over the Satyam shocker,the Communist Party of India demanded a judicial probe into the issue on Thursday.
In 1992,he had walked for the first time all the way from Gujarat to attend the Gangasagar Mela in West Bengal.
The tussle regarding Gangasagar pilgrims being granted permission to set up temporary structures on the Maidan has taken a backseat this year with the organisers and the state government promising to do a clean up act...
A day before counting of votes is scheduled to begin for the Nandigram by-election,the CPM claimed that around 1,000 of its supporters have been ousted from villages near Sonachura during the past 72 hours by Trinamool Congress workers.
The state government,which had been saying that it would seek an extension to the December 31,2008,deadline to ban two-stroke autos from plying in the city,is now keen to phase out the vehicles in a staggered manner.
The ripples of the Satyam Computers scam are being felt in the state too,with the fate of thousands of engineering graduates hanging in balance.
As the strike by employees of the state-run oil companies entered the second day,majority of the petrol pumps in the state on Thursday went dry.
More than 30 people were injured in Muharram clashes across the country on Thursday. While at least 27 persons,including one policeman,were injured in a communal clash at Midnapore town in West Bengal...
While rumours are floating around in Delhi fashion circles about the alleged pullout of sponsors at one of the fashion weeks...
Right after saas bahus spread out their kitchenware all over the airwaves,creative heads decided theyve had had enough of colourful girl-talk.
Unseeded Ayush Dharewa today toppled third seed Prateek Pushkar Baxi of Chattisgarh on the third day of Treat Joosi AITA BTA Championship Series 2009 being held in memory of Dilip Bose at the BTA Complex here.