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One-window access to industry
The government is considering setting up a single window facility for the industrial units in the Barasat-Barrackpore area of North 24-Parganas....  | Read.. 
 
Youth moves court with snaps of private tuition
Miffed at schoolteachers involved in private tuition even after giving undertakings to the government, an unemployed youth h ...  | Read.. 
 
Bhutan heat on militant camps
The Bhutan government, under pressure from Indian authorities to flush out Ulfa and KlO militants following the Dhupguri ...  | Read.. 
 
UK official meets Bleach in jail
British high commissioner to India Sir Rob Young visited Peter Bleach, convicted in the Purulia armsdrop case, at Presid ...  | Read.. 
 
Snakebite death after tantrik turn
A nine-year-old boy died last night in a village near here after being bitten by a snake and declared “safe” by the vill ...  | Read.. 
 
Students plead for jackal relief
Scared of repeated attacks by jackals, over 100 school students of the Nodakhali area of South 24-Parganas have petition ...  | Read.. 
 
Royal Bengal scare in village
Panic gripped Lahiripur village in the Sunderbans after a tiger strayed in and killed a cow and goat last night. ...  | Read.. 
 
Report raps CPM’s scam ‘correction’
The commission in the state CPM that deals with errant cadre has expressed its displeasure at certain party units for vi ...  | Read.. 
 
Gender breakdown in jail
Even as the state administration goes on an overdrive to improve prison conditions following the Malda lock-up tragedy, ...  | Read.. 
 
Hunt for women in twin murders
In a crackdown on the scrap mafia operating in the industrial township following the murders of two security guards in a ...  | Read.. 
 
Wanted, a shelter for civic body
The councillors of Panskura municipality, formed for the first time in May, feel hampered in fulfilling their obligation ...  | Read.. 
 
Congress activists protest against International Cricket Council’s “high-handedness” at a rally in front of Eden Gardens in Calcutta on Tuesday. Pict ...  | Read