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CM skirts salary-date pledge
Nearly 12,000 teachers of state-aided colleges across West Bengal will have to live with the present uncertainty over receiving monthly salaries on a fixed date, the government has told a prominent teachers’ lobby. ...  | Read.. 
 
Exam clause for teacher promotion
College and university teachers will have to do more than take classes and complete doctoral dissertations for promotion ...  | Read.. 
 
CAT to chase fog at airport
The civil aviation ministry today unveiled a Rs 125-crore package to modernise Calcutta’s Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose Air ...  | Read.. 
 
Police force for Digha tourists mooted
East Midnapore police have sent a proposal for setting up a separate police force for this beach resort to the home depa ...  | Read.. 
 
Temple tussle
The Thursday haat at the border hamlet of Phansidewa had only one topic of discussion, besides business: the lett ...  | Read.. 
 
Border post strike over driver death
Traffic on the Indo-Bangla route was hit today because truck-drivers’ unions called a day-long strike after one of their ...  | Read.. 
 
Wagons derail, service hit
Train services were disrupted for several hours after a goods train derailed near the Mission gate at Ranaghat station t ...  | Read.. 
 
CPM murder blame on ally
Dakshin Jyotishpur village became tense following the murder of a local CPM member, allegedly by RSP activists, over a l ...  | Read.. 
 
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