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Teachers told to clip studentsí nails
Primary school teachers in Nadia are up in arms against the administration following a circular that says teachers must ensure studentsí personal hygiene by clipping their nails and washing their hands with soap. ...  | Read.. 
 
Toddler in drain, lips sealed
A child who went missing a week ago was fished out of a drain near Ranaghat today with his hands tied behind and lips seal ...  | Read.. 
 
Teens raped at gunpoint
A gang of five raped two tribal teenagers of the same family holding their relatives at gunpoint in a Murshidabad villag ...  | Read.. 
 
Defence nod to airport
The defence ministry has waved the green flag to the proposed upgrade of Bagdogra airport to international status, urban ...  | Read.. 
 
CPM dusts land sop of the seventies
The chief minister will bestow the right to cultivate government plots on landless peasants in Nandigram and neighbourin ...  | Read.. 
 
Church joins land acquisition protest
After the farmers in Singur and Nandigram, the Church of North India is protesting against land acquisition by the gover ...  | Read.. 
 
A jumble of water pipes on an electric post in Kalimpong, which is crippled by water scarcity through the year. Even during the last monsoon, resident ...  | Read
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