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Schools empty in violence-hit villages

The political violence in Birbhum has taken its toll on the studies of children in around 30 villages, including Choumandalpur and Makhra. ...   | Read..
 

Govt promises flights, land protests continue

Labour minister Malay Ghatak today announced that Andal airport’s land problems had been resolved and two small flights would start using it from January 7, the cla...   | Read..
 

All roads lead to Makhra and stop

Opposition parties today thronged violence-hit Makhra in an apparent bid to extract political mileage at a time the Trinamul Congress is finding itself hemmed in by sever...   | Read..
 

Farmer protest over loan notices

Around 500 farmers today demonstrated outside a cooperative bank in Tamluk, demanding the withdrawal of loan-recovery notices. ...   | Read..
 

Aides demand Arabul continuance in rural body

Several members of the Trinamul-run Bhangar-II panchayat samiti, where Arabul Islam is the sabhapati, today demanded that the party allow the expelled leader to continue ...   | Read..
 
An empty bed in a classroom of Makhra Primary School, where a police camp has been set up. Picture by Indrajit Roy
Schools empty in violence-hit villages

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