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Saturday , December 25 , 2010
Since 1st March, 1999
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Varsity refuses to register 629 students
Gour Banga University has decided not to register 629 students who had taken admission to honours courses in Chanchal College earlier this year as the institution had admitted far more students than the number of seats prescribed under norms....  | Read.. 
GNLF makes comeback efforts
Nearly 70 GNLF supporters today brought out a rally in Bijanbari after more than three years, an indication that the par ...  | Read.. 
Unwanted by herd, calf finds home in Jaldapara
An elephant calf isolated from its herd earlier this month has been captured by the forest department, which will now tr ...  | Read.. 
UGC probe team soon
The UGC is expected to send a team to probe the ragging charges against 14 students of North Bengal University, sources ...  | Read.. 
Mamata message in show skip
Mamata Banerjee will skip an Indian Oil Corporation programme in Haldia tomorrow where Pranab Mukherjee and Manas Bhuniy ...  | Read.. 
Dalai on solution through talks
The Dalai Lama today insisted on resolving differences through dialogues and not bloodshed, the sermon coming at a time ...  | Read.. 
Heritage tag for 100-yr-old church
The more-than-a-century old Baptist Church here has been granted the heritage building tag by the West Bengal Heritage C ...  | Read.. 
Plains protest interim panel
Siliguri- based forums and tribals in the Terai and Dooars today said they would oppose and if necessary prevent the propose ...  | Read.. 
A bus that turned on its side on the state highway near Bolla, 16km from Balurghat, on Friday morning. Six persons, including a four-year-old boy, wer ...  | Read
2 injured in land clash
Poll protest
Road death
Teen suicide
Hostel fire
Poush Mela