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Trinamul turf war out of bush

Two Trinamul leaders in their fifties came to blows on a Durgapur street yesterday over clearing of roadside bushes in the wake of the alleged rape of a woman on Sunday night. ...   | Read..
 

Delhi pat for state on law and order

The Union minister of state for home affairs, Jitendra Singh, today met chief minister Mamata Banerjee at Writers’ and praised her government for “bringing do...   | Read..
 

Monday opening for stalled unit

Carnation Industries Ltd today said its iron-casting factory in Howrah’s Uluberia would reopen on September 17 and any decision on raising the wages of employees wo...   | Read..
 

Maoists ‘eye’ CU

Arrested Maoist leader Avishek Mukherjee had been assigned the task of motivating Calcutta University students to join the rebel outfit, the Special Task Force (STF) has ...   | Read..
 

Muck flies at health centre

A group of Birbhum villagers today smeared the main gate of a health centre with mud and hung a slipper on the latch protesting absenteeism of the doctor and nurses there...   | Read..
 

Land cloud on 26 schools

The government has walked into a land block in Murhsidabad where it wants to set up primary schools in 26 villages but residents are not ready to donate plots as selling ...   | Read..
 

Boy held for child marriage

A 19-year-old youth was arrested from Hooghly’s Khanakul last night for marrying a 15-year-old girl....   | Read..
 

Visva relief

A Birbhum court today acquitted a former garden superintendent of Visva-Bharati of the charges of stealing a sandalwood tree from the varsity premises in January 2004....   | Read..
 
The roadside bush in Bidhannagar over which the two Trinamul leaders fought. Picture by Arup Sarkar
Trinamul turf war out of bush