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Bengal comes to Grips with e-payments

The Mamata Banerjee government has unveiled an electronic receipt system that allows citizens to pay taxes and make deposits to the state without grappling with queues, holidays, paperwork and middlemen....   | Read..
 

FDI demon in Puja pandals

Munch on Trinamul’s anti-FDI tirade along with that chicken roll while pandal-hopping this time. ...   | Read..
 

Partha barb

Industries minister Partha Chatterjee today said former health minister Surjya Kanta Mishra could be jailed if “some files stacked in Swastha Bhavan” were reopene...   | Read..
 

Haldia port firm alleges assault

Private port operator Haldia Bulk Terminal Ltd today expressed “concern” on the “continued state of lawlessness” at Haldia port and alleged that sacke...   | Read..
 

‘Irregular’ doctors locked up for three hours

Two doctors were locked up inside a Birbhum health centre for three hours by villagers who alleged medics don’t come to the facility regularly and a casual worker treat...   | Read..
 

Trinamul cry against own civic chairman

Trinamul workers, allegedly instigated by a Durgapur ward councillor of the party, today protested outside the home of the municipality chairman, who is also from Trinamul, a...   | Read..
 

Threat to professor

A retired professor of Visva-Bharati has said he has been receiving death threats ever since he lodged a complaint of theft at his house in September. ...   | Read..
 
Bengal comes to Grips with e-payments