The Telegraph
Sunday , July 27 , 2014

Virus alerts Bengal ignored

The state government allegedly ignored alerts from the Centre for Research in Medical Entomology, Madurai, in 2012 on Japanese encephalitis, the revelation coming on a day the administration announced a slew of measures to tackle the outbreak in north Bengal. ...   | Read..

Hospital chief puts toll at 203

Over 200 people in north Bengal have died of Japanese encephalitis and acute encephalitis syndrome (AES), the new superintendent of North Bengal Medical College Hospital ...   | Read..

Presidency meeting

The Presidency University governing board, the newly formed decision-making body of the institution, today apparently discussed at its first meeting the student ...   | Read..

IIT course flexibility

IIT Kharagpur will allow BTech students to complete their course before or after the prescribed four years to pursue another based on their aptitude and interest. ...   | Read..

Desertion blow to CPM in Midnapore

Expelled CPM leader Lakshman Seth’s wife Tamalika today quit the party along with 25 East Midnapore leaders, dealing another blow to Alimuddin Street and the chance...   | Read..

Acid victim faces sight loss

The 19-year-old acid attack victim from Burdwan could lose her vision, doctors at Calcutta’s Regional Institute of Ophthalmology (RIO) said today....   | Read..

Tutor admits assault

Private tutor Puja Singh today admitted before a magistrate that she had assaulted a three-year-old boy and said she had “learnt a lesson from the mistake”. ...   | Read..
IIT Kharagpur students take a selfie at the convocation on Saturday. Picture by Sanjoy Chattopadhyaya
IIT course flexibility



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