The Telegraph
Monday , December 12 , 2016

Visva plans to go cashless

Visva-Bharati has decided to make its campus cashless by installing point of sale (POS) machines and through various e-wallets to collect money ranging from students' fees to tickets to the museum...   | Read..

Woman harassed, cites police apathy

A woman, who stays with her mother after being deserted by her husband, has said she is scared to leave the house in Nadia's Santipur as she was harassed by a youth for six...   | Read..
Panchayat minister Subrata Mukherjee on Sunday urged Visva-Bharati students to launch a protest...   | Read..