Mamata Banerjee dismissed claims of police firing as the cause behind the death of two youths
Dalit writer-activist Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd points to Bengal’s continuing tendency to unsee identity politics and its possible repercussions.
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A tough and thankless job with hardly any pay. A fireman in West Bengal is paid an overtime of Rs 7 to Rs 13 per hour depending on rank
Battery-operated rickshaws, commonly known as totos, continue to run in Siliguri and even on some stretches of highways, slowing down traffic.
Bengali culture, for Bengalis, is a non-negotiable instrument, seen through a prism of supremacy. This was put under the scanner recently at The Bengal Club Library Talk
A body inside a gunny bag fished out of Tolly’s Nullah near Anandapur on Thursday has been identified as that of 35-year-old Archana Palangdar
Alipore Avenue, maintained by the Calcutta Municipal Corporation, has been found to be less durable than required to bear the traffic load of Majerhat