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  • Independence Day Speech Blocked By Doordarshan, AIR, Alleges Tripura Chief Minister

    Independence Day Speech Blocked By Doordarshan, AIR, Alleges Tripura Chief Minister

    National broadcaster Doordarshan today denied allegations that Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar's Independence Day speech was blacked out by state-run TV and radio on Tuesday. Mr Sarkar, alleging that he had been asked to "reshape" his address, called it "thoroughly undemocratic, authoritarian and curtailment of freedom of speech."

  • Netaji Statue Vandalised On Independence Day In Bengal's Birbhum District

    Netaji Statue Vandalised On Independence Day In Bengal's Birbhum District

    In a tiny village in West Bengal's Birbhum district, Independence Day did not get off the ground at all today. Villagers at Panchra woke up to find a statue of freedom fighter Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose - to be inaugurated to mark the day - covered with tar and its nose broken by miscreants in the night.

  • Pramod Da's Soul Food Or Mass Produced-Fast Fare? Presidency Debates

    Pramod <i>Da</i>'s Soul Food Or Mass Produced-Fast Fare? Presidency Debates

    The vice chancellor wants a swanky food court that offers -- as per the tender floated -- Chinese, Punjabi, Mughlai, South Indian, Gujarati food and more. But students want Pramod da's Canteen and its 40 years of heritage, as iconic as Presidency itself.

  • West Bengal Civic Body Polls: Opposition Demands Fresh Election

    West Bengal Civic Body Polls: Opposition Demands Fresh Election

    Major opposition parties in West Bengal have demanded cancellation of elections to the seven municipal bodies held today, alleging widespread violence and booth-capturing by Trinamool Congress workers.

  • After Over 60 Days Of Darjeeling Shutdown, Rajnath Singh's Fresh Appeal

    After Over 60 Days Of Darjeeling Shutdown, Rajnath Singh's Fresh Appeal

    After more than two months of a complete shutdown in Darjeeling, the Union Home Minister today met a small delegation of leaders from the hill station and appealed to them to call off the bandh.

  • After Sporadic Clashes, Voting On For 7 Municipal Bodies In West Bengal

    After Sporadic Clashes, Voting On For 7 Municipal Bodies In West Bengal

    The ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) has left no stone unturned to ensure its victory in all the civic bodies

  • Narada Sting: Kolkata Mayor Quizzed For 8 Hours By Enforcement Directorate

    Narada Sting: Kolkata Mayor Quizzed For 8 Hours By Enforcement Directorate

    Kolkata's first citizen, Mayor Sovan Chatterjee, was questioned by the Enforcement Directorate for a marathon eight hours today in the Narada sting case. He was seen on the sting tapes taking Rs 4 lakh from journalist Mathew Samuel who pretended to be a businessman seeking favours.

  • Gorkha Janmukti Morcha's Town Office Set On Fire. Darjeeling Bandh Enters 57th Day

    Gorkha Janmukti Morcha's Town Office Set On Fire. Darjeeling <i>Bandh</i> Enters 57th Day

    On the 57th day of the indefinite bandh in the hills, Darjeeling woke up to find an office of the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha in the heart of town burnt down. Situated in the central Chowk Bazaar area, it was the Morcha's town committee office. Nobody knows who set it on fire in the dead of night.

  • India-China Seminar In Kolkata Put Off, Doklam Effect Starts To Show

    India-China Seminar In Kolkata Put Off, Doklam Effect Starts To Show

    As the face off at Doklam continues, its impact is beginning to be felt on routine exchanges between India and China. A seminar that was to be held in Kolkata today with five academicians from China was "unilaterally postponed" by China's consulate general in the city because of "technical reasons" a couple of days ago.

  • After Violence In Bengal's Mothabari, Mamata Banerjee Blames BJP

    After Violence In Bengal's Mothabari, Mamata Banerjee Blames BJP

    In Bengal, prohibitory orders were imposed at Mothabari in West Bengal's Malda district on Tuesday and stayed in force today after a mob threw bricks at the police and blocked a road near the police station for several hours. The protestors were demanding the arrest of the men who beat up the driver of a tractor so badly after he ran over a teenage...

  • 2 Months After Suspension, CPM Demotes Its MP Ritabrata Banerjee

    2 Months After Suspension, CPM Demotes Its MP Ritabrata Banerjee

    Two months after he was suspended from the party for using expensive accessories and indulging in other more personal indiscretions, the Communist Party of India (Marxist) today demoted its Rajya Sabha parliamentarian Ritabrata Banerjee

  • No Free Rations At Peace Stations, Officers Say Move Disappointing

    No Free Rations At Peace Stations, Officers Say Move Disappointing

    Napoleon Bonaparte said, an army marches on its stomach. But officers of the Indian Army, Air Force and Navy posted at peace stations will no longer get a promised perk - daily rations. In fact, rations have stopped since July 1. Instead, they will get an allowance of Rs 96.03 per day credited into their bank accounts.

  • Darjeeling Erupts Again; Centre, State Silent On 45th Day Of Shutdown

    Darjeeling Erupts Again; Centre, State Silent On 45th Day Of Shutdown

    After a couple of weeks of relative calm in Darjeeling, trouble erupted today in West Bengal's hill district again; this time at the foothills at Sukna where kukri-wielding activists demanding a the separate state of Gorkhaland clashed with police.

  • Mamata Banerjee, Winning 5 Bengal Rajya Sabha Seats, Suggests Meira Kumar For The 6th

    Mamata Banerjee, Winning 5 Bengal Rajya Sabha Seats, Suggests Meira Kumar For The 6th

    From one of the most predictable elections of all, one out of six seats from West Bengal to the Upper House of parliament has suddenly put several political parties in a spin. The Bihar drama is only adding to the confusion over that seat. The other five are virtually in the bag for the Trinamool, given its huge majority in the state Assembly.

  • Mamata Banerjee's New Attack On BJP: A 'Quit India Movement'

    Mamata Banerjee's New Attack On BJP: A 'Quit India Movement'

    Mamata Banerjee has called for a new "Quit India Movement". On the anniversary of the 9 August 1942 crusade by India's freedom fighters against the British, she will launch a campaign with the slogan "BJP Bharat Chhoro" or "BJP Quit India".

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