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Bengali film on treasure hunt to be leased soon

Byomkesh-actor Abir Chatterjee will now don the hat of a treasure hunter in 'Guptodhoner Sondhane', which is claimed to be the first big Bengali film on treasure hunt, will be released this month.Eminent Bengali directors Goutam Ghosh, Kamaleswar Mukherjee ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
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WB minister accuses BJP of fomenting trouble, party hits back

A senior West Bengal minister on Wednesday accused the Bharatiya Janata Party of fomenting trouble in the state “using the name of Lord Rama”, a charge that drew the ire of the party, which lashed out at chief minister Mamata Banerjee, accusing her of “doing politics” in the national capital while her state was “burning”. Education Minister Partha Chatterjee said attempts were made to create unrest in Raniganj and Asansol and the administration had handled ...
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Cop loses hand in fresh violence over Ram Navami rallies in WB

Trouble over Ram Navami processions continued in West Bengal for the second day on Monday as members of saffron outfits clashed with the police in Murshidabad and Bardhaman West districts, resulting in a senior police officer losing his hand when a bomb was hurled at him. IMAGE: An injured police man is taken to hospital after clashes during Ram Navami procession at Raniganj area in West Burdwan district. Photograph: PTI Photo One person was killed and five police personnel were ...
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Why young India is paying for expensive private colleges

With overburdened, excessively competitive public universities and an unchecked spurt of private universities, the undergraduate system is in shambles. To raise the bar for undergraduate education in India, a clutch of private universities -- and some public ones -- are changing the way institutes admit students, run institutions and impart education. Manvi Kapur reports. With plush campuses and shift in pedagogy, private universities like Ashoka University, Shiv Nadar University, Azim Premji ...
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Airline Passengers: You have rights!

Government to ask airlines to educate flyers.'It will be an exhaustive charter which will tell the passenger about all their rights, like whether they are eligible for a refund when there is a delay in flight, what to do in case of a flight delay and other in-flight etiquette.'Arindam Majumder reports.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com IMAGE: In 2017, India's domestic air traffic surged 17.4 per cent to cross the 100 million mark.Government officials say at least a quarter are first-time ...
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Vijay Hazare: Andhra, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Saurashtra qualify for knockouts

Chennai: Andhra registered their sixth straight win in Group C of the Vijay Hazare Trophy cricket tournament after they overcame Mumbai by 29 runs here on Wednesday. Skipper G Hanuma Vihari (169) and K.S. Bharat (105) starred for Andhra as the triumph enabled ...
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Agarwal ton powers Karnataka

Mayank Agarwals marauding form continued as Karnataka began their Vijay Hazare Trophy campaign with a commanding victory against Baroda in a rain-hit game here at the Just Cricket ground on Wednesday. The right-handed opener blasted a quickfire century (109, ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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