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WB: TMC leader murdered in Birbhum district

3 Trinamool Congress activists shot dead by miscreants in West...

In West Bengal, three Trinamool Congress activists were shot dead by miscreants near Bolpur in Birbhoom district.Official sources said, the incident occurred yesterday when the victims were traveling on a two-wheeler. News on Air, 5 days ago
Three killed in Birbhum district Sify, 5 days ago

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Anandabazar Patrika, 5 months ago
Calcutta Telegraph, 5 months ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Driver talks, bus overturns

The overturned bus. Picture by Abir Islam Bolpur, Sept. 22: A bus whose driver was allegedly frequently turning his head around and speaking to a woman lost control and overturned on a state highway in Birbhum's Nanoor, killing one passenger ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Bombs at Trinamul leader vehicle

Panic struck Bolpur sub-divisional hospital this morning when half a dozen bombs were hurled at the car of Trinamul leader Sheikh Kajal, a known rival of Birbhum party chief Anubrata Mondal.
 The Telegraph1 week ago

Imaarat: Knockin' on heaven's door

Itonda, a remote village 19 km away from Bolpur, Shantiniketan, in Birbhum, West Bengal, was known for indigo cultivation in the days of the East India Company. Amidst the ruins of a cluster of Shiva temples in this sparsely populated village, one ...
 Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Yechury kindles Somnath-CPM reunion

The event was the inauguration of the science building of Purnidevi Smriti Girls’ College at Bolpur on Sunday.
 Times of India2 months ago

Formality of Somnath's reinduction not a big question: Yechury

of India | Bolpur (WB) July 19, 2015 Last Updated at 18:32 IST CPI-M general secretary Sitaram Yechury today firmly indicated that Marxist veteran Somnath Chatterjee would be reinducted into the party, seven years after his expulsion. After having lunch at ...
 Business Standard2 months ago
Times of India

Four trains from Assam to south India diverted

The trains will skip Bolpur Shantiniketan station. Instead they will stop at Azimganj Junction and Katwa on the diverted route for passengers to alight.
 Times of India1 month ago

Shah Rukh Khan too shoot an ad for West Bengal Tourism!

It will depict the essence of Bengal… Recently, Shah Rukh Khan shot for a wall-paint brand in Bengali which ushers in one of the biggest festivals of eastern India, Durga Puja. Although he has the swagger, the Bengali mouthed by the actor might ...
 Bollywoodlife.com3 days ago SRK to shoot for Bengal tourism ad  News24online3 days ago Shah Rukh Khan to shoot for Bengal tourism ad  Times of India2 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Murder vehicle's private use

Papuri (Birbhum), Sept. 29: The panchayat ambulance that was used to chase down and kill three Trinamul activists yesterday was in the possession of the ruling party's workers for three years, accounts pieced together from villagers' statements ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 days ago
Times of India

Gunmen fire from inside ambulance in Nanoor, kill 3

SURI: A band of gunmen used an ambulance as a battering ram, ran over three Trinamool workers, and shot them dead in a Nanoor locality on Monday afternoon. The triple murder has horrified even violence-torn Nanoor, where political killings have ...
 Times of India5 days ago
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