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CM annoyed at high prices of potatoes

Statesman News Service Malda, 13 August Though she maintained poise throughout during her third administrative review meeting in Malda on Tuesday, chief minister Mamata Banerjee expressed strong annoyance once upon learning that Jyoti variety ... The Statesman, 1 week ago

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Drugs trade rises unchecked

The business of fake and adulterated narcotics, and other addictive drugs appears to be growing across the country. Over the past few years, trade involving a variety of drugs, including yaba, phensydil, heroin, pethidine, foreign liquor and ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 week ago

Asylum to Bangla migrants opposed

Correspondent GOLAKGANJ, Aug 8 The Dhubri district unit of Asom Gana Parishad staged a dharna in front of the Deputy Commissioner's Office on Thursday in protest against the asylum granted by the State and Central governments to the people ...
 Assam Tribune1 week ago

Stories from Goa in brief [Goa] [Times of India]

[August 07, 2014] (Times of India Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Personality development course: International Centre Goa (ICG), in association with Enrichment Zone, will hold 'The Incredible Me!' - a personality development course ...
 TMC Net1 week ago

4 more die of encephalitis

Given the regular deaths at the North Bengal Medical College and Hospital due to encephalitis, patients and their kin have started expressing concern with the treatment method. Encephalitis claimed four more lives in the past 24 hours at the NBMCH ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago Three more deaths, toll at 131  Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

Deforestation contributed to India's deadly mudslide, experts say

A massive landslide that swallowed 44 houses in an Indian village might have been averted, or at least minimized, if basic environmental standards had been employed, environmentalists and geologists said as the death toll climbed to 134 on Tuesday. ...
 Los Angeles Times2 weeks ago

Poisoning deaths more than halved in five years

The number of deaths due to poisoning have been halved across the country over the last five years, dropping from five thousand cases five years ago to less than two thousand currently, said the Central Chemical Examination laboratory of the ...
 Dhaka Tribune2 weeks ago

Padkai scheme in Malin on since 2011-12, documents reveal

PUNE: Documents obtained from the agriculture office of Ambegaon taluka clearly show that the Padkai scheme was being implemented in Malin village since 2011-12. On August 1, state assembly speaker Dilip Walse Patil, who represents Ambegaon as a ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Two students injured in road accide...

Two school students Kamalesh Sarkar(18) and Apurba Kar (18) were grievously injured when the motorbike they were riding on met with an accident in Malda. The duo, heading towards Manikchak at Bagbari area under English Bazaar PS limits, were hit ...
 The Echo Of India3 weeks ago

SMC waits for experts, 4 wards go dry

Siliguri, July 21: The civic authorities today said technicians from Ahmedabad were likely to arrive here by Wednesday and repair the defunct pump at Pareshnagar because of which, regular water supply has been disrupted across the town. Four wards ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 weeks ago
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