Calcutta/New Delhi, Sept. 29: India may experience a drop in the inflow of foreign funds, a spike in inflation and a moderation in growth if the military tension with Pakistan escalates into a Kargil-like conflict or a full-blown war similar to ... Calcutta Telegraph, 9 hours ago
The spectre of Singur and now its verdict is looming large on the future of many of Bengal’s projects, especially the state government’s industrial parks that are vacant. As many more episodes await, the question uppermost on everyone’s minds is, how long will Singur haunt Bengal? September 14, 2016. The event was Singur Diwas, celebration of the Supreme Court order that directed the state government to return the land acquired for Tata Motors at Singur to its original land ...Rediff.com, 1 week ago
According to the government's own estimates, over 300 large factories in West Bengal are lying closed, said political activist Prasenjit Bose Kolkata: On Friday, when almost all trade unions went on a nationwide strike, disrupting banking and ...Livemint.com, 3 weeks ago
Calcutta: Mohammedan Sporting recorded their third straight victory in the ongoing CFL Premier Division A, beating Aryan by a solitary goal at the Barasat Stadium on Saturday. Leonce Dodoz scored the only goal of the match. With this victory, ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago
Are smart cities the panacea for the increasing urbanisation problems in India? This question is being increasingly asked even as the Modi government is speeding up its smart city mission. During a workshop on Smart Cities in Kolkata, ...Observer Research Foundation, 1 month ago
After the Kolkata flyover collapse, the West Bengal government carried out a survey which revealed that over 200 bridges in the state are damaged Kolkata: It took a flyover collapse and 27 deaths to make the West Bengal government to take note. ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago
The state is now under pressure to revise the salaries of its 800,000 employees, which would add to the strain of an already debt-laden state exchequer. West Bengal Finance Minister Amit Mitra’s efforts to improve state finances in the past five years would be under threat if the state implements recommendations of the Seventh Pay Commission. The state is now under pressure to revise the salaries of its 800,000 employees, which would add to the strain of an already debt-laden state ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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