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Villager killed, wife hurt in elephant attack

A villager was killed and his wife seriously injured in an elephant attack at Bhaodi village in Jhargram sub-division of west Midnapore district today. Forest officials said Bankim Mahato (55) was trampled to death by a wild elephant as he was ... The Echo Of India, 1 week ago
Villager killed in elephant attack The Statesman, 1 week ago
Villager killed, wife injured in elephant attack Press Trust of India, 1 week ago

Silda of Maoist 'Operation Peace Hunt' Infamy Languishes, Wants Change

, Dr Baby Baske was returning from a lunch invitation when she heard the shots. She works in the government hospital where the Eastern Frontier Rifles had set up camp in Silda. Dr Baby Baske That day, Maoists were retaliating with Operation Peace ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

BJP leader arrested in Jhargram

Jhargram (WB), Apr 5 (PTI) A district level BJP leader was arrested today along with four others for allegedly beating up a woman Trinamool Congress activist and attacking two policemen at Kalmapukuria in Jhargram of West Midnapore district. SP ...
 Press Trust of India3 weeks ago BJP Leader Arrested in Jhargram for Allegedly Beating Up a Woman  Outlook India3 weeks ago

Assembly polls 2016: Didi still the dada

Just as the helicopter swoops low over the Jhargram football ground, its whirring blades drowning out the din below, people jostle with each other to peer at the blazing mid-afternoon sky. A moment's silence. And then frantic clapping. Shouts and ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Maoists tiptoe back to old turf

Jhargram, March 31: The Maoists are trying to assert their presence in Jungle Mahal once again, issuing a call to boycott the Assembly elections, urging youths to form "resistance groups" and dubbing the Mamata Banerjee government's rule "worse" ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Times of India

CPM cub challenges Aroop on water, land grab planks

Kolkata: It's a battle of unequals at Tollygunge, a David versus Goliath fight. Pitted against Trinamool Congress heavyweight and minister Aroop Biswas is a former CPM student leader — Madhuja Sen Ray — who has been transported from her base in ...
 Times of India5 days ago

Politicking a Way Out of Prison

KOLKATA: Astrologers say yellow represents the king of planets, Jupiter, which brings fame and victory. As such, Dada is wearing only yellow kurtas, white pyjamas and an expensive pair of sneakers. He is planning his electoral battle from jail. ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago
Gulf News

Over 75% turnout in West Bengal polls

There are more than 4m registered voters and 133 candidates in the first phase of elections Kolkata: Braving the sweltering heat, over 75 per cent of the four million electorate turned out to vote on Monday in the first phase of the assembly polls ...
 Gulf News3 weeks ago Over 75 per cent polling in first phase of West Bengal Assembly elections  InToday3 weeks ago Over 75 percent polling in Bengal polls first phase  ProKerala.com3 weeks ago West Bengal Assembly Elections: TMC, Left parties battle it out for Jangalmahal  IBNLive4 weeks ago
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Bengal polls: 63% polling in six hours

Despite the sweltering heat, brisk polling was recorded with over 63 percent of the electorate exercising their franchise in the first six hours of voting in 18 constituencies in the first phase of the West Bengal assembly electionson Monday. ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago Over 63% polling till 1pm  The Statesman3 weeks ago Over 63 percent polling in six hours in first phase of Bengal polls  Daijiworldcom3 weeks ago Over 63 per cent polling in six hours in first phase of Bengal polls  India Today3 weeks ago
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Gujarat: Only 530 doctors served in rural areas in five years

AHMEDABAD: Out of more than 4,300 MBBS students who passed out from state-run medical colleges between 2009 and 2014 in Gujarat, only 530 served in government run-hospitals in rural areas for three years as per the bond they have to sign at the time ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago
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