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Chatterjee Group acquires majority stake in MCC PTA India

Kolkata-based Chatterjee Group (TCG) today said it has acquired controlling stake in Mitsubishi Chemicals Corporation (MCC) PTA India. MCC PTA India (MCPI) is an Indian subsidiary of Tokyo-based Mitsubishi Chemicals Holdings Corporation ... Business Standard, 3 hours ago

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Women in Kolkata come together on social media to expose sexual predator

A group of women in Kolkata set an example for the country when they shamed a sexual predator on social media who had been routinely harassing them. The post Women in Kolkata come together on social media to expose sexual predator appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com1 day ago Clerics in Bengal eye social media to counter `lies'  Times of India1 week ago
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Police aims to stifle online recruitment by terror groups

Seeking to keep a tight rein on the efforts of terror groups to "pick up" youths from the city through Internet, the Kolkata Police is recruiting around 100 software and networking experts on contract for its Special Task Force. The West Bengal ...
 Business Standard1 week ago Kolkata Police hires IT experts to stifle online recruitment by terror groups  Zee News1 week ago
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Terrorist victims group demands canine protection at Jerusalem protest

Kolkata, July 14 (IANS) Condemning the killings in the violence-hit Kashmir Valley, students and right activists on Thursday took out a protests march demanding demilitarisation in ... Calcutta News.Net - Friday 15th July, 2016 Kolkata, July 14 ...
 Calcutta News.Net1 week ago Burhan Wani death: 'Azaadi' slogans for Kashmir and Manipur raised in Kolkata  DNA India1 week ago Huge rally against Kashmir violence in Kolkata  The Hindu1 week ago Protest march in Kolkata against K..  Samaylive1 week ago
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Emami Agrotech in process to set up a new plant near Kandla in Gujarat

Kolkata: Emami Agrotech, a part of the Emami group, will expand its edible oil manufacturing capacity to become the number two player in terms of production capacity in the country by 2018. Our present manufacturing capacity in edible oils is ...
 DeshGujarat1 week ago EMAMI - Emami Agrotech to expand edible oils capacity  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Emami Agrotech to expand edible oils capacity  Economic Times1 week ago Emami Realty to launch affordable project in Kolkata  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago
Firstpost.com

Terror suspect nabbed in Burdwan has links to Islamic ...

Kolkata: The suspected terrorist arrested from Viswabharati Fast Passenger train at Burdwan station has links to terror groups Islamic State (ISIS) and Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB), a top CID officer said on Tuesday. A resident of ...
 Firstpost.com3 weeks ago Multiple digital IDs of terror suspect tied to Tirupur surface  New Indian Express2 weeks ago Arrested duo were in touch with Shafi Armar  Asian Age2 weeks ago CID detains suspected ISIS terrorist  The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago
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Emami’s Aditya Agarwal to head ICC

Aditya V Agarwal, Director, Emami Group, has taken over as president of the Kolkata-based Indian Chamber of Commerce (ICC) from Shiv Siddhant Kaul at the 88th AGM of the Chamber, held here today. Shaswat Goenka, son of RPSanjiv Goenka group Chairman Sanjiv ...
 Business Line1 week ago ICC, Tata Strive ink skill development deal  ProKerala.com2 weeks ago ICC, Tata Strive sign skill development pact  Economic Times2 weeks ago
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Times of India

Girls beat up harassers, drag them to cops

Kolkata: Harassed for months, a group of schoolgirls and women fought back and dragged four of their tormentors to Jagaddal police station on Tuesday. The accused are students of a private Ayurvedic college and hospital. The four suspects, who ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago School 'settles' harass storm  The Telegraph2 months ago Fed-up With Months Of Harassment, Girls Beat Up Eve Teasers, Take Them To Police  Indiatimes2 weeks ago Fed-up With Months Of Harassment Girls Beat Up Eve Teasers Take Them To Police  Indiatimes2 weeks ago
New Indian Express

India, Bangladesh need expert group on Ganga water sharing

Indian government Kolkata, July 14 In a bid to resolve the Ganga water sharing issues between Bangladesh and India, the two governments should form an experts group to look at all the technical issues, a top Bangladeshi official said on Thursday. ...
 ProKerala.com1 week ago India look to cash in on home advantage  Deccan Herald1 week ago 'India, Bangladesh need expert group on Ganga water sharing'  Yahoo! India1 week ago The big daddies of India Inc. are moving aside to let the kids play  Quartz1 week ago
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Med students clash on campuses

KOLKATA: Rival student groups clashed at Medical College and Chittaranjan National Medical College on Wednesday evening, resulting in chaos on the two campuses. The students of the main hostel at Medical College got into a fight, allegedly over ...
 Times of India1 week ago Nirmal Maji prevented from entering medical college  HT Syndication1 week ago
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