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2 killed in blast in firecracker factory in Midnapore

Two women were killed after a blast took place at a firecracker manufacturing unit in West Midnapore district tonight, police said. The blast took place around 9.30pm at Chotobazar Dhunuri Bustee under the jurisdiction of Kotwali police station, the police ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
Three more West Bengal districts to be declared ODF Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

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'Blue Whale' claims life of 15-year-old

A student of Class X in West Midnapore district committed suicide following instructions of the infamous 'Blue Whale' online game on Saturday. Ankan Dey (15) choked himself to death by covering his head with a plastic bag and tying it tightly around his neck ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Blue Whale challenge: Class 10 student suffocates himself to death in West Midnapore  Zee News2 months ago Blue Whale game snuffs out 14-year-old boy in Bengal's West Midnapore  Business Standard2 months ago Maneka seeks removal of Blue Whale Challenge  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Missile parts found near West Bengal's Digha coast: Could this be behind mystery explosions?

Missile wreckage has been found by fishermen from the sea near East Midnapore's Digha coast today. There were reports of loud explosions from the same area two days ago.
 India Today1 month ago

Here is artisan Monika Pal who makes Durga idols for a living

Breaking all stereotypes, a woman, Monika Pal in Midnapore, has been making Durga idols for livelihood for the last 22 years.It was not easy for her to create a career in idol-making, in an industry which has been dominated by men since time immemorial, but ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

West Bengal flood situation improves further, toll mounts to 34

Water has started to recede in majority of the rivers in the worst-hit Howrah, Hooghly and West Midnapore districts.
 DNA2 months ago West Bengal floods: Three more die as death toll rises to 34, but water level begins to recede  First Post.com2 months ago Bengal flood situation improves marginally, toll rises to 31  DNA2 months ago Bengal flood situation improves further, toll mounts to 34  Business Standard2 months ago

Medical college nurse dies due to "negligence"

A nurse working in the Midnapore Medical College and Hospital died there today due to 'negligence' by the authorities, following which other nurses lodged a police complaint and gheraoed the superintendent. The nurse, Tripti Dinda (27), was admitted to the ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Rain dampens festive mood in WB

Heavy showers in the metropolis and Gangetic West Bengal since late Thursday night spoiled the festivities of Bhaiphonta (Bhai Dooj), with weathermen forecasting rain across the region till Saturday. Strong winds coupled with frequent heavy showers since ...
 Deccan Herald1 day ago

‘Go to the masses’: Mamata orders Trinamool workers after Mukul Roy’s exit

After Mukul Roy resigned from Trinamool Congress, party supremo Mamata Banerjee has urged all its leaders and party workers to strengthen their connect with the people. While addressing a state government program at Jhargram in West Midnapore, Banerjee said ...
 catchnews.com1 day ago

Bengal covering up dengue outbreak as 'unknown fever': Left Front

Accusing the West Bengal government of trying to cover up the dengue outbreak in the state as "unknown fever", Left Front legislative party leader Sujan Chakraborty on Wednesday wrote to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee urging her to take necessary action in ...
 Prokerala1 week ago

Why insistence on only one language must be resisted

An insistence on only one language will inevitably be resented as a form of imperialism and resisted. Such narrow-mindedness also breeds a destructive and, at times, violent competitive linguistic nationalism, says Sunanda K Datta-Ray. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/   It seems especially bizarre in London where I am writing this. Those few British who think of India at all are convinced that popularising English was the Raj’s greatest achievement. Language is ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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