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HIV positive woman assaulted, forced to leave Bengal village

An HIV positive woman in Hasnabad area of North 24 Paraganas district has been allegedly assaulted and driven out of her village by locals. The woman (27) is currently admitted at the Barasat District Hospital with severe injuries to her head. She ... The Hindu, 4 weeks ago
Times of India

Plans to include New Town in e-district programme

KOLKATA: New Town will soon get included in the Centre's e-district programme. The state IT department in a recent order has asked TCS to take up formulation of work flow with New Town Kolkata Development Authority (NKDA) under the Government of ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Skill transforms lives of tribal youth

Dumka (Jharkhand), July 22 (ANI): Francis Murmu hailing from a village in Masaliya block of Jharkhand's Dumka district is from an agricultural family. His village does not have electricity and yet Francis enrolled for a course in Electrical ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago

Case against Jharkhand BJP chief Marandi's son for marrying minor

In more trouble for Jharkhand BJP president Tala Marandi and his son Munna, Godda district administration Saturday instituted a civil suit against the father-son duo in connection with Munna's wedding to allegedly an underaged girl. The lawsuit ...
 Indian Express1 month ago

3 hardcore Maoists arrested in Dumka

Dumka: Three hard-core Naxalites including a couple have been arrested from Shikaripara police station limits of this district, police today said. Acting on a tip off that 20-year-old hardcore Naxalite Chota Vimal alias Vimal Hembram arrived at ...
 ZeeNews.com1 month ago
The Hindu

Dengue claims 13 lives in Bengal so far

This year the first death due to dengue occurred on June 22 and since then the toll has been rising. Thirteen persons have died due to dengue and 1,584 have been diagnosed affected with the mosquito-borne disease in Bengal so far. This year ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

13 dead, over 1500 infected with dengue in West Bengal

Thirteen persons have died due to dengue and 1584 have been diagnosed with the mosquito-borne disease in Bengal so far. This year the first death due to dengue occurred on June 22 and since then the toll is rising. Speaking to The Hindu on Monday ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Blood-soaked Two Months in West Bengal

WEST Bengal has passed two blood-soaked months after the assembly elections. Almost every day, news of attacks on Left activists, supporters and common people have become regular. From the electoral process began, till date, a total of 12 people ...
 Peoples Democracy.in4 weeks ago
India Today

India-Bangladesh ties strengthen; PM Modi assures Sheikh Hasina full support in combating terror

Modi lauded his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina for her government's continuous drive against extremism in the country. The inauguration of Integrated Check Post(ICP) at the Petrapole border was jointly attended by the prime ministers of ...
 India Today1 month ago

Open defecation addressed in West Bengal, with a little help from kids

Kolkata: The West Bengal state government aims to make the state open defecation free (ODF) by 2019, with a little help from children. According to a statement by Dibyendu Sarkar, commissioner in the state's panchayat and rural development ...
 Gulf News1 month ago Kids fight defecation in the open in West Bengal  Gulf News1 month ago
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