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Priya stalls work at biscuit factory

Biscuit manufacturer Priya Food Products Ltd has declared suspension of work at its Agarpara factory in North 24-Parganas, citing "huge financial loss over the last few years". According to union sources at the Agarpara unit, there are around 150 workers at ... The Telegraph, 13 hours ago

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Authorities sealed 17 illegal nursing homes in South 24 Parganas

The South 24 Parganas district administration has sealed some 17 nursing homes after they failed to provide valid papers, a crackdown comes in the wake of several reports of children and new born babies trafficking rackets across West Bengal.
 NetIndia123.com17 hours ago Doctor under scanner  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Trafficking: Docs, nursing homes under lens  ShillongTimes.com1 week ago Trafficking: Several Doctors, Nursing Homes Under Scanner In Kolkata  NDTV1 week ago

Three babies rescued

Three babies were rescued from a bush near a canal at Falta in South 24-Parganas district. "We are looking into whether these babies were part of a trafficking racket and also trying to ascertain the identity of these babies," a senior police ...
 The Echo Of India6 days ago Police Rescue Three Babies in West Bengal; Trafficking Suspected  News18.com6 days ago Three babies rescued from Falta  Press Trust of India6 days ago 3 abandoned babies found in bush along canal in Falta  Times of India1 week ago
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Another newborn rescued in Bengal, BJP demands CBI probe

Kolkata, Dec 2 (IANS) Another newborn baby was rescued from west Bengal's North 24 Pargana district on Friday, police said. "A baby boy aged between 10-12 days was rescued from Benapole village in North 24 Pargana district's Deganga on Friday. The ...
 Yahoo! India4 days ago West Bengal: Newborn babies trafficked in biscuit containers, reveals probe  India Today2 weeks ago Victims Of West Bengal's Baby Trafficking Racket Want Their Children Back  NDTV1 week ago Weak, malnourished babies were left to die  Hindustan Times1 week ago

Two deaths as banks, ATMs run out of cash

Two men, aged 72 and 80, died on Friday while standing in bank queues at Habra in North 24-Parganas and Raidighi in South 24-Parganas. Rabin Mukherjee, 72, who was waiting outside a SBI branch in Machhlandapur, Habra, since morning, complained of uneasiness ...
 The Telegraph4 days ago Two pensioners die after collapsing in bank queues  Sahara Samay.com4 days ago Demonetisation: Two die in Kolkata bank queue...  Dotemirates.com3 days ago Demonetisation: Two die in...  Khaleej Times4 days ago

A Kolkata jute mill sacks cash; 99% of staff prefer bank transfer

Naihati (North 24 Parganas), December 2: Bank transfers have helped me save a part of my earnings. Earlier, I would blow up the entire cash, says 50-year-old Sahajad Ali, a worker at Hukumchand Jute Mill, located in the suburbs of Kolkata. ...
 Hindu Business Line4 days ago

Bengal To Introduce Strict Adoption Rules To Prevent Child Trafficking

CID exhumed bodies of 2 infants from an NGO in North 24 Parganas under the scanner for child trafficking Kolkata: In an attempt to stop child trafficking, the West Bengal government has decided to step up vigilance of the state's orphanages and ...
 NDTV1 week ago 3 women detained in Baduria child trafficking case  Business Standard1 week ago Raid on doctor duo, more arrests likely  Times of India1 day ago CID asked to keep vigil on maternity doctors of WB hospitals  India.com6 days ago
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Mamata Banerjee compares situation in Bengal to military coup

Banerjee maintained that barring one district, south 24 Parganas, the army had been deployed in all others without informing the state government in what she termed was a "move against the constitution" aimed at "disrupting governance". Comparing ...
 Indian Express5 days ago Army deployed at toll plazas in Bangal without informing state, alleges Mamata  The Freepress Journal4 days ago Mamata Spends Night at Writers; In Broad Daylight, BJP Lasers in on Her  News18.com5 days ago Mamata furious after army deployment at Bengal toll plazas, BJP hits back  Hindustan Times5 days ago
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Protesters set truck on ablaze during the Jharkhand Bandh

called by all Opposition parties to protest against Jharkhand Government on Chotanagpur Tenancy (CNT) Act and Santhal Pargana Tenancy (SPT) Act at NH-33 near Ranchi-Kolkata national highway on Friday. UNI PHOTO SHARE Facebook Twitter ...
 Siasat Daily1 week ago Cops on bandh alert, transporters wary  The Telegraph5 days ago Das terms opposition bandh as "failure"  Press Trust of India1 week ago Opposition declares Jharkhand bandh tomorrow  Times of India1 week ago
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8 tribal hostels in Dumka sealed

Dumka district administration today raided and sealed eight hostels in and around Santhal Pargana (SP) College, whose occupants allegedly indulged in arson and violence during the statewide Opposition bandh on November 25 against tenancy law amendments, ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago Jharkhand Vikas Morcha-Prajatantrik backs tribal youths after SP raids  Times of India1 week ago Weapons found at tribal hostels in SP college  Times of India1 week ago
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