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Bengal farmers fear a famine if demonetisation problems carry on longer

Bengal farmers fear a famine if demonetisation problems carry ...

Demonetisation has hit citizens across India, but it is the lower stratas of society that are struggling the most with the currency ban. Farmers in Bengal have said that if the situation carries on for 15 days more, the state could be headed for a famine as ..., 1 week ago

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Paddy procurement hangs in balance

KOLKATA: Despite bumper paddy production in Bengal this year, the process of procurement of paddy by the government hangs in balance because of the current liquidity crunch. Bengal is the biggest paddy-producing state in the country. The ...
 Times of India1 week ago

BJP brass has asked Didi to come for talks: TMC

ting under relentless pressure from Mamata Banerjee's currency movement, sources in the Trinamool Congress swanked about in Kolkata on Wednesday quoting top leaders of that party. A senior Minister in Bengal Cabinet said, We have reports that ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

West Bengal govt may not be able to restore Singur plot

The reason: factory sheds and roads were built after raising the plinth with landfill by up to two metres Singur (West Bengal): The state government of West Bengal is unlikely to deliver on its promise to turn the entire 997-acre plot seized from ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Rise and fall of CA-turned-businessman Pawan Ruia

When the former Left Front regime in West Bengal was trying to revive industry a few years ago, a chartered accountant-turned-businessman shot to fame proposing new jobs and restoring industrial confidence, but only to fall from grace a decade later ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago

West Bengal forms panel to look into ailing tea, jute sectors

The move comes at a time when the Darjeeling hills — an area where the tea gardens remain a boiling political issue — are likely to go for elections in February. The state government has formed a committee with seven ministers and an MLA to look ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Evolution of Singur

(Top) Mamata scatters mustard seeds to symbolise the return of farming in Singur on Thursday. (Above) On November 26, 2006, she had planted potato seeds in the same area to protest the acquisition of land for the Tata car plant. (Pradip Sanyal) ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

West Bengal CM hands back Singur land to farmers

Indian Supreme Court had ordered the state government to return the land that was acquired for a car factory in 2006 Kolkata: On August 31 this year, India's Supreme Court squashed the 2006 order of the erstwhile Left Front government to acquire ...
 Gulf News1 month ago
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