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Kushmandi mask makers seek bigger market

The artisans making the traditional wooden masks of Kushmandi in South Dinajpur district in West Bengal are seeking a bigger market for their artefacts to boost income.The makers of the traditional masks lament that they get fame by creating 'mukha', as they ... Business Standard, 5 days ago

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Bengal CM calls on ailing Left leader Buddhadeb

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday visited the South Kolkata residence of her ailing predecessor and veteran CPI-M leader Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, and wished him speedy recovery.Banerjee went to the 73-year-old communist leader's two-room ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Uddhav hails Mamata, says she defeated Left 'without tampering EVMs'  Rediff.com2 weeks ago DNA Exclusive | Ready to be Didi of the Nation: Mamata Banerjee  DNA2 weeks ago Uddhav Thackeray calls on Mamata Banerjee  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Chris Gayle wins defamation case in Australia

West Indies batsman Chris Gayle won a defamation case against an Australian media company in the New South Wales Supreme Court on Monday over an alleged incident during the 2015 World Cup. After less than two hours of deliberation, the jury found Fairfax ...
 Sify3 weeks ago Gayle plans to cash in on defamation case  Business Standard1 week ago Cricket-West Indies batsman Gayle wins defamation case in Australia  Reuters3 weeks ago I'm a good man. I'm not guilty: Chris Gayle  Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Kharagpur station overhaul to hit Northeast bound trains from South, West India

Passengers using trains to Kolkata and the Northeast from south and west Indian states as well as Odisha and Jharkhand will face difficulty in reaching their destinations between November 17 and 19 as South Eastern Railway (SER) has decided to regulate train ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago West Bengal: Local tran rams into stationary coach at Howrah junction; no injuries reported  DNA4 weeks ago Local trains collide in West Bengal, no major injuries  Prokerala4 weeks ago Three more West Bengal districts to be declared ODF  Business Standard1 month ago

Light to moderate rains in Bihar

Light to moderate rainfall occurred at a few places in Bihar as the South West monsoon is getting weak since yesterday. However, heavy rainfall was also witnessed in or two places, Met office said today. Places like Bahadurganj received 7 cm while Chakia, ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Light to moderate rainfall forecast over city, south interior Karnataka  Deccan Herald1 week ago

Heavy rains batter West Bengal, flights affected

Heavy rains accompanied by gusty winds lashed the southern districts of West Bengal including the metropolis since late last night and continued on Monday with the Met department forecasting more downpour and strong winds till tomorrow. The Incessant rains ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Rain dampens festive mood in WB  Deccan Herald1 month ago Heavy rain lashes Gangetic West Bengal, Met says more in store  Business Standard1 month ago Reshuffle of IPS cadres in West Bengal  Business Standard2 weeks ago

Two die in Bengal road accident

Two persons were killed in West Bengal's South 24 Parganas when their motor van was hit by a truck, police said on Tuesday. The incident occurred in Dholahat when the speeding truck knocked the motor van from behind on Monday night. Both victims died on spot.
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Bengal official's vehicle knocks down motor cycle, two injured  Prokerala2 weeks ago West Bengal: One killed after rival groups in youth TMC clash in South 24 Parganas  DNA2 months ago

Southwest monsoon 'below normal' this year: MoES Secretary

The south-west monsoon was "below normal" this year, the earth sciences ministry secretary said on Sunday, while noting that it may impact the agriculture sector in some parts of the country. M Rajeevan, Secretary of the Ministry of Earth Sciences, said, ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Withdrawal of southwest monsoon begins: IMD  Rediff.com1 month ago

Police intercept pirates in Bengal

The West Bengal Police on Saturday intercepted a boat of armed men suspected to be pirates in South 24 Pargana district's Sundarban region and engaged in an exchange of fire, a senior officer said.Police have seized the boat but the miscreants managed to ...
 Prokerala3 weeks ago Intermittent rains fail to dampen Kali puja, Deepavali spirits in Bengal  DNA1 month ago WB police carried out op without permission: Sikkim police  The Assam Tribune2 months ago

Sri Lanka qualify for 2019 ICC World Cup, West Indies to play qualifiers

India, New Zealand, Australia, Bangladesh, England, Pakistan and South Africa have already qualified for the tournament that will be played in England and Wales. New Delhi: Sri Lanka have booked their place for the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. This after West ...
 Zee News2 months ago Sri Lanka qualify for 2019 WC following West Indies defeat  Business Standard2 months ago Sri Lanka qualify for ICC Cricket World Cup 2019  News on Air2 months ago Sri Lanka secure 2019 World Cup berth post Windies defeat against England  Business Standard2 months ago
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