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Microsoft to set up centre for developing skills in Bengal
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West Bengal govt to play active role to bail out jute industry

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu (From left) Ministers Purnendu Bose, Partha Chatterjee, Amit Mitra, and Subrata Mukerjee at a meeting with jute mill owners and chambers of commerce in Kolkata on Thursday. Photo: Sushanta ... The Hindu, 1 day ago
Real assets being created in WB: Mitra Millennium Post, 3 weeks ago
Microsoft to set up centre for developing skills in Bengal Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago

Centre committed to revive sick tea gardens: labour minister

Tomar said Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will visit West Bengal soon to discuss with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on how to revive the sick tea estates in the state. The post Centre committed to revive sick tea gardens: labour minister appeared first ...
 First Post.com2 months ago Commerce minister promises jute industry revival  Times of India1 week ago Tea workers meet minister  Times of India1 week ago Minister promises jute industry revival  Times of India1 week ago

West Bengal Governor credits Mamata with industry initiatives

Kolkata: West Bengal Governor KN Tripathi on Thursday credited Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee for her initiatives in attracting industries to the state and said the government has to create an atmosphere to promote industrial and commercial growth. ...
 ZeeNews.com3 weeks ago Guv credits Mamata with industry initiatives  The Echo Of India3 weeks ago WB Guv credits Mamata with industry initiatives  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Bengal to support ICC's possible hosting of world meet  Business Standard1 month ago

India-Nepal border increasing wrinkles on the forehead of security services

SILIGURI: After Indo Bangladesh border along West Bengal, apparently cool Indo-Nepal border adjoining to the state is also gaining warmth increasing worry for the border guarding forces. The feel comes from the Director General of Sashastra Seema ...
 Economic Times1 day ago Dhaka and Delhi agree on border fencing  Dhaka Tribune1 month ago

Tea labourers must get notified minimum wages: Sitharaman

Labourers working in tea plantations in Assam and West Bengal should get the notified minimum wages and not according to other calculations as is prevalent now, Nirmala Sitharaman, union minister of state (independent charge) for commerce and ...
 Indian Express1 week ago Centre asks tea-producing states to ensure minimum wages  The Hindu1 week ago Pay minimum wages to tea workers: Sitharaman to tea states  Economic Times4 days ago Sitharaman assures tea workers leaders of resolving wage issue  The Echo Of India1 week ago

IAF recruitment rally at West Bengal

Indian male citizens who are unmarried can apply against the post in the Indian Air Force, West Bengal. IAF is looking for talented males from the districts to become airmen. VACANCIES Group -X (Technical Trade) Group -X (Education Instructor) ...
 India Today3 weeks ago Why attack Ratan Tata for criticising Bengal's flaws  Rediff.com2 months ago WBPCC chief criticises Amit Mitra's remarks against Tata  Rediff.com2 months ago Ratan Tata hits back, says Bengal FM has a 'very fertile imagination'  Rediff.com2 months ago

West Bengal has seen 110 per cent increase in State Plan release: Mitra

West Bengal has witnessed a 109.73 per cent increase in State Plan release till September 15 this fiscal. According to State Finance, Commerce and Industry and IT Minister Amit Mitra, the release has been made under various State Plan heads as well ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago W. Bengal registers 110% growth in State Plan release  Hindu Business Line1 month ago
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Bengal committed to devt of MSME sector: Mitra

The West Bengal government was seriously committed to the development of the MSME sector in the state as it had the largest job creation potential, state's Finance and Industry Minister Amit Mitra said on Saturday. "The government is seriously ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago WB govt committed to development of MSME sector: Mitra  Business Standard India1 month ago Mitra: govt committed to development of MSME sector  Indian Express1 month ago West Bengal government committed to development of MSME sector: Amit Mitra  Jagran Post1 month ago
Jagran Post

MSME sector facing uncertain future in Bengal: Minister

Despite being in a leading position, the micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) sector in West Bengal is looking at an uncertain future mainly because of infrastructural deficiencies, union MSME Minister Kalraj Mishra said Saturday.Addressing a Merchant ...
 Prokerala1 month ago "Bengal unrepresented at MSME meeting in Delhi"  The Statesman1 month ago 'MSME sector facing uncertain future in Bengal'  SME Times4 weeks ago Five States contributed half of PSU investments between 2008 and 2013  The Hindu1 month ago

Small tea growers to escalate land issues to central level

SILIGURI: The trouble for near 25000 Small Tea Growers in West Bengal pertaining to their land, which started during left party ruling in the state, is still continuing even after three years of Trinamool Congress ruling. The trouble that has kept ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago News Capsules: Coffee vs Tea battle is back India reduces hunger  CommodityOnline1 week ago Small tea growers take problems to Union minister  The Statesman2 weeks ago
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