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2nd Regional Science and Technology Congress Begins

Kalyani: The 3day long 2nd Regional Science and Technology Congress (Southern Region) today began at the Kalyani University’s APJ Abdul Kalam auditorium to explore new inventions and ideas from the quality research works. The science congress was inaugurated by state correctional services minister Ujjwal Biswas and vice chancellor of Kalyani University professor…


Newton-Bhabha Workshop Begins For Collaborative Researches

Mohanpur, Dec.14: With an aim to bring together young and eminent researchers from the UK and Indian Science institutes towards developing an international partnership and to improve the quality of their research works so that it becomes industry friendly across the globe, the Newton – Bhaba Fund today began researchers…


Teachers, Clerks Illegally Enjoying Retainership For Folk Artistes

Krishnanagar, Dec. 13:  Nadia strict administration have started scanning the credentials of income certificates of the folk artists enjoying monthly retainership paid by the state government under ‘Lok Prasar Prakalpa’ after it found that over about one hundred school teachers and government employees have been enjoying the benefit illegally suppressing…


Rural Market With New Shopping Stalls Inaugurated In Debagram

Kaliganj, Dec. 12: Nadia Zilla parishad chief Banki Kumar Roy today inaugurated a rural ‘haat’ with 176 newly built stalls in Nadia’s Debagram for local farmers and small businessmen. The “haat” will be jointly controlled by the Kaliganj panchayat samity and Nadia District Regulated Market Committee. The small businessmen will be…


Youth’s Body Exhumed For Investigation In Tehatta

Tehatta, Dec. 12: Body of a youth from Nadia’s Tehatta, who was allegedly killed by his uncle, was exhumed today for investigation. The body of Ayatullah Seikh (21), an unemployed youth from Jitpur-Muslimpara village, who was found hanging in a bamboo orchard close to his house on November 11, was…


Promising Kho-Kho Player Ends Life In Cooper’s Camp

Ranaghat, Dec. 11: A class VIII girl died on Monday morning after she apparently set herself ablaze at her home being admonished by her mother for bathing in the rain on Saturday morning. Deceased girl Pinki Mandal (13), who was a promising Kho-Kho player died at Kalyani’s Jawaharlal Nehru Memorial…


Science Camp At IISER-K To Find Out Tomorrow’s Researchers

Mohanpur, Dec. 10: In a bid to fascinate students at the higher secondary level to motivate them for pursuing basic science courses and research career in science, a dedicated three day long National science camp commenced today at the Indian Institute of Science Education and Resear-Kolkata (IISER-K) campus in Nadia’s…


Fresh Directives For Schools To Ensure Students’ Security Soon

Krishnanagar, Dec. 10: Concerned over recent incidents of alleged sexual abuses a on students at different schools in the state, the state government would soon issue fresh guidelines for the schools to ensure security of the students. State education minister Partha Chatterjee today said that he would hold a meeting…


Walk To Rebuild Cultural Bond Between Hooghly And Thames

Krishnanagar, Dec. 9: A  group of contemporary artistes, authors and historians from Bengal and London walked in a rally today in a bid to rediscover the cultural relationship between Kolkata and London that developed over the years along the bank of river Hooghly and Thames. The walk which is part…


Mustard Cultivation Near Indo-Bangla Border Faces BSF Objection

Krishnanagar, Dec. 8: The farmers live close to Indo-Bangladesh border areas in Nadia and Murshidabad district who were advised to cultivate mustard by state government as an alternative to wheat, are encountered with serious objections from the Border Security Force. The state government in August declared ‘wheat holiday’ in these two…