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TMCP Blocked Entry, Teachers Took Classes Under Sky

Krishnanagar, Sept. 6: 20 teachers of Krishnanagar Women’s College on Friday took classes under the sky outside of the college campus after some Trinamul Congress Chatra Parishad activists allegedly prevented them to enter campus as they refused to attend teachers’ day programme organised by the students organisation on Wednesday. As…


Class XI Girl Hit By Bus In Chakdaha, Died

Chakdaha, Sept. 7: Dishani Saha (17), a student of class eleven died as she was hit by a speeding bus of a private Pharmacology College in Nadia’s Chakdaha on Friday morning. The deceased girl, a student of Basanta Kumari Balika Vidyapith, was a resident of Palpara-Bhawanipur area in the town….



Nadia Admin Plans CCTV Vigilance To Stop Illegal Sand Mining

Krishnanagar, Sept. 6: The Nadia district administration would install close circuit television cameras on certain areas of Hooghly, Bhagirathi and Jalangi river banks which have become vulnerable to rampant illegal mining of sand. The district administration embarrassed being failed to curb illegal mining of sand despite repeated raids have also…


Huge Turnout At Janmashtami Celebration At ISKCON In Mayapur

Mayapur, Sept. 3: Festivities and enthusiasm marked the Janmashtami celebration at the International Society of Krishna Consciousness (ISKCON) head quarter in Nadia’s Mayapur on Monday. Grossly fifty thousand devotees and visitors attended the festival braving the poor weather in major part of the day. The festival, that marks the birth…


Chief Justice Urges Lawyers To Keep Calm, Cooperate Judges

Tehatta, Sept. 1: Chief justice of Calcutta High Court Jyotirmay Bhattacharya on Saturday appealed the lawyers in the state to ‘cooperate’ with the judges at different courts and not to be ‘hot tempered’ considering that the judges are overburdened. Inaugurating the new building of the Tehatta sub divisional court in Nadia…


Street Play To Raise Money For Cancer Victim Theatre Artiste

Santipur, Sept. 1:  Members of a threatre group from Nadia’s Ranaghat have started performing street play with the support of some students in Santipur to raise money for an elderly threatre worker who has been suffering from cancer and lost one of his legs around ten days ago due to…


2 Arrested For Illegal Sale of Train eTickets

Ranaghat, Sept. 1: The intelligence wing of Railway Protection Force has arrested two officials of two separate travel agencies in Ranaghat on Saturday morning following a raid at their offices as they were allegedly black marketing e-tickets of long distance trains after purchasing them by using personal IDs generated thorough Indian…


Youth Caught Playing Momo Challenge; Quizzed By Police

Bhimpur, Aug. 28: Police have detained a youth from Nadia’s Bhimpur on Tuesday evening allegedly for playing Momo challenge, an online game that indulges player to involve into violent acts but eventually abets to commit suicide. Acting on a tip off by a villager, Police detained the youth, a motor…


BJP Tie Up ‘Atal Bandhan’ Rakhi To Reach Out Rural People

Krishnanagar, Aug. 26: Members of the peasant’s wing of Bharatiya Janata Party in Nadia on Sunday tied Rakhis pasted with thumbnail picture of Atal Behari Vajpayee as a tribute to him and to woo the rural people belong to farming community who had a special respect for the departed leader….