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Insufficient Doctors Biggest Impediment To Begin IPD Service At AIIMS Kalyani

Kalyani, May 25: Delays in the recruitment of doctors and licensing of a blood bank have stalled the launching of the much-awaited in-patient department (IPD) services at the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) in Kalyani even after the infrastructure is otherwise ready in all respects.  Constructed on a…



India Gives 20 BG Locomotives To Bangladesh, Offers PM Gatishakti

Gede, May 23: India on Tuesday offered PM Gati Shakti Technology, a National level master plan for multi-modal connectivity, to Bangladesh as a friendly gesture so that the planning process for the development of railways in the neighboring country improves significantly.  This has been announced by union railways minister Ashwini…


Governor CV Anand Bose Rejects Three Scientists For Dsc Proposed By BCKV

Mohanpur, May 17: Bengal Governor C.V. Ananda Bose has rejected the names of three eminent scientists as the recipients of D Sc (Honoris Causa) as proposed by the Bidhan Chandra Krishi Viswabidyalaya because he found that conferment of this honorary academic degree could create controversy with the allegations of “nepotism”…


Three Construction Workers Died Inside Septic Tank In Bhimpur

Krisjnaganj, April 25: Three construction workers died apparently of while trying to remove wooden planks from the newly constructed concrete walls of a septic tank in Nadia’s Bhimpur on Tuesday afternoon. The bizarre incident occurred at the residence of one Dipak Biswas, in the Natunpara area of Bhimpur. One laborer…



Truth Behind The Security Lapse Must Come Out: Pulwama Victims’ Kin

Kolkata, April 17: The fresh revelation of the alleged security lapse has come as a shocker to the family members of the two Pulwama terror attack victims from Bengal. An allegation of denial of aircraft to ferry the CRPF jawans that surfaced four years after the deadly attack has revived…


Theatre Artiste Beaten Up By Trinamul Activists In Ranaghat

Ranaghat, April 10: A theatre activist in Nadia’s Ranaghat was allegedly beaten up by a group of Trinamul Congress activists on Sunday night apparently for staging a play that has politically criticized the Bengal government and the centre at large. Ranaghat Srijak’s latest production “Koshai” (Butcher) based on a poem…


CIFRI Launches River Ranching To Conserve And Restore Gangetic Fish

Nabadwip, April 5: In an attempt to conserve and restore the population of Gangetic fish, the Barrackpore-based Central Inland Fisheries Research Institute (CIFRI) began a fish ranching programme in the Bhagirathi River on Wednesday. To begin with at least 2.5 lakhs of wild Indian major carp germplasm like Rohu, Katla,…