• Habra poll results challenged in Calcutta High Court by BJP’s Rahul Sinha
    Kolkata (West Bengal) [India]: BJP leader Rahul Sinha, who was the party’s candidate from Habra Vidhan Sabha constituency during recently held West Bengal polls, filed a petition in the Calcutta High Court on Wednesday, challenging the results where he got defeated by Trinamool Congress candidate […]
  • Calcutta HC dismisses TMC leader’s petition to quash CBI probe in coal smuggling case
    Kolkata (West Bengal) [India], July 28 : The Calcutta High Court on Wednesday dismissed the former Trinamool Congress leader Vinay Mishra’s petition seeking quashing of the Central Bureau of Investigation’s probe (CBI) in the coal smuggling case.“All petitions by Vinay Misra are dismissed,” said the […]
  • Two TMC Ministers, an MP to visit Tripura today
    Kolkata (West Bengal) [India] : All India Trinamool Congress (AITC) on Wednesday informed that two Trinamool Congress Ministers and an MP of West Bengal will be reaching Tripura today to protest against the undemocratic movement of the BJP Government.Bratya Basu, Minister of School and Higher […]
  • ASHA workers protest in West Bengal, demand COVID vaccination for family, financial aid
    Siliguri (West Bengal) [India], July 28 : Amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) workers on Tuesday staged a protest demanding that the government fulfil its promise of vaccinating their families and providing a financial cover of Rs 1 lakh as compensation […]
  • The Congressman Pradip Bhattacharya says: ‘Opposition must be joined by Sonia Gandhi in order to defeat BJP.’
    Pradip Bhattacharya, MP of the Rajya Sabha Congress, has declared that, under Sonia Gandhi’s leadership, the opposition parties are to be united to combat the BJP. Kolkata: Ahead of West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee’s visit to Delhi to meet several Opposition leaders, Rajya Sabha […]
  • Get vouchers for Covid jabs from cops in Kolkata.
    KOLKATA: The Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) has enlisted the help of the police to give vouchers to people waiting in line for vaccinations at its vaccination mega centres (on a first-come, first-served basis). This new method is being created as part of a campaign to combat touts who have been active in the city’s major centres, luring visitors in with promises of a career there. KMC board of administrators (BoA) chairman Firhad Hakim, according to sources in the civic body, has taken the initiative for a mega facility near his home. It has shown to be helpful in fending off touts. Following reports that a gang of neighbourhood toughs was stealing money, Vaccination vouchers from KMC 7/24/2021 Cops in Kolkata can give you vouchers for Covid jabs.
  • WBCHSE HS 12th Result 2021 Live Updates: Today’s WB Class 12 result
    West Bengal WBCHSE HS 12th Result 2021 will be declared today, July 22, 2021. WB Class 12 result will be declared at 4 pm and candidates can check it on wbresults.nic.in. West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education will declare West Bengal WBCHSE HS 12th […]
  • WBBSE Madhyamik Result 2021
    Madhyamik, WB Class 10 Results 2021 Declared: Class 10 board results are based on students’ school performance in classes IX and X. Equal weightage of 50 percent has been given to both. Kolkata: The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) on Tuesday announced the West […]
  • Kolkata’s iconic Howrah Bridge lights up in Olympic colours to boost morale of Indian contingent
    Kolkata’s iconic Howrah Bridge was on Monday lit up in Olympic clours in a bid to boost the morale of the Indian contingent who will begin their quest for a medal at the Tokyo Olympics which will begin on July 23.  The video was shared […]
  • Durga Puja organisers in Kolkata prepare guidelines for festivities amid pandemic
    With less than 100 days to go for the Durga Puja – the biggest festival in West Bengal – the forum of puja organisers has proposed a set of guidelines, which needs to be followed during the pandemic. “This year we have proposed that all […]
  • West Bengal: Political slugfest sparked by NHRC report on violence
    KOLKATA: A panel of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) investigating post-poll violence accusations has concluded that in Bengal, “the law of the ruler” existed “instead of the rule of law.” The panel, asked to examine the complaints by a five-judge bench of the Calcutta […]
  • West Bengal unlikely to completely lift COVID-19 restrictions
    The West Bengal government may not completely lift the coronavirus-related restrictions that have been imposed in the state till July 15, a senior official said on Tuesday. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is likely to review the COVID-19 situation on Wednesday and the final call, he […]