The Bidhannagar Police on Tuesday manhandled Rajya Sabha MP Kunal Ghosh inside Bidhannagar court premises to prevent him from speaking to the media.
Reacting to the massive criticism they are facing, the Scottish Church College authorities have now removed the dress code order put up on the college website and replaced it with an advisory.
Undisturbed by the rumours of electoral alliances and seat adjustments that her opponents are secretly working on, Trinamool chief Mamata Banerjee has told her senior party leaders to prepare to fight the 2016 Assembly polls in Bengal alone.
A candidate from Midnapore appearing for the entrance test of the Industrial Training Institute (ITI) was shocked to find his admit card sporting the photo of a dog.
The police officers investigating the Robinson Street skeleton case are now focusing on the cannibalism angle to find out whether Partha De had consumed the flesh of the family’s two pet dogs and his sister, Debjani.
The 42-year old mother, reportedly suffering from some psychiatric disorder, was beaten up by Malda villagers when they found her four year old daughter bleeding profusely.
The Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) said on Tuesday that it will re-conduct the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) for medical and dental courses on July 25, 2015.
It has taken him less than five years to rise from political oblivion to the virtual ‘number two’ position in the Trinamool Congress but Abhishek Banerjee, the party chief’s beloved nephew has remained at the centre of controversies.
The West Bengal Criminal Investigation Department (CID) probing the Ranaghat rape and robbery case has submitted the chargesheet on Monday against five of the nine-member gang.
Barely 72 hours after his comments on a possible Congress-CPM alliance to counter Trinamool Congress, CPM central committee member Gautam Deb gave a written explanation to the party saying the media misrepresented his statement and that he never called for an electoral alliance. His comments on the alliance had left CPM top rung red-faced.
The detective department of Kolkata Police arrested three in connection with a kidnapping racket that used to dupe job aspirants with fake offer letters for railway jobs, bring them to Kolkata and kidnap them.
The Scottish Church College campus is on the boil following a notice on dress code put up by the authorities on the college website. The website bars boys from wearing round neck T-shirts and asks girls to wear skirts knee length and below.
A youngster arrested for allegedly solving the leaked question paper of the All India Pre-Medical Test (AIPMT) is a student from Bihar who wanted to become an IAS officer.
Taking advantage of the heightened interest among people about ghosts and spirits in Bengal after the discovery of skeletons in the Robinson House Street, the city-based Paranormal Research Society has firmed up plans to take tourists on spooky trips.
The All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) announced the results for its MBBS entrance exam on Thursday. The exam was conducted on June 1, 2015.