The Sikkim government has rubbished news reports that claimed it had been dragging it's feet in sending a resolution passed in its assembly on the formation of Gorkhaland to the Union government.
Climb Mount Everest and all that you’ll get is a homeguard’s job on a paltry monthy salary of Rs. 9,700, Soumen Datta reports.
Around 12,000 students get admitted to colleges affiliated to the university every year.
Bengal’s university teachers have threatened to go on a 24-hour hunger strike on July 19 if the state government does not heed their demands for an upgrade in salary and added benefits. If that fails, they are ready to go on an indefinite strike.
Translators and interpreters are employed by a host of organisations, including MNCs and universities. Knowing a foreign language boosts career options.
A class 6 student of a school in Birbhum’s Panchhor village, who died at a local block health centre on Sunday night, was murdered by her lover and his family, her relatives alleged yesterday.
Locals of Kirtipur, where Kamduni falls, say goons have shifted to TMC, which has won 11 out of 12 gram panchayat seats uncontested.
A 17-year-old girl jumped to her death from the fourth tower of South City, the tallest residential building in the city, yesterday evening.
Police are under pressure to go slow. The locals fear for their women after the rape and murder of my sister: Rape victim's kin
The state education department has come up with a bagful of gifts to attract students to engineering courses.
The Mamata Banerjee government has tied up with the Israel government for setting up a clutch of specialised agro-technology farms in the state.
Health dept to ask other medical colleges to procure cheap devices from SSKM drug store
The draft investment and industrial policy of West Bengal, 2013, which was uploaded on the website of the West Bengal Industrial Development Corporation (WBIDC) for comments and suggestions, have attracted quite a number of comments mostly pertaining to the demand for withdrawal of entry tax and immediate inclusion of incentives for industry.
Classes for the XIth Standard are all set to begin on June 17. But students under the West Bengal Council of Higher Secondary Education (WBCHSE) had better get prepared to start attending their classes without their language textbooks — in English, Bengali and Sanskrit.
A 27-year-old differently-abled woman was allegedly raped by her neighbour in New Town area in the northern fringes of Kolkata on Wednesday.