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Calcutta HC tells IIMs to show CAT answer sheets

As the matter relating to ‘discrepancy’ in CAT scores gathers momentum, the Calcutta high court on Monday directed the IIMs to show the answer sheets and the raw scores to the six petitioners.

Timing of Kolkata Metro services extended

The Kolkata Metro on Tuesday announced extension of timing of services from 6.45am till 10.45pm from March 25. Earlier the timings of the underground railway was from 7.00am to 9.45pm.

India's very own Madame Tussauds' wax museum soon in Kolkata

Indian celebrities need not head towards the UK anymore to get a place in Madame Tussauds’. They can instead petition Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee for a perch of their wax selves in Kolkata’s own version of the British museum.

PF case: Saradha chief sentenced to 3 yrs in jail

Saradha Group chairperson Sudipta Sen was sentenced to three years in jail by a court in Kolkata on Friday after he confessed to flouting provident fund guidelines. Sen was found guilty under sections 120B and 406 of IPC.

Students walk out of 'indisciplined' Bengal assembly

On a day when the country watched Lok Sabha MPs come to blows and one use pepper spray on fellow lawmakers, MLAs in West Bengal were told off for their unruly behaviour and foul language by some very discerning visitors to the assembly.

Physically challenged woman gang-raped in Bengal

A 23-year-old physically challenged woman was first raped, then thrown from the roof of an abandoned single-storied house in West Bengal’s Hooghly district, after which her family was allegedly prevented from lodging a complaint with the police by a local Trinamool councilor.

BJP wants Bappi Lahiri to contest LS poll from state

The BJP in West Bengal said that it wanted noted music director and singer Bappi Lahiri, who joined the party today, to contest the coming Lok Sabha elction from the state.

Kolkata rape: HC seeks govt position on CBI probe

The Calcutta High Court on Thursday directed the West Bengal government to inform it within seven days about its position on a plea for CBI investigation into the Madhyamgram gang-rape and alleged murder of a 16-year-old girl in October.

Netaji birthday celebrations turn sour as 30 of his family evicted from 'Netaji Bhawan'

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's 117th birthday celebrations turned sour today as over 30 family members were evicted from Netaji Bhawan by the police during protests against the functioning of the Netaji Research Bureau run by two other members.

Kolkata rape victim was 12, pregnant

School records indicate that the minor girl, who was gang raped twice in October and set on fire two months later by her alleged rapists on the outskirts of Kolkata, was only 12 years old.

Kolkata metro compensates farmers for project

Kolkata Mayor Sovan Chatterjee made Metro Railways authorities agree to pay compensation to farmers who would be displaced and lose livelihood due to the Garia-Airport Metro project.

Now, it is police vs police in Kolkata

Officers from two police stations in Kolkata got involved in a clash while determining under whose jurisdiction a locality, where an accident took place, fell.

Striking AAI staff miss Mamata as convoy takes another route

The employees of the Airports Authority of India (AAI), who are protesting against the privatisation of the Kolkata airport and are on a relay hunger strike, were demoralised on Tuesday as they did not get a chance to meet chief minister Mamata Banerjee.

Kolkata to feel the onion pinch till Diwali and beyond

Traders said the bulb would continue to trend abnormally high at most city markets, till fresh supplies from Nashik start arriving from mid-November.

Trade affected in WB due to three-day strike in Bangladesh

The three-day strike in Bangladesh called by the opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) and its allies adversely affected trade along the Petrapole-Beniapole border, which accounts for 50% of the land trade between the two nations.
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