Kolkata City News (Calcutta)

  1. Bengal teen''s family 'concerned about safety'': Bihar team

    The report, however, has no mention of the investigation by the West Bengal Police.
  2. HC advocates help AAP membership swell, 15,000 join in Kolkata so far

    The cell would be formally set up after January 26, as the membership drive is going on, Bhattacharjee said.
  3. BJP launches portal for Modi rally registration

    BJP will also set up camps at Sector V to tap techies.
  4. Trade unions demand wage hike for workers in tea gardens

    The forum has also demanded the new wage agreement be done in Siliguri and not in Kolkata and have planned a series of campaign programmes.
  5. Buddha corners Didi over crime against women, development

    The former chief minister also alleged that all development work in the state had come to a standstill.
  6. Narendra Modi a monster, Trinamool has pact with him: Buddha

    BJP has set a target of at least five seats from West Bengal in the Lok Sabha elections.
  7. TMC welcomes Ganguly resignation, Somnath 'hurt'

    Rights activist Sujato Bhadra said Ganguly should have put in his papers much earlier.
  8. Mamata visits Amlashol, first by a CM in 10 years

    The village for the first time celebrated Durga Puja here in the village last year.
  9. Parents at Pranab door, Oppn hits the road in city

    Food Minister Jyotipriya Mullick, however, termed the protests as 'dirty politics'.
  10. Gangrape victim inaugurates Nandigram Shaeed Minar

    The tower has a prayer room, a library, a guest house and a charitable dispensary located on its premises.
  11. Left Front cries 'war' to end TMC's 'honeymoon period'

    Dev claimed that about three lakh people will attend the rally tomorrow.
  12. Pay Rs 100 to attend Modi's Kolkata rally

    The party leaders say that by introducing online registration, they are targeting the youths.
  13. Ganguly quits, says grounds for his removal 'untenable'

    A K Ganguly confirmed on Tuesday that he had resigned as chairman of the WBHRC.
  14. Commuters bear the brunt of bus strike, govt unmoved on fare hike

    Commuters had a tough time in West Bengal as more than 49,000 private buses and mini buses remained off road Monday demanding a rise in fare.
  15. Trinamool to recruit 2 IIM interns ahead of LS polls

    Keeping the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in mind, the Trinamool Congress has decided to recruit two interns from the Indian Institute of Management in Kolkata to help the party devise and execute effective communication strategies. ]
  16. Centre announces new hospitals, infra upgrade for several others

    The Centre on Monday announced setting up of a slew of new hospitals and expansion plans for several existing ones to bolster health care facility in West Bengal.
  17. Only responded to people''s 'sentiments'', did not interfere in gangrape probe: Nitish

    Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar Monday denied interfering in the probe into the gangrape of a 16-year-old girl, beyond merely responding to people''s 'sentiments'' by deputing a senior police official to visit West Bengal and providing financial assistance to the victim''s family.
  18. Gangrape victim''s father moves HC for CBI probe

    The father of the 16-year-old gangrape victim, who died of burn injuries after she was allegedly set ablaze, filed a petition before the Calcutta High Court on Monday seeking CBI investigation into the incident.
  19. Suchitra Sen partially responds to treatment, meets Mamata

    Ailing actress Suchitra Sen, who has remained a recluse for the past three decades and is currently undergoing treatment at a Kolkata hospital, made an exception for West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday and met her.
  20. Ganguly mulls quitting as WBHRC chief

    Former Supreme Court judge A K Ganguly, accused of sexual harassment by a woman lawyer who interned under him, is contemplating resignation as chairman of the West Bengal Human Rights Commission (WBHRC).