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The recent carcass scam has dealt a blow to the sale of meat-based items across the city and its surrounding areas, prompting the hotels and restaurants to take immediate measures to reinstate confidence among the food aficionados.


Arunachal Pradesh chief minister Pema Khandu today urged Medical Council of India (MCI) for early operationalisation of the state’s first medical college.


A bust of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose was found vandalised inside a park in the city's Narkeldanga area this morning leading to protests by the local people, police said.


The Mizoram Board of School Education today declared the class 10 results of the High School Leaving Certificate (HSLC) examination 2018 in which 76.65 per cent students were successful.


At least three persons were killed and several others injured in a nor"wester that hit six districts of Odisha, an official said today.


At least 20 people were feared dead when a bus fell into a roadside pit and caught fire in Bihar's East Champaran district today, disaster management department minister Dinesh Chandra Yadav said.


Reema Devi (24 years) was travelling in the ladies compartment of 15050 Dn Gorakhpur-Kolkata Express (Ticket No. 80634939).

New Delhi/ Kolkata

It has come to notice that a video has been in circulation in social media in the last few days of a vendor seen coming out of train toilet with tea/coffee cans, conveying that water is being mixed in the cans inside the toilet.  With regard to the same, the following


Though freight and passenger remain SER’s main fronts, its spotlight is also provision of massive amenities for the travelling passengers.


On May 2 at about 8.45 pm , the on-duty lady constable Ipshita Paul of North Coy, Belghachia detected one suspicious bag in the course of baggage scanning at Dum Dum Metro Station.  She detained the man and called the on-duty officer C.M.

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EOI Bureau

There can’t be two opinions on the importance of cleanliness. A clean country means healthy citizens and is always a motivation for her people. Prime Minister, Mr Narendra Modi, declaring cleanliness as his highest priority, launched project Swachh Bharat Mission aiming for a Clean India by 2019.

Port Blair

The Centre of Indian Trade Unions jointly with Non-Gazetted Govt.

Port Blair

Doordarshan Kendra, Port Blair will telecast Hello Doctor Live Phone-in-programme on “HOMEOPATHY FOR MOTHER  & CHILD CARE” with Expert DR. M.A.JAWED   who will be discussing varies issues and will respond to the queries of viewers on the topic.

Port Blair

The Port Blair Station of All India Radio will broadcast a LIVE phone-in programme in Bangla language tomorrow. The topic of discussion will be ''Career opportunities in IT Sector''. The programme will be broadcast LIVE from 5.30 pm to 6 pm.

Port Blair

The NCC cadets & PI staff of 1 (A&N) INDEP Inf Coy, NCC visited the Old Age Home and Orphanage at Ferrargunj recently.

Port Blair

The foundation stone for construction of parking place, near Kali Mandir at Prem Nagar will be laid by the State President of BJP and member of Home Minister's Advisory Committee, Mr Vishal Jolly tomorrow at 11 am.

Harihar Swarup

Knowing well that its impeachment motion against Chief Justice of India (CJI), Dipak Misra, will be rejected by Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu, the Congress went ahead with the motion. Expectedly, the motion was rejected by the Vice-President and now Congress proposes to go to the Supreme Court. Government and its allies dubbed the motion as “politics of revenge”. The Congress leaders and the brain behind the move, noted jurist Kapil Sibal, say “only CJI’s removal process is political, motive is not”.

C.J. Atkins

Make time for Marxism. That’s the advice Chinese president and Communist Party leader Xi Jinping gave his members this week. On Monday, while presiding over what Xinhua News Agency described as “a group study session of the Political Bureau,” Xi stressed the importance of The Communist Manifesto, written by Karl Marx and Frederick Engels some 170 years ago, and told the party’s 90 million adherents to devote themselves to studying it.

The State Election Commission and the West Bengal Government have at last reached a consensus on the day of holding panchayat polls. It will be a one-day affair – May 24. The total police personnel available is less than the number of booths – 58,000002E Naturally, there will be no policemen in many booths, creating an ideal condition for the stronger political party in an area to flex its muscles and deploy its musclemen to prevent fair and free elections.