KOLKATA: Illegal trafficking syndicates of wild animals in Dum Dum, Baguiati and Rajarhat areas have resurfaced once again after the traffickers lied low for some time following the arrest of a tra

Tata Motors is likely to renew the lease agreement for the land at Singur as it awaits a final verdict from the Supreme Court on the Singur Act case.

Confirming the development, a Tata Motors spokesperson said, “We will renew the Singur land lease and continue to pay the prevailing rate (rate decided as per the agreement).”

Kolkata At a time when potato growers in the state are not getting a good price for their produce, the West Bengal government has asked them to shift focus to other cash crops like oilseeds and cor

Heavy rainfall has led to floods in several districts of the state, putting the rice crop in West Bengal in jeopardy.
Although the state was hopeful of reaching record production in 2011-12 backed by good rainfall in the first half of the monsoon, prolonged rain has inundated vast areas in several districts of south and north Bengal.