KOLKATA, 2 SEPT: “The question of compensation cannot be ruled out after a lease of 90 years has been extinguished,” Mr Justice IP Mukerji of Calcutta High Court remarked today while hearing the st

Railways seeks higher valuation for its 1,300 acres for Bengal project

MALDA/BALURGHAT, 1 SEPT: With erosion wrecking havoc, the only school under Hiranandapur gram panchayat at Bhutni islet, Munilaltola Primary School with 200-odd students, is facing serious conseque

KOLKATA, 1 SEPT: The ‘discrimination’ by the Centre vis-à-vis the public distribution system (PDS) has always been a major plank for the erstwhile Left Front government in the state.

No notice is required to be given to the lessee, Tata Motors Limited (TML), after The Singur Land Rehabilitation and Development Act is a “legislative command”, Mr Shaktinath Mukherjee appearing fo

KOLKATA, 31 AUG: The state government has devised a multi-pronged strategy to curb growing environmental degradation, including development of appropriate technology to curb industrial and other po

The West Bengal Government has devised a multi-pronged strategy to curb the growing environmental degradation including development of appropriate technology to curb industrial and other pollution

The West Bengal government on Tuesday decided to set up a taskforce to keep tabs on the markets and to monitor prices of vegetables.

The West Bengal Government on Tuesday argued before the Calcutta High Court that prior determination of compensation before taking over possession of land was not a Constitutional requirement.

State won’t impose additional burden on common man, says finance minister

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