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Bhutia slams East <strong>Bengal</strong> for sacking Colaco

Bhutia slams East Bengal for sacking Colaco

28 Feb 2015

Kolkata: Former India captain Bhaichung Bhutia on Saturday hit out at East Bengal for sacking celebrated Indian coach Armando Colaco in the middle of an I-League football season.

Bhaichung Bhutia,   East Bengal,   Indian coach Armando Colaco,   I League football season,  
Corporate tax to be cut by 5 percent in 4 years; no <strong>change</strong> for individuals

Corporate tax to be cut by 5 percent in 4 years; no change for individuals

28 Feb 2015

New Delhi: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday announced a 5 percent reduction in corporate tax over next four years, abolished wealth tax and replaced it with an additional two percent surcharge on super-rich individuals, while increasing service tax that will result in higher cost of variety of services.

Union Budget,   General Budget,   Budget Session,   Finance Minister,   ,  
Mamata asks CPI(M) to join her fight against communalism

Mamata asks CPI(M) to join her fight against communalism

27 Feb 2015

Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday said she was ready to work with opposition CPI(M) on the issue of secularism and warned her government would take stern steps if incidents of conversions took place in the state.

West Bengal Chief Minister,   Mamata Banerjee,   CPI(M),   VHP,   Trinamool Congress,   International Mother Language Day,  
<strong>West</strong> Indies lose Bravo for rest of World Cup

West Indies lose Bravo for rest of World Cup

27 Feb 2015

Sydney: West Indies batsman Darren Bravo will be sent home from the World Cup after failing to recover from a hamstring injury sustained in the second match of the campaign, a team spokesman said on Friday.

World Cup 2015,   West Indies,   Darren Bravo,   Hamstring injury,  
US calls for a viable <strong>political</strong> opposition in Bangladesh

US calls for a viable political opposition in Bangladesh

27 Feb 2015

Washington: Expressing concern over the continuing political violence in Bangladesh, the US has called for a viable opposition to create inclusive processes and address the current impasse in the country, days after a court ordered the arrest of former prime minister Khaleda Zia in connection with two graft cases.

US,   Bangladesh,   political violence,   Khaleda Zia,   former Bangladesh PM,   ,  
<strong>West</strong> <strong>Bengal</strong> mulls two-way approach to stop rhino-poaching

West Bengal mulls two-way approach to stop rhino-poaching

23 Feb 2015

Kolkata: Alarmed by frequent incidents of rhino poaching in north Bengal, the West Bengal government has decided to adopt a two-pronged approach to deal with the menace.

rhino poaching,   West Bengal,   Bengal government,   West Bengal Wildlife Board,   rhinos in West Bengal,   Binay Krishna Barman,  
Parties in power at Centre, WB not enemies but <strong>political</strong> rivals: Venkaiah Naidu

Parties in power at Centre, WB not enemies but political rivals: Venkaiah Naidu

14 Feb 2015

Kolkata: Stating that the parties in power at the Centre and West Bengal were not enemies but only political rivals, Union Urban Development Minister M Venkaiah Naidu on Saturday said the two should work together for development.

Union Urban Development Minister,   M Venkaiah Naidu,   West Bengal political parties,   political rivals,  
Upbeat <strong>West</strong> Indies take on South Africa

Upbeat West Indies take on South Africa

26 Feb 2015

Sydney: Fresh from a Chris Gayle power show that took them to their second win in the cricket World Cup, a buoyant West Indies will now take on South Africa, who are still licking their wounds after the 130-run hammering against India, in a Pool B match, here on Friday.

Chris Gayle,   ICC cricket World Cup,   West Indies vs South Africa ,  
Bangladesh daily hails Mamata Banerjee's assurances on Teesta, land deals

Bangladesh daily hails Mamata Banerjee's assurances on Teesta, land deals

23 Feb 2015

Dhaka: Terming West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's three-day trip to Dhaka, which concluded on Saturday, as "heart-warming", an editorial in a popular Bangladeshi daily on Monday said the Bangladeshis believed in Banerjee's assurances for the Teesta water sharing and land boundary deals.

West Bengal Chief Minister,   Mamata Banerjee,   Teesta,   land deals,   Bangladesh daily ,  
WB government has taken swift actions in crimes against women: K N Tripathi

WB government has taken swift actions in crimes against women: K N Tripathi

19 Feb 2015

Kolkata: West Bengal Governor K N Tripathi on Thursday lauded the state government for taking swift action in cases of crime against women and said the law and order situation in it has remained peaceful and under control.

West Bengal Governor,   K N Tripathi,   crimes against women,   West Bengal crime,   West Bengal,  

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