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Published on Feb 02, 2023 10:47 PM IST
Speaking at a function in Purba Bardhaman district, the Trinamool Congress supremo lashed out at the BJP-led Centre over the Union budget, claiming that income tax concessions are nothing but a jugglery of words.
The unprecedented attack came after Banerjee dismissed Visva Bharati’s claim on a part of Nobel laureate economist Amartya Sen’s ancestral property
A raid at Ghosh’s residence yielded documents relating to the TET held in December last year, indicating that the racket was operating even after the Calcutta high court ordered the probe in May
Banerjee said because of the inflation, changes made in the income tax slab will not bring any benefits to the salaried class
Mamata Banerjee, who is on a three-day tour of Birbhum and neighbouring areas to review administrative work, held a closed-door meeting with TMC leaders of the district
CBI officer Somnath Biswas will not be involved in any investigation linked to the alleged irregularities in the recruitment of school teachers, the court ordered.
A division bench of chief justice Prakash Shrivastava and justice Rajarshi Bharadwaj expunged the reference
Mamata Banerjee, who began a three-day tour of Birbhum, met 89-year-old Amartya Sen at his residence and handed over evidence from the state land records that will help counter the Visva-Bharati University.
The BJP said there were a large number of cases which reflect the “vindictive and intolerant attitude” of the Mamata Banerjee government
The inspection will take place amid allegations by the opposition Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) that mid-day meal funds were misused by the ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) government
The finding was recently published in the CATnews, the newsletter of the cat specialist group of the International Union for Conservation of Nature’s (IUCN) species survival commission
The deceased people were identified as Tilak Mandal, a resident of South 24 Parganas near Kolkata, Sukla Kundu and Sahil Saha, both residents of Siliguri. Shah was the driver
According to SFI members, the power outage at Presidency University was an attempt by the university authorities to stop the screening of the documentary series.
The GTA agreement was signed by the Centre, the West Bengal government and GJM on July 18, 2011, leading to the formation of the GTA after the President of India gave his assent in March 2012
The government believes the film poses a threat to the sovereignty of the country, its relationships with other nations, and public order
This comes even as several students, who gathered at JNU students' union office in New Delhi for a screening of 'India: The Modi Question', claimed the varsity administration cut power and internet to stop the event, and staged a protest after stones were thrown on them.
Updated on Jan 25, 2023 10:30 AM IST
HT News Desk | Reported by Joydeep Thakur | Written by Aniruddha Dhar