Maharashtra caps prices of masks, Calcutta HC modifies Durga Puja order; COVID-19 tally at 76.50 lakh
The ministry said that 78 percent of the 54,044 new cases of COVID-19 registered in a span of 24 hours are concentrated in ten states and Union Territories
Reporter has fundamental right to publish news that may not be palatable to administration: Calcutta HC
The Calcutta High Court made the observation while allowing an anticipatory bail plea moved by an ETV reporter whose story on bribery among police officials earned him an FIR.
Calcutta HC extends interim protection to BJP leader Mukul Roy till 8 Nov in connection with alleged payout for rail panel membership
The Calcutta High Court on Tuesday extended interim protection from arrest to BJP leader Mukul Roy in a case of alleged payout for a railway panel membership till 8 November
Calcutta HC sets aside arrest warrant against BJP leader Mukul Roy over alleged recovery of unaccounted cash
The Calcutta High Court on Wednesday set aside an arrest warrant against BJP leader Mukul Roy in connection with the alleged recovery of unaccounted cash from a person
Hearing an anticipatory bail prayer by Roy, who was booked for conspiracy in the killing of Krishnaganj MLA Satyajit Biswas, the court directed that conditions imposed on Roy in the earlier order, including a ban on his entering Nadia district, would continue.
Calcutta HC to hear PIL against Calcutta University's decision to award honorary degree to Mamata Banerjee today
The Calcutta High Court on Tuesday agreed to hear a petition against Calcutta University's decision to award an honorary D Litt degree to West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee
West Bengal dengue outbreak: Mamata Banerjee govt playing 'cheap politics' over the issue, says state BJP chief Dilip Ghosh
West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh on Friday blamed the West Bengal government of indulging in "cheap politics" over the outbreak of Dengue in the state
The high courts of Bombay, Calcutta and Madras are set to undergo a change in their names.
The Calcutta High Court today took up an appeal against a trial court order directing registration of FIR against Trinamool Congress MP Tapas Pal for his insensitive comments against women and a CID probe into it, saying that the question to be decided was whether he had committed a cognisable offence or not.
A division bench comprising Justice A K Banerjee and Justice M K Chaudhuri, passing its order on PILs seeking CBI probe into the scam, refused the prayer at this stage.