Cops identified the man as Debanjan Deb, and said he had set up the free inoculation camp falsely posing as a senior municipal official
For the posts of regular and part-time medical officer, the walk-in interviews are scheduled to be held on 17 May and 24 May respectively
In the Covaxin phase 3 trial in Kolkata, a total of 1,000 participants will be administered either placebo or vaccine shot
Out of the total vacancies announced, 55 are for part-time medical officers and 42 are for full-time medical officers
'Don't indulge in politics, have patience,' says Mamata Banerjee after protests in cyclone-affected areas in West Bengal
After protests in several cyclone-affected areas of West Bengal, chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday urged people to have patience as the administration was working tirelessly to restore water and power supply
On TMC turf, local issues threaten BJP's prospects in West Bengal civic polls; party’s ‘goli maaro’ sentiment will hurt it politically
Whether a poor showing in the municipal elections will augur a comfortable return to power for the Trinamool Congress is a matter of speculation.
Mamata Banerjee writes to Narendra Modi about 'steady reduction' of funds; political ploy to fool people, says BJP
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday wrote a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, expressing concern over "steady reduction" of Central funds to the state and "inordinate delay" in their release. The BJP called the letter a "political ploy to befool people" ahead of civic polls in the state.
Kolkata Municipal Corporation puts Aadhaar update on hold after protests in Watgunge area; locals feared exercise conducted to collect NPR data
Locals had hit the road in the Watgunge area of the city on Wednesday evening, after two officials of a private bank, engaged to collect details for Aadhaar
WBPCB provides Rs 6 crore to Kolkata Municipal Corporation for procurement of water sprinkling vehicles in view of rising pollution in city
AQI in the city had hovered between 200 and 350 in the first week of November, then it improved substantially as Cyclone Bulbul lashed the city
BJP workers clash with Kolkata Police at rally to protest spurt in dengue cases, several agitators detained
Clashes broke out between BJP activists and the police on Wednesday, when the saffron party took out a rally in Kolkata to protest against the spurt in dengue cases.
Fear over NRC grips West Bengal; two more commit suicide, hundreds queue up outside govt offices for documents
Amidst fears that NRC could be implemented in West Bengal hundreds of people on Tuesday queued up at government and municipal offices in West Bengal.
Cut money row: Mamata Banerjee's intemperate statements may jeopardise TMC's prospects in civic body, West Bengal Assembly polls
West Bengal chief minister and Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee continues to tie herself up in knots, with her latest indiscretion being the raging ‘cut money’ row, which she raised publicly on 18 June
Mamata Banerjee may have become BJP's biggest ally in Bengal due to her repeated missteps, outbursts
Banerjee's impulsive actions have reduced her stature in national and even local politics and she is getting trapped in her own image of a sulking leader.
Litterbugs in Kolkata may now have to shell out a maximum fine of Rs 1 lakh for dumping garbage on road
The fine has been raised through an amendment to section 338 of the Kolkata Municipal Corporation (second amendment) Act which was passed in the West Bengal Assembly
West Bengal Assembly paves way for a non-elected person to become mayor of Kolkata Municipal Corporation
The Bill approved by the West Bengal Assembly also states that the person, after being appointed as mayor, has to get elected as a councillor of Kolkata Municipal Corporation
Over 650 affected with diarrhoea in Kolkata, city municipal corporation denies drinking water is contaminated
At least 28 people were admitted to the Baghajatin State General Hospital with diarrhoea and over 650 were down with symptoms of the disease in Kolkata
At least one person has been killed and two critically injured after a dilapidated ground plus two building in Kolkata's Burrabazar collapsed on Tuesday
Trinamool Congress minister and Kolkata Municipal Corporation(KMC) mayor Sovan Chatterjee failed to appear before the Enforcement Directorate which had summoned him in connection with the Narada tapes case.
The CBI interrogated IPS officer S M H Mirza of his alleged role in the Narada tapes scandal which allegedly showed him accepting bribes.
Refuting allegations of violence and malpractice in the recently-held West Bengal civic polls, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday said the TMC's massive victory was a befitting reply to the rival forces who carried out a "malicious" campaign against her and her party.