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Follow Sachin's footsteps: Ganguly tells Bengal colts

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Kolkata: Be it success or failure, former India captain Sourav Ganguly has seen it all, and the Bengal's favourite son shared his experience while giving a pep-talk to the state's U-19 team here toda

Tiwary to miss Ranji season, ready for tough rehab programme

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New Delhi: After a career-threatening knee injury that required two surgeries within days of each other, Manoj Tiwary is back from London and is ready to accept the fact that he won't be able to play

Chavan gives Mumbai firm grip


Ankeet Chavan (4/61) came good for Mumbai in his third match of the season to restrict Bengal to 201 and give the hosts a crucial first innings lead of 96 runs. The left arm slow bowler exploited the

Jaffer rescues Mumbai after Shukla's early burst


Wasim Jaffer (80) and Abhishek Nayar (62) took Mumbai out of doldrums with a century stand against Bengal in their Ranji Trophy Group A match at Brabourne stadium here on Saturday. The hosts made a de

Many injured in north Bengal, power supply disrupted


Many people were injured, power supply was disrupted in parts of northern West Bengal and houses developed cracks as a powerul quake, epicentred in adjoining Sikkim, rocked the region Sunday evening.

14 per cent polling in first two hours

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Fourteen per cent polling was recorded in the first two hours of voting in 54 constituencies in six North Bengal districts today.

"In the first two hours, polling was 14 per cent. There has been

Mamata aims barbs at Rahul again

Kolkata, Sept. 19: In an apparent reference to the AICC general secretary, Mr Rahul Gandhi’s whirlwind tour in Bengal, the Trinamul Congress chief, Ms Mamata Banerjee, on Sunday once again aimed a bar

'Sonia, Rahul's visit to Bengal to boost morale of partymen'

With ally Trinamool Congress occupying the major opposition space in Left-ruled West Bengal after its spectacular electoral victories, the Congress is banking on upcoming visits of Sonia Gandhi and Ra

Maoists kill school teacher in West Bengal

A school teacher, who was a member of the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M), was on Saturday shot dead by Maoists in West Bengal's West Midnapore distruct, police said.

Dibakur Mahato, a CPI-M

10 killed as bus turns turtle

At least 10 persons, including a school girl, were killed and many injured when a bus overturned and fell into a pond at Dewanhat in Coochbehar district on Sunday. Ten bodies were brought out from the

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