Saturday Jun 15
Boat capsizes in West Bengal: Three dead, 40 missing
Malda , June 14 : At least three persons lost their and over forty others went missing after a boat capsized in river Ganga at Manikchak in West Bengal's Malda District this morning.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
The Epoch Times
Boat Capsizes in Indian River; 4 dead, 25 Missing
West Bengal Disaster Management rescue team search for victims in the River Ganges after a boat capsized at Dharampur village in Malda district of West Bengal state, India, Friday, June 14, 2013.
Four drown, 40 missing in boat disaster in Malda
Malda, June 14 : Four persons, including a woman drowned, and more than 40 others were missing after a boat capsized in the Ganga River in West Bengal's Malda district on Friday.
Two dead, 25 missing as India ferry sinks
AN overcrowded ferry which was packed with dozens of people and livestock has capsized in the Indian state of West Bengal, killing at least two and leaving 25 others missing, officials say.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Bengal districts lag in JEE
Calcutta, June 8: Students from at least a dozen Bengal districts trailed those from other states who appeared for this year's WB-JEE, a trend some academics said was the result of changes in the engineering entrance syllabus without corresponding alterations in the higher secondary curriculum.
Thu May 30, 2013
NHRC issues notice to West Bengal over infant deaths
The National Human Rights Commission - Thursday sought a report from West Bengal over the death of eight infants at a government hospital in Malda district.
Sat May 25, 2013
India Ink: Newswallah: Bharat Edition
Jammu and Kashmir: A woman from Pakistan was caught by the Border Security Forces in the Samba District of Jammu and Kashmir along the Indian-Pakistani border Thursday, according to a Press Trust of India report in Hindustan Times.
Thu May 23, 2013
Nine infants die in West Bengals Malda hospital in 24 hours
Malda: At least nine infants have died at the Malda Medical College Hospital in West Bengal over the last 24 hours.The cause of the death of the infants, all below one year, was due to premature birth, low weight and respiratory problem, College Vice Principal MA Rashid said today.A seven-member inquiry committee under Malda's chief medical officer ... (more)