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August 08, 2018, Wednesday | Opinion
Last year, a senior IMF official described demonetisation as a "vacuum cleaner" which sucked in cash, withdrawing it from the economy
August 11, 2015, Tuesday | Current Affairs
Says Pichai showed a keen interest in electronics material and did his final year thesis on the subject
January 15, 2015, Thursday | Opinion
This refers to Kanika Datta's column "'West Bengal still on decline'" (Swot, January 15). After independence, Bengal was gifted with a bright chief minister, Bidhan Chandra Roy, who used to address the state as his "mother". He dedicated his life to ...
March 08, 2013, Friday | Companies
If Makhteshim Agan India fails to reply to the show-cause notice, its import approval could be revoked
June 16, 2012, Saturday | Markets
This year’s 16 per cent rise in the Minimum Support Price (MSP) for paddy is unlikely to cheer farmers in West Bengal, one of the biggest rice producing states. Output is likely to come down by at least 10-15 per cent this year, on account of ...
April 29, 2012, Sunday | Beyond Business
Salt Lake turns 50 this year. Here is the story of a marsh that became a prosperous, bustling suburb
January 10, 2012, Tuesday | Economy & Policy
The project in Bengal, in which Singapore's Changi airport hold 26% stake, falls below expectations
December 17, 2011, Saturday | Beyond Business
The 128-year-old Star Theatre is a relic of Bengal’s once thriving cultural life. But that hasn’t stopped its fortunes from swinging wildly with every change in political dispensation. Debaleena Sengupta traces the ups and downs.
October 22, 2011, Saturday | Economy & Policy
Does Newtown, the upcoming satellite township of Kolkata, bear the name of the late communist leader Jyoti Basu? If you believe the present state government’s urban development minister Firhad Hakim, then the name of the township is Rajarhat ...
July 13, 2011, Wednesday | Markets
After last year's drought, with a 30 per cent dip in output of paddy, West Bengal expects to see normal production this year.
July 18, 2007, Wednesday | Economy & Policy
The Union ministry of commerce has sanctioned the proposal to set up a bee keeping unit at Bidhan Chandra Krishi Vishwavidyalaya at Mohanpur, near Kolkata, said MP Sudhangshu Seal.
September 22, 2006, Friday | Economy & Policy
Bengal Tuberculosis Association (BTA) which was founded by Bidhan Chandra Roy in 1955 is struggling for survival owing to shortage of funds, said Manish Pradhan, general secretary of the institution
May 30, 2006, Tuesday | Companies
2,000 acre unit was once a blue-chip, ruined by state government apathy
September 03, 2005, Saturday | Opinion
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