Woman complains of rape in West Bengal

A woman employee of a nursing home has lodged a complaint with the police that she had been raped for the past seven to eight years by its owner.

Man killed by elephant in West Midnapore

A man was killed by an elephant at Pathardoara village in West Midnapore district, a senior Forest officer said today.

Divisional Forest Officer (DFO), Kharagpur Range, Anjan Guha said Jogeswar Mullick around 47-year-old was sleeping in the courtyard of his house when an elephant caught him by the trunk and threw him killing Mullick.

Madhyamik examinees injured, CM makes special arrangement in WB

The driver was killed and at least seven students appearing in the ongoing Madhyamik Examination were injured when their vehicle overtured after hitting a tree at Khejuri in East Midnapore district on Friday, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said.

Ancient artefacts found during excavation in Midnapore

A gold locket and a mixed metal coin belonging to the 5th-6th century AD were found during excavations at Dantan area of West Midnapur district, police said today.

Five injured in TMC-CPI(M) clash

Five persons were injured when Trinamool Congress and CPI(M) supporters clashed at Konargarh village in West Midnapore district on Sunday, police sources said.

Pranab Mukherjee to visit West Bengal from May 5-7

President Pranab Mukherjee will undertake a three-day visit to West Bengal (Kolkata and Midnapore) from May 5 to 7.

Chhoto Angaria: defence questions locus standi of Baktar

The defence counsel in the Chhoto Angaria massacre case today sought permission to move a higher court on the locus standi of a key prosecution witness.

Six killed in road accident in Bengal

Six persons were killed and 14 others injured on Saturday when a bus and a car collided head-on in West Midnapore district, police said.

Body of suspected rape-murder victim found

The body of a woman, who was suspected to have been raped before being killed, was found in Kangsabati river.

Maoists kill 2 CRPF jawans in Midnapore

Two CRPF jawans were Monday seriously injured after being shot at by Maoists during a combing operation in the forests of West Midnapore district.

Netai massacre case: Next hearing on July 23

The next hearing in Netai massacre case would be held on July 23 as two accused failed to turn up at the local court here on Thursday citing illness

Explosives, landmines seized from Maoist-hit area

Explosives, landmines,
detonators, other material needed to make landmines and
Maoist posters were seized on Wednesday from Kanyabali jungle at
Salbani in West Midnapore district.

Maoist squad member detained in Midnapore

A Maoist squad member who was involved in a killing in West Midnapore district was detained from Midnapore town.

Maoist posters seized in Midnapore

Maoists posters criticising
increase in salaries of MLAs in West Bengal were Monday seized by police from two towns of Naxal-hit West Midnapore district.

Skeleton recovery case: Warrant issued against abs

A local court issued arrest warrant against 40 absconding accused in the skeleton
recovery case in West Midnapore district in which former state minister Susanta Ghosh and 18 others are in jail.

WB: 2 including gangster Venkat Rao hurt in firing

Two persons including gangster Venkat Rao were injured when members of rival gang
fired at him at, police sources

WB: More illegal arms recovered, seven CPI(M) activists held

Police recovered a cache of
illegal arms and ammunition and arrested seven CPI(M)
activists in separate incidents in West Midnapore district on Saturday.

10 people arrested for making fake EVMs in Bankura, Midnapore

Ten persons were
arrested in Bankura and West Midnapore districts on Saturday for
making fake Electronic Voting Machines (EVM).

Missing constable`s body found in Maoist-hit area

The body of the missing police constable, abducted by suspected Maoists from his
in-law`s house, was found at Jamshola village in West Midnapore district.

PCPA calls 24 hour bandh in three WB districts

The Maoist-backed PCPA on Saturday called
a 24-hour bandh in three districts in West Bengal on Monday to
protest against alleged atrocities by the joint security