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Rush-season rules for Darjeeling hotels
Tourists take heart. The chaos that greets visitors on arrival at the hill station in the form of touts offering hotel packages could soon be a thing of the past....  | Read.. 
 
Scurry for a square-foot in serene Santiniketan
Tagore’s abode of peace is now facing the prospect of matching Calcutta in its hustle with “development” gate-crashing ...  | Read.. 
 
Coalfield escapes crack-track calamity
The Howrah-bound Coalfield Express escaped derailment by half-an-hour as cracks were detected on the tracks at Barakar ...  | Read.. 
 
Surjya stick for ‘shirker’ staff
Health minister Surjya Kanta Mishra has ticked off the North Bengal Medical College and Hospital authorities for lack of ...  | Read.. 
 
School monitors seek govt watch
School inspectors today criticised the government for not monitoring the disbursement of salary to secondary school tea ...  | Read.. 
 
Mystery over sentry death
A sentry on duty at the district armoury in the police lines here was killed by a shot from his own service revolver at ...  | Read.. 
 
Sham slur on teacher recruitment drive
Political circles in the state are agog with the allegation that the government’s move to recruit about 12,000 teache ...  | Read.. 
 
Mohammad Naimuddin Siddique with his Webley Scott revolver and son Izaz at his Theatre Road residence on Sunday. Picture by Santosh Ghosh