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Fast ends, ball in Delhi court
Tired and fatigued after four days of fasting, Bangshibadan Barman today agreed to withdraw the hunger strike after a promise from the administration that their demand for a Greater Cooch Behar would be taken up with the Union home ministry. ...  | Read.. 
 
Demand for Jelep-la
Reports of the Indian government's willingness to open more trade routes with China have given a fresh momentum to the d ...  | Read.. 
 
Gold Cup kicks off
After a four-year hibernation at Bhaichung Stadium in Namchi, (South Sikkim), the Governor's Gold Cup ' Sikkim's biggest ...  | Read.. 
 
Youth dies in excise custody
A mob today ransacked the office of the central excise department and set a vehicle on fire following the 'mysterious' death ...  | Read.. 
 
College recognition
The government has finally decided to recognise Ghoom-Jorebunglow Degree College as a self-financing institute from the ...  | Read.. 
 
Sikkim welcomes new CJ
The state government today clarified that it was never opposed to the appointment of B. K. Roy as the new chief justice ...  | Read.. 
 
Asok hails dual project
Urban development minister Asok Bhattacharya today welcomed the decision to set up the Numaligarh-Siliguri pipeline proj ...  | Read.. 
 
Figures sting at health camp
A malaria detection camp held at Jabra in the Naxalbari block, 32 km from here, yesterday saw almost 70 per cent of the 200 ...  | Read.. 
 
1 lakh for bereaved families
The state police department today handed over a cheque of Rs one lakh to Santi Sarkar, the ailing widow of Jogesh Chandr ...  | Read.. 
 
Bangshibadan Barman after his meeting with the Cooch Behar district magistrate. Picture by Diptendu Dutta
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