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Tea Day focus on workers' rights
Equal wages for men and women, no reduction in negotiated wages and no curtailment of fringe benefits....  | Read.. 
 
Ghisinghspeak loses punch
The victory celebrations of the GNLF at Rohini, about 25 km from Siliguri, were spoiled rather unexpectedly by its leade ...  | Read.. 
 
Left in Bangshi line of fire
The Greater Cooch Behar People's Association today came down heavily on Forward Bloc and CPM leaders. ...  | Read.. 
 
Needle key to AIDS control
The district administration has called on competent NGOs to submit proposals for the control of HIV through needle exchange ...  | Read.. 
 
Teacher held for molest
A 42-year-old teacher of a primary school at Mainaguri block here was today arrested for molesting a seven-year-old stud ...  | Read.. 
 
Investment call at trade fair
Enterprise Siliguri 2005-06, organised by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) and the West Bengal Industrial Deve ...  | Read.. 
 
Babies swapped
Two families have lodged separate police complaints against NBMCH alleging that their newborns have been swapped ...  | Read.. 
 
Bill blot on CPM claim
The CPM has claimed that the credit for granting regional autonomy to the hills can be traced back to the initiative tak ...  | Read.. 
 
Plains in CPRM do-it list
Hundreds of CPRM cadres today pledged to take their battle for 'identity' to the plains on the 10th anniversary of the p ...  | Read.. 
 
Ministers Asok Bhattacharya (second from left) and Gautam Deb at the trade fair. Picture by Diptendu Dutta