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Chopper draws more crowd than Priya
Ajoy Burman, who runs a tea stall near Phansidewa Madhyamik School, was extremely excited. 'I've never seen a helicopter from so close.' Indeed no one in Phansidewa, a small rural town about 35 km from Siliguri, had before today....  | Read.. 
 
Mainstream Yechury trips on hill issues
A national leader who did not do his homework on local politics. That summed up Sitaram Yechury's visit to the hill town tod ...  | Read.. 
 
Promise for CPM widow
The family of Pranesh Pal, the Jalpaiguri district committee member of the CPM killed by a KLO militant in May, 2000, ha ...  | Read.. 
 
PIL against Narmada rerun
A Narmada rerun in Darjeeling, but on a smaller scale. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bangshi hints at poll truce
The Greater Cooch Behar People's Association may drop its plans for a 'fast-unto-death', scheduled for May 5. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tiger numbers on the rise
Watch out! Tigers are on the prowl in Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary and their numbers are increasing. ...  | Read.. 
 
Fresh demand for Gorkha land
The Bharatiya Gorkha Parisang has demanded the formation of a separate state for the one crore Nepali-speaking population of ...  | Read.. 
 
School to pilot wing dreams
At a time when new airlines have started to occupy Indian (and foreign) airspace almost every month, the need for traine ...  | Read.. 
 
Elephants used for the safari at Sukna forest return after collecting food from nearby woods. A Telegraph picture
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