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Father of three found dead after poll duty
Mystery surrounds the death of a Group D employee of Darjeeling Government College who had come to Siliguri on May 6 to officiate as a polling staff during the Assembly polls two days later....  | Read.. 
 
Man under rape trial kills self
An under trial prisoner from Jalpaiguri, arrested on rape charges, committed suicide in the police cell of the North Ben ...  | Read.. 
 
Jumbo surprise awaits Japan zoo
The elephants of Jaldapara Wildlife Sanctuary are going places. ...  | Read.. 
 
Asok promises call centre
Owners of call centre training institutes to those running placement agencies ' everyone here is now waiting for the cal ...  | Read.. 
 
Guha push lands berth in loyalist lap
Licking his wounds after a major drubbing in the May 8 polls, former minister Kamal Guha today showed that he still has ...  | Read.. 
 
Assam girl escapes flesh trade racket
After four long years, she finally freed herself from a life of hell. ...  | Read.. 
 
Neighbours witch-hunt woman
A 50-year-old tribal woman ' branded a witch by her neighbours ' was brutally killed at Bhujubhita village in the Gajole pol ...  | Read.. 
 
Session on office of profit issue
The Sikkim state Assembly may sit for a two-day special session on June 5 regarding the office of profit issue that has ...  | Read.. 
 
Lawyers on clash course
The tussle between lawyers of Siliguri and Jalpaiguri has resurfaced with the latter launching a movement to hold on to ...  | Read.. 
 
Sartre, Ibsen take the stage
People of Siliguri will soon be treated to a three-day theatre festival to celebrate the writings of Jean-Paul Sartre an ...  | Read.. 
 
Hill rivals cross swords post-elections
A post-election clash between supporters of the GNLF and the PDF has sparked off a heated war of words between the hill ...  | Read.. 
 
Call for a better state
Officials of different government departments should improve coordination and work towards a more efficient functioning ...  | Read.. 
 
Boy in the woods: Golf prodigy Master Rommel (left) being felicitated in Siliguri on Tuesday for his outstanding performance in the national junior golf championships, while his coach Clive Birdly (centre) looks on. The Class XI student, who probably owes his name to the great German general Erwin Rommel, has beaten all comers in various tournaments organised in north Bengal and has held his own in national meets in his age group.
Picture by Diptendu Dutta
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