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Governor returns profit bill
Sikkim governor V. Rama Rao has returned two bills on the office of profit issue, but the state government has decided to reintroduce and pass them without modification....  | Read.. 
 
Buddha firm on new graffiti law
It will not be his first gift to the people after being re-elected, but it's just a matter of time before Buddhadeb Bhat ...  | Read.. 
 
Appeal to stop meal scheme
Primary school teachers from the hills have requested Subash Ghisingh, the caretaker administrator of the DGHC, to disco ...  | Read.. 
 
Double trouble at schools
Classes were disrupted in two different schools of north Bengal over the past 48 hours. On one occasion, guardians were ...  | Read.. 
 
FM wave sweep soon
After AIR Delhi brought Rainbow FM radio to the region, a Calcutta-based company , along with its local partner, has pro ...  | Read.. 
 
Go-easy twist to hawker trouble
Both the state government and the Calcutta Municipal Corporation (CMC), in separate affidavits, will inform the high court o ...  | Read.. 
 
Forest officials set to battle sting threat
The Cooch Behar forest division is gearing up to stop malaria deaths among its staff members. To achieve this end, the depar ...  | Read.. 
 
Passengers in bus-haul row
A 'hijacking' drama unfolded on the highways of north Bengal this morning. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mercury soars, heat takes toll
A 44-year-old man died of heat stroke in Alipore ' a locality here ' this afternoon, as the city continued to reel from ...  | Read.. 
 
Homework can wait: As the Fifa World Cup gathers pace, two boys in Siliguri show off their football skills on way back from school. A Telegraph pictur ...  | Read
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