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Nathu-la to reopen on July 6
The Silk Route will be revived on July 6 when India and China will start trading goods through the Nathu-la pass in Sikkim after a gap of 44 years....  | Read.. 
 
Renewal of land deeds
In a pioneering move, land and land reforms minister Abdur Rezzak Mollah handed over deeds for long term lease of land to 10 ...  | Read.. 
 
Fare slash for students
Good news for students of Siliguri. ...  | Read.. 
 
Asok basks in Focin faith
The innumerable flower bouquets, a clay bust of Anil Biswas and a number of gifts conveyed the intensity of faith ...  | Read.. 
 
Join-job call for retired lecturers
In the grip of a college teacher crisis, the Bengal government has decided to rope in retired lecturers. ...  | Read.. 
 
Soccer rules in civic polls
What is common between the Fifa World Cup and the Raiganj civic elections' ...  | Read.. 
 
3 more avenues to unclog Petrapole
Delhi will develop three more sites in Bengal as land customs stations and upgrade the Petrapole facility to streamline Indo ...  | Read.. 
 
Port in Myanmar to bypass Bangla
India will offer money to Myanmar to open a sea-and-river trade route for the land-locked northeastern states bypassing ...  | Read.. 
 
History house revisited
The hill town is looking to strengthen its links with history. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ransack after clash
Eleven workers' residences in Carron tea estate, 7 km from here, were ransacked after supporters of the Citu-controlled Cha ...  | Read.. 
 
The Cooch Behar district committee of All Bengal Para-Teachers' Organisation at a rally brought out on Monday in support of their five-point charter of demands, which includes permanent jobs and hike in allowance. Picture by Himangshu Ranjan Deb
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