The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
CPM protests Ghisingh diktat
At a time when the “religious leanings” of veteran CPM minister Subhas Chakraborty has left the communists red-faced, the district unit of the party has issued an official release criticising GNLF chief Subash Ghisingh for interfering with peopl...  | Read.. 
Supporters descend on absent CM’s house
They came early and in droves from all over the state mounted on vehicles with the blue, yellow and red flag of the ruli ...  | Read.. 
Ailing patient raises scan funds
At 73, Prem Prakash Moktan is locked in combat with a terminal disease. ...  | Read.. 
Brew meet in Lanka to discuss strategy
Stakeholders in the tea industry across the world — especially small growers and trade union leaders — will observe Int ...  | Read.. 
Civic chief refutes charges
The Opposition in the Kalimpong municipality today accused its chairman C.K. Kumai of mis-utilising civic funds, includi ...  | Read.. 
Singur braces for court and field fight
As the government is getting ready to forcibly take possession of land in Singur for Tata Motors, an under-construction ...  | Read.. 
Laggard force in polio lapse
Forty health workers have been showcaused in Burdwan for not going door to door to motivate villagers to participate in the ...  | Read.. 
34 join fast, bail rejected
True to their word, 34 KLO militants in Jalpaiguri Central Jail joined the indefinite hunger strike from this morning, i ...  | Read.. 
Dispur yet to pay tea bonus
Dispur is now looking down the barrel of the tea bonus gun, since the state government is yet to pay the festival incent ...  | Read.. 
Body dug up after two months
The body of a 43-year-old man was dug up today in the presence of a magistrate and sent to North Bengal Medical College ...  | Read.. 
Client saves brothel victim
After eight days in “hell’’, a 25-year-old pregnant woman from Assam managed to escape from a Khalpara brothel with the help ...  | Read.. 
Docs protest assault
Doctors throughout Jalpaiguri district will observe a Black Day tomorrow to protest against the incident in Birpara Stat ...  | Read.. 
Rights focus in film fest
The city-based North East Network (NEN), a rights organisation working for the peace and progress of women in the region ...  | Read.. 
Experts tips to save Sikkim religious art
The old manuscripts, frescoes and murals that are decaying with time may get a fresh lease of life with local monks and pain ...  | Read.. 
Log on to Net weddings
Weddings will never be the same in Siliguri from now on. ...  | Read.. 
An artisan puts together coloured glass artefacts that will adorn the Durga Puja pandal at Sibaji Sangha in Malda this time. Picture by Surajit Roy
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