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Youths ransack power office
Members of a city club went overboard with their midnight revelry yesterday when they ransacked a sub-station of the state electricity board following power failure....  | Read.. 
 
Northeast push for sops
The commerce and industries ministers of the northeastern states will meet in Gangtok at the end of this month to review ...  | Read.. 
 
BSF in battle over cattle
The Border Security Force (BSF) may have got a pat from the Union home minister for putting a check on cattle smuggling acro ...  | Read.. 
 
Red flag changes colour
The red flag’s meaning keeps changing — one day it means stop, another day it means start. ...  | Read.. 
 
Deaf & mute youth says it with flowers
By George! He creates magic with flowers. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hills and tea cold to strike
North Bengal was peaceful during the 12-hour strike called by the Trinamul Congress, SUCI and three Naxalite grou ...  | Read.. 
 
Strike and run in Singur
Bandh supporters today played hide-and-seek with police while trying to enforce the shutdown. ...  | Read.. 
 
Mamata missing on bandh day
A year ago, Mamata Banerjee was on the road in rain-washed Calcutta to protest against Salim Group boss Benny Santoso’s ...  | Read.. 
 
Rural trade hub on cards
To ensure marketing of items manufactured by 3.4 lakh self-help groups (SHGs), companies like Tata, BPL Solar, Emami, Re ...  | Read.. 
 
Cops still clueless about blast
Police here is still searching for answers regarding last night’s blast that spread panic among people living near the N ...  | Read.. 
 
Fish-eater croc spreads panic
The sighting of at least five adult gharials, or fish-eating crocodiles, on the banks of the Torsha near the Hanshkhawa ferr ...  | Read.. 
 
Footfall flurry at Buxa
Tour operators and forest department officials seem to be more than happy to see that the footfall of tourists to the re ...  | Read.. 
 
Lions let out roar
GMHK Lions, the all-Nigerian team, played enthralling football at Palzor Stadium here to beat defending champions BSF, J ...  | Read.. 
 
Climbing new heights
Asikul Islam has never been to a school nor did he ever think that clambering up rocks involved technical knowhow. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tomorrow never comes: A young boy sells coconuts on Hill Cart Road in Siliguri a day before a government ban on the employment of children under the age of 14 comes into force throughout the country. A Telegraph picture
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