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Since 1st March, 1999
CPM rides on anti-Left split
The CPM emerged victorious in the Assembly byelections in North Dinajpur’s Islampur today, prompting chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee to say that people had supported the government’s initiative towards industrialisation....  | Read.. 
NBU on Russia map
North Bengal University (NBU) is all set to extend its teaching and research facilities to Russian students. ...  | Read.. 
Mamata waits for direct call
Mamata Banerjee today said that there was no “direct request” from Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee and refused to end her fast, ...  | Read.. 
Trade lobby for CM
Eight chambers of commerce and industries of Calcutta today came together to put their might behind the Tata small-car p ...  | Read.. 
Singur march passes off without a clash
Some 1,200-odd supporters, a rickshaw with a loudspeaker atop a bamboo pole, a few women activists holding a banner and a ha ...  | Read.. 
Man stabs wife in court
A person stabbed his wife on the district court campus this morning. The couple had gone to court for a divorce. ...  | Read.. 
Dual role for managers
Tea garden managers of around 300 estates of the region are resenting their additional role as ration dealers under th ...  | Read.. 
Forest survey
The state government is planning to launch a fresh survey of the available forest cover and compile the data. ...  | Read.. 
Payal Ghosh (right), who won a silver medal at the 4th Asia-Pacific Badminton Championship for the Deaf in New Delhi recently, being felicitated at a programme organised by North Bengal Handicapped Rehabilitation Society in Siliguri on Thursday. A Telegraph picture
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