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CPM rail stand earns ally ire
The South Dinajpur unit of the CPM has decided to oppose the proposed link train of Gour Express from here. ...  | Read.. 
 
Search on for hill football heroes
A footballing dream is taking shape in the tea gardens of Darjeeling hills. ...  | Read.. 
 
Peer plan to cure women drug abusers
Alarmed at the growing incidence of drug addiction among women and alleged government apathy in dealing with it, West Bengal ...  | Read.. 
 
Malaria alarm
A child from a tea garden in the Alipurduar subdivision died of malaria yesterday. ...  | Read.. 
 
Wild raid kills two
A gang of timber smugglers was in for a nasty shock today when two of them were killed by a herd of wild elephants while ...  | Read.. 
 
Chief minister in balancing game
The investors’ deadlines loom while many in the CPM want him to go slow on land takeover. Caught between the two, Buddha ...  | Read.. 
 
Awards to instil ‘love for place and culture’
Subash Ghisingh has announced a few new awards for the hill people, all with the aim of “instilling love for the place a ...  | Read.. 
 
3 hurt in goods train mishap
An empty goods train jumped the tracks at the Gulma railway station, 8 km from here today, injuring three railway employ ...  | Read.. 
 
Science test for school students
The Darjeeling district committee of the Paschimbanga Vigyan Mancha today organised an aptitude test on environmental sc ...  | Read.. 
 
Rs 5,000 subsidy on battery-run bikes
Here’s a chance to get a subsidy of Rs 5,000 from the state government. Buy a two-wheeler. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hill state in festive mood
Like everywhere else in the country, Makar or Maghe Sankranti was celebrated in all parts of Sikkim today. ...  | Read.. 
 
The festival in Jorethang. Picture by Ashit Rai
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