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Closed sluice gates flood crop
Stretches of boro paddy have been flooded in Rajnagar and Hamidpur here with the Farakka barrage shutting its sluice gates....  | Read.. 
 
Trek break for executives
For corporate executives, treks on the mountains and a quiet holiday in the lap of nature seem to be the perfect way of ...  | Read.. 
 
Animal study in hill forest
Help may soon be on way for three lesser-known animals in the forests of north Bengal. ...  | Read.. 
 
Cops get lead from arrest
The arrest of a youth here today has given police an important lead to the spate of snatching cases that has been going on i ...  | Read.. 
 
Bloc trains guns at Asok
It was as if the invitees were sitting at a convention called by one of the Opposition parties. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ration crisis hits gardens
The problem of distributing rations in the Dooars tea gardens seems far from a definite solution. ...  | Read.. 
 
Quack messes up delivery and scoots
A quack beheaded a baby during delivery in a Murshidabad town last evening and almost killed the mother, bringing to foc ...  | Read.. 
 
Rs 1-crore pirated products seized
Pirated CDs and DVDs of films and music worth Rs 1 crore were confiscated from two shops here today in the biggest seizu ...  | Read.. 
 
Russian hope for better yield
The tea industry in north Bengal may finally be on the verge of receiving that much sought-after fillip it needed for a ...  | Read.. 
 
SFI rampage on college campus
SFI supporters today went on the rampage in Alipurduar College after the process of filling up forms for the third-year ...  | Read.. 
 
Protest against funds misuse
Members of the CPM-dominated South Dinajpur Zilla Parishad Employees’ Union have begun a movement to highlight the wastage ...  | Read.. 
 
Neora Valley National Park. Picture by Biplab Basak
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