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Two deaths in closed estate
Even as some funds trickled into Raimatang, Chinchula and Kalchini tea estates, the condition of the locked-out Bharnobari continues to be as bleak as ever. ...  | Read.. 
 
High court ruling shocks Jalpaiguri
The verdict of Calcutta High Court regarding the circuit bench case may have come as a shock to residents of Jalpaiguri, ...  | Read.. 
 
Right rap for errant government
The government has rubbed the high court the wrong way several times in recent years, be it for traffic-choking rallies, ...  | Read.. 
 
Blood stains college poll
All hell broke lose at Dinhata College today as two groups of students clashed over the formation of the studentsí union ...  | Read.. 
 
Planters stick to CTC for want of funds
Planters are keen on producing orthodox tea even in the plains, but feel that the government support is just not enough. ...  | Read.. 
 
Workers paid central scheme dues
More than 4,000 workers from three closed tea gardens in the Dooars were paid their dues today under the 100-days employment ...  | Read.. 
 
Students held for assault on jawan
Five second-year students of the IMPS engineering college here were arrested last night by the GRP for allegedly beating ...  | Read.. 
 
Rally braves rain for cause
Participants at an anti-trafficking rally today braved a heavy downpour to march into the heart of the town. ...  | Read.. 
 
Commuters on Hill Cart Road in Siliguri caught in a sudden downpour on Friday afternoon. A Telegraph picture
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