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Talwar blow to garden relief claims
Punching holes into the Bengal government’s claim that it has stood by workers of closed estates, Anuradha Talwar today said there was considerable difference between reports sent to her by the Jalpaiguri district administration and the “...  | Read.. 
 
Spot the site, go green
The district administration has taken up a new move to give the Queen of Hills a greener look. ...  | Read.. 
 
Rap on school for ‘power nap’
The head teacher of Udaypur Balika Vidya Niketan, 4 km from here, has been issued a show-cause notice by the district in ...  | Read.. 
 
Bribery slur on civic body
The ABGL has brought charges of corruption and nepotism against the Darjeeling municipality, and the members have even b ...  | Read.. 
 
Ramjhora boy dies
Eighteen-year-old Sankar Gosai of Ramjhora Tea Estate died at Birpara State General Hospital this mo ...  | Read.. 
 
For a better dog life
Frequent attacks by stray dogs had robbed them of their playtime. ...  | Read.. 
 
Panel on question errors
Flooded with complaints over mistakes in Madhyamik questions, the board of secondary education has decided to review thi ...  | Read.. 
 
Cheating brawl climax to Madhyamik
Police today lathicharged a few examinees after they assaulted invigilators at a Madhyamik centre here. ...  | Read.. 
 
Job salve after BSF killing
The 12-hour bandh called by the Left Front in Hili to protest against the murder of a villager at the hands of a BSF jawan y ...  | Read.. 
 
Study on Darjeeling hills
A few researchers from the Darjeeling hills and the Northeast have come together to explore the “unique” history, polity ...  | Read.. 
 
Lepcha dancers at a workshop-cum-performance programme at the Centre for Studies in Local Languages and Cultures in North Bengal University on Monday. ...  | Read
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