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Cops, travel agents save 1300
As many as 1,300 tourists left stranded due to a landslide during their return journey from Chhangu lake were safely evacuated yesterday, thanks to the prompt action of police, Travel Agents’ Association of Sikkim and residents of the area....  | Read.. 
 
Abandoned garden shuts down
An abandoned tea garden in the Dooars, being run by an operation and maintenance committee (OMC), closed down yesterday foll ...  | Read.. 
 
Sikkim eyes rise
Riding on the Nathu-la wave of optimism, Sikkim chief minister Pawan Chamling laid out a three-pronged strategy to incre ...  | Read.. 
 
Soccer school set to take off
Getting a coach was the only catch. With that problem now solved, Siliguri is all set to get its first football academy ...  | Read.. 
 
Wildlife workshop
Forest officials in India and Bhutan have underlined the need for developing a mechanism to strengthen cross-border coop ...  | Read.. 
 
NBU set to detect diseases
North Bengal University (NBU) will now have a new system to predict diseases in plants. ...  | Read.. 
 
DGHC curb on leader letters
The DGHC has instructed its departments not to accept “recommendations” from former councillors. ...  | Read.. 
 
Bangla tigers light up prison
While the rest of country contemplates blanket bans on cricket following India’s first round exit from the World Cup, Banglad ...  | Read.. 
 
Hind Motors cops in dock
The high court today summoned a senior police officer for allegedly failing to ensure that those eager to ignore an ongo ...  | Read.. 
 
Traders want rail route fast
The unprecedented delay in taking train services from India to the bordering towns of Bhutan has left traders of the reg ...  | Read.. 
 
Embers burn, so does hope
Promises of payment and new jobs flew thick over the embers of Falta factories gutted in Monday’s blaze. ...  | Read.. 
 
Plan for new Jagannath temple
Lord Jagannath and his sibling deities Balaram and Subhadra will soon get a new abode in north Bengal. ...  | Read.. 
 
Erosion looms as Centre, state pass the buck
Anti-erosion work across the Indo-Bangla border has led to apprehension among BSF officials here. ...  | Read.. 
 
State fund for three gardens
The Bengal government has decided to extend financial assistance to labourers of three closed tea gardens of the Dooars unde ...  | Read.. 
 
Two of the injured passengers of a pick-up van that plunged into the Jaldhaka river on Monday evening, killing six persons and injuring 19. While thes ...  | Read
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