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Axe hint puts law college on fire
Jalpaiguri Law College turned into a virtual battlefield today after a circular implied that six students might be expelled for their repeated failures in annual exams. ...  | Read.. 
 
Campus talks fall through
Bengal higher education minister Sudarshan Roy Chowdhury and director of technical education Sajal Dasgupta today failed ...  | Read.. 
 
Kids have fun with weekend window to Nemo’s world
The absence of multiplexes in town has not stopped children here from enjoying their weekends in the company of Tom and ...  | Read.. 
 
Kartika estate reopens today
The Kartika tea estate, which has been closed since April 17, will reopen tomorrow. ...  | Read.. 
 
First degree tech school in hills
The hill town is set to take the first tentative step towards becoming a centre of higher technical education. ...  | Read.. 
 
Failure prompts twin suicides
A Class-VIII student of Raiganj Coronation High School committed suicide last night, reportedly because he could not liv ...  | Read.. 
 
Jawan still at large, BSF denies charges
Border Security Force (BSF) constable Duryodhan Nayek who fled from custody on April 22 is still eluding arrest. ...  | Read.. 
 
Short on cops
The Government Railway Police (GRP) is going through a shortage of manpower in north Bengal. ...  | Read.. 
 
Soni harps on job scope
Tourism is currently the highest employment generating sector in the country, Union minister Ambika Soni said today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tea unions on warpath
Trade union leaders under the banner of Coordination Committee of Tea Plantation Workers today said they would soon laun ...  | Read.. 
 
Work to resume in Orange Valley
Work is set to resume at the Orange Valley tea garden after the labourers finally allowed police to shift the body of Sukbir ...  | Read.. 
 
A Lepcha girl in Sikkim grinds rice. Picture by Ashit Rai
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