The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Some wait & watch, others relax
The announcement that five of the 14 closed gardens in the Dooars will resume operations by July has evoked mixed reactions in the tea industry....  | Read.. 
At home, madal player recounts good old Mumbai days
In the early part of 1970, a youth from the hill town made his way to Mumbai with only a madal (a traditional Nep ...  | Read.. 
Allies bank on CM, Basu for state-level talks
The Forward Bloc, RSP and the CPI are hopeful that Jyoti Basu and Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee will be able to make the CPM agree ...  | Read.. 
Forum to protect software
North Bengal and Sikkim are ready to fight software piracy. ...  | Read.. 
Theft at Kali temple
Silverware worth thousands of rupees was stolen from a Kali temple at Old Post Office Para here last night. ...  | Read.. 
Cinchona plans fail to attract workers
The GNLF-affiliated Himalayan Plantation Workers’ Union (HPWU) is not ready to buy the state government’s plans for revi ...  | Read.. 
Meet to demand tax-free trade
The Forward Bloc and the Opposition today turned up at a convention here, demanding exemption of tax for industries in t ...  | Read.. 
Illegal office at station
An attempt to set up a Congress trade union office on the Balurghat station premises has triggered protests in the rival ...  | Read.. 
Nine teams display battle skills
The Kripan Division conducted a patrolling exercise from April 24 to May 3, in which nine teams showcased their military skil ...  | Read.. 
Ragging victim goes missing
A first-year polytechnic student, who had allegedly been the target of seniors in ragging, is missing since Friday night ...  | Read.. 
Rs 2-cr hashish seized
Hashish worth around Rs 2 crore in the international market has been seized on way to Japan, said a source in the Direct ...  | Read.. 
Two mahouts bathe a pet elephant of the forest department in the Murti at Gorumara National Park in Jalpaiguri. Picture by Biplab Basak
Women on sting drive
Body found
20 injured
Blood camp