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Tea fire for Bengal
The Union minister of state for commerce and industry, Jairam Ramesh, has expressed dissatisfaction with the Bengal government for its inability to match Kerala’s drive to reopen closed tea estates....  | Read.. 
 
Traders protest war losses
It may be only a small step, but it has brought hope to second generation Nathu-la traders. ...  | Read.. 
 
Hilsa is here, monsoon yet to arrive
The much-awaited monsoon is yet to arrive in north Bengal, but the fish delicacy associated with it has already reached ...  | Read.. 
 
Smuggler attacks foresters
The kingpin of a gang involved in timber smuggling gave foresters the slip today but not before attacking three of them ...  | Read.. 
 
Boycott mars return home
Homecoming has been anything but sweet for the CPM families in Nandigram as well as for the Bhoomi Uchchhed Pratirodh Co ...  | Read.. 
 
Teen raped, body hung from tree
The body of a 13-year-old girl was found hanging from a tree in a mango orchard this morning. ...  | Read.. 
 
Funds cut for green mission
Bigger departments under the Sikkim government will now have to contribute 1 per cent of their budget allocation for the ...  | Read.. 
 
Safety net for bird haven
Winged visitors from Siberia can expect a better deal the next time they come to the Fulbari canal. ...  | Read.. 
 
Members of 16 NGOs under the banner of Sangobaddho, a network of HIV positive persons in north Bengal, take part in an agitation in Siliguri on Monday. They were protesting against the discrimination faced by AIDS patients. A simultaneous protest was held in Calcutta by the Bengal Network of Positive persons. A Telegraph picture
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