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Minister disappoints, gardens still shut
Jairam Ramesh thinks Bengal’s “violent and militant political culture” has come in the way of reopening the closed tea gardens of the Dooars....  | Read.. 
 
Citu cry for hill private players
A Citu-backed worker’s union in the Darjeeling hills has joined the demand for the privatisation of three gardens looked ...  | Read.. 
 
Fashion store for Gangtok
Designer couple Aparna and Norden Wangdi will open a fashion store here in the first week of July. The store will come u ...  | Read.. 
 
Rail link survey soon
The survey report for the proposed railway link from Sevoke, near Siliguri, to Rangpo in Sikkim will be submitted to the Rai ...  | Read.. 
 
Airtel upgrade
Mobile service provider Airtel will build 80-100 towers across north Bengal by September this year, reports our special ...  | Read.. 
 
Tea board help for girl students
The Tea Board of India will provide financial assistance to Plus Two girl students from closed tea gardens so that they ...  | Read.. 
 
Bagdogra, the six-hour airport
Three Union ministers and the Bengal chief minister will pass through Bagdogra Airport tomorrow. ...  | Read.. 
 
Lost world in the hills: The under-construction Kalimpong Science Centre. Picture by Chinlop Fudong Lepcha
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