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Hills and plains face nature’s fury
Vehicles travelling to and from Gangtok remained stranded on National Highway 31A for most of today after the arterial road connecting Sikkim to the rest of the country was hit by two landslides within 48 hours....  | Read.. 
 
Job office ransacked
Members of the Yuba League, the youth wing of the Forward Bloc, today ransacked the employment exchange here and alleged ...  | Read.. 
 
Back to smuggling after promise fails
Two years ago they had given up their old ways in the hope of a better future. ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Tornado’ hits Malda villages
A violent storm with eerie similarities to a tornado swept through five villages here yesterday, leaving 22 people injured a ...  | Read.. 
 
Power failures haunt hospital
North Bengal Medical College and Hospital, the only referral hospital for the six districts of the region, is functionin ...  | Read.. 
 
Teesta relief for 400 people
Nearly 400 people whose houses have been damaged by the construction of the Teesta Stage V hydel project in East Sikkim ...  | Read.. 
 
Magic fingers beat pain
Stone-crusher Aghar Roy, 72, of Balason Colony suffered from lower back pain for as long as he could remember. ...  | Read.. 
 
A match between East Bengal and Jalpaiguri DSA President’s XI on the Town Club ground in Jalpaiguri on Tuesday. The Calcutta club won the match 6-1. ...  | Read
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