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Two weeks too few for NH31C
Almost a fortnight has passed since a stretch of NH31C was washed away and the two agencies responsible for maintaining the highway are still locked in a blamegame over the amount required for the repair....  | Read.. 
 
US investors come calling
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee is staying focused on business and America seems to be listening more to the chief minister than ...  | Read.. 
 
Tourist arrested minus FIR
Priyas Jain, a resident of Howrah, was arrested by the GRP at New Jalpaiguri station this morning for allegedly creating ...  | Read.. 
 
Dzongu protest gets more support
The relay hunger strike by members of Affected Citizens of Teesta (ACT) was joined today by a group of youths from Lach ...  | Read.. 
 
Forty shops gutted
A large portion of the Balarampur bazaar, about 25km from here, was gutted in a fire early this morning. ...  | Read.. 
 
Students refuse to go away
Students of the Institute of Management and Professional Studies (IMPS) performed Viswakarma Puja inside their hostel to ...  | Read.. 
 
Tea board keen to fill cups at home
The figure is 1kg in Pakistan, around 1.5kg in Sri Lanka, 1.2kg in China, but only 730gm in India. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nightmare on civic stretches
The 40km stretch of civic roads here is in as bad a condition as the state and national highways. ...  | Read.. 
 
Viswakarma in hospital, patients can wait
Several patients wanting to get their X-rays done at the district hospital here today were turned away as the technical empl ...  | Read.. 
 
Ration mess worries CPM
The CPM has launched a damage-control exercise in the wake of allegations that corrupt ration dealers were in league wit ...  | Read.. 
 
Elephants being worshipped at Jaldapara East Range in Jalpaiguri on Tuesday as Viswakarma’s mount. The mahouts had given them a bath before decorating ...  | Read
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