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SILIGURI EXPLODES
A Delhi radio jockey’s alleged taunts at Indian Idol 3 winner Prashant Tamang became the trigger for street riots in an ethnically divided Siliguri today, prompting police firing, army intervention and an indefinite curfew....  | Read.. 
 
RJ a great fan of Indian Idol
Delhi-based radio jockey Nitin, who has triggered off violent protests in Darjeeling for his alleged remarks on Prashant Ta ...  | Read.. 
 
Day of brick, baton & bullet
The first three shots rang out clear.The mob of 400, which had gathered near Siliguri District Hospital and had just set a Tata Sumo on fire ...  | Read.. 
 
Prashant appeals for peace, restraint
Prashant Tamang spoke to The Telegraph from Kathmandu, moments before he performed in front of a packed house there this ...  | Read.. 
 
Holed up inside court for six hours
The rally was primarily peaceful.Called to protest against the alleged comments by a Delhi-based radio jockey ...  | Read.. 
 
Docs battle injuries
Superintendent of Siliguri District Hospital Pradip Sarkar anticipated trouble as soon as the anti-FM slogans outside gave w ...  | Read.. 
 
Fans call hill strike
The Prashant Fan Club has called a 12-hour general strike across the hills tomorrow to protest against the flare-up in S ...  | Read.. 
 
Residents’ plea for peace
Shocked by today’s clash, residents of Siliguri have appealed for peace and restraint. ...  | Read.. 
 
Building collapses in Darjeeling
A five-storied concrete building collapsed like a pack of cards here last night as the Darjeeling Municipality’s inabili ...  | Read.. 
 
Sikkim protest over quota
The Sikkim Bhutia Lepcha Apex Committee (Siblac) has asked members of the two communities to contest the coming panchaya ...  | Read.. 
 
300 extra workers for Puja
The Siliguri Municipal Corporation (SMC) will engage 300 extra workers to clean up all the main roads and the immersion ...  | Read.. 
 
Jumbo deaths worry foresters
The death of two captive elephant calves in the Buxa Tiger Reserve (BTR) in less than seven days has left forest officia ...  | Read.. 
 
Hill girls to perform in Bangkok
A four-member dance troupe of St Joseph’s Convent here today left for Bangkok to participate in the Northeast India Trade an ...  | Read.. 
 
100 days of ACT protest
The relay hunger strike by Affected Citizens of Teesta (ACT) completed hundred days today. ...  | Read.. 
 
A Tata Sumo belonging to the Jalpaiguri additional superintendent of police set on fire by the mob outside Siligui District Hospital. A Telegraph pict ...  | Read