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GNLF calls off 48-hour bandh
The GNLF has withdrawn the 48-hour bandh in the hills that was supposed to have started from Tuesday. The party, however, has warned people to be ready for 72-hour and 108-hour shutdowns after Diwali. ...  | Read.. 
 
Idol fans fume at coupons
The decision of Sony Entertainment Television to sell 150-rupee entry coupons for the Prashant Tamang show at Palzor Sta ...  | Read.. 
 
Memories of hockey and cricket as Goethals turns 100
Olympian Joseph Galibardy, now 92, still remembers how scared he used to be of the English games masters at Goethals Mem ...  | Read.. 
 
Gunfight after police visit
A youth caught in fresh crossfire on the Nandigram-Khejuri border this evening was hospitalised with a wounded leg. ...  | Read.. 
 
Stray dog population wiped out
Thirty stray dogs that were fed dead chicken by a poultry owner in Nadia have died, sparking allegations that they were ...  | Read.. 
 
Teesta victims stable: Docs
The condition of the three injured tourists from Calcutta, whose vehicle hurtled into the Teesta yesterday at Sevoke, is ...  | Read.. 
 
Swami Gahananandaji dies
Swami Gahananandaji, the president of Ramakrishna Math and Ramakrishna Mission, passed away at 5.35pm today at the Ramak ...  | Read.. 
 
Lt Col Atul Jain tees off at the maiden P.C. Mittal Memorial Golf Tournament held at Mountain View Golf Club in the Bengdubi army cantonment, about 20 ...  | Read
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