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Rivals stick to bandh stand
The Opposition parties in the hills have decided to go ahead with their proposed four-day strike despite the CPM shifting the venue of its district conference....  | Read.. 
 
CPM shifts venue to plains
The CPM today announced its decision to shift the venue of its district conference from the hills to the plains. ...  | Read.. 
 
Ranji tickets for sale from Nov. 25
Cricket fans eager to watch local lad Wriddhiman Saha turn out for Bengal in the Ranji Trophy matches against Punjab and ...  | Read.. 
 
CII for Russian ventures
Tea was not the only thing to be discussed during the six-day official visit of the Confederation of Indian Industry (CI ...  | Read.. 
 
1 dies in high tension mishap
One woman died and three boys were seriously injured this afternoon by sparks from an overhead high tension wire. ...  | Read.. 
 
Tanker explosion injures eighteen
Eighteen people were seriously injured when a tanker carrying LPG exploded on a Bailey bridge in Banarhat this evening. ...  | Read.. 
 
Lepcha threat over Dzongu
The Rong Ong Prongzom (Lepcha Youth Association) has threatened to abandon its peaceful protest and resort to “other means” ...  | Read.. 
 
Quizzers get ready for the big test
The organisers of the largest quiz competition in north Bengal are keeping their fingers crossed. If all goes well and a ...  | Read.. 
 
CPM grooms baton brigade
The recent raising of lathi-wielding cadres by the district CPM has sent a negative message to other parties which is se ...  | Read.. 
 
Sikkim braces for fallout
Sikkim is likely to be cut off from the rest of the country for five days from tomorrow because of bandhs in the Darjeel ...  | Read.. 
 
Call stumps army brass
Defence ministry officials were taken aback by the request for troops for Calcutta this afternoon. ...  | Read.. 
 
Trouble trio
The persons/organisations associated with the events that led to the flare-up on Wednesday ...  | Read.. 
 
Saner minority voices slam hooliganism
Many in the minority community expressed shock over the clubbing of the secular issue of Nandigram with the demand for T ...  | Read.. 
 
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