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Hills shut down as fear closes in
People here are bracing for a rerun of violent incidents and general strikes 21 years after the Gorkhaland agitation set the hills on fire....  | Read.. 
 
Darjeeling crisis hogs CPM meet menu
The 19th district conference of the CPMs Darjeeling unit began here today in the presence of Bengal chief minister Buddhade ...  | Read.. 
 
Devils to spice up nights
Work-weary residents and tired travellers can now chill out at Devils, a 2,000sqft nightclub that opens in Salugara on S ...  | Read.. 
 
HIV shock at blood bank
The in-charge of the blood bank in Siliguri District Hospital today shocked members of a visiting Assembly commit ...  | Read.. 
 
Tiger census to prove count
Forest officials at Buxa Tiger Reserve (BTR) have decided to launch an extensive tiger census in December. The foresters ...  | Read.. 
 
Folk drama scripted
Ranadhir Dey credits all his knowledge of bishohori (a form of folk drama) to his village mul (guru). ...  | Read.. 
 
MP nudges Lok Sabha on bill
CPM leader Basudeb Acharia today asked the Centre to take up the amendment bill, for granting Sixth Schedule status to t ...  | Read.. 
 
Unrest fuels tourism concerns
The unrest in the Darjeeling hills has made tour operators apprehensive of the possibility of long-term damage to the re ...  | Read.. 
 
A vendor sells oranges in Siliguri. A Telegraph picture
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