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Ballot banter brews trouble
Nearly 25 people were injured in post-poll clashes across the region, including 15 in Cooch Behar where the CPM and the Forward Bloc went back to their turf war, shattering within hours the fragile peace that had prevailed there during the elect...  | Read.. 
 
Rain lashes Darjeeling and Siliguri
Storms with high velocity winds struck Darjeeling and Siliguri almost simultaneously this morning, uprooting trees that ...  | Read.. 
 
Poisonous plants weeded out
An Alipurduar-based NGO today uprooted all parthenium plants growing on the railway station compound here. The three-and ...  | Read.. 
 
Tourists off to virgin hills
The tiny hamlet of Kolakham near Lava has no electric supply, nor a pukka road, but is still managing to attract droves of t ...  | Read.. 
 
Bank’s tryst with heritage
When the DHR wanted to extend its tracks from a place “near Siliguri to Kissengunge” in 1913, a separate enterprise — Da ...  | Read.. 
 
Vote first, loss later
Personal tragedies were pushed to the backseat for the sake of the party — democracy, to be politically correct — in Bas ...  | Read.. 
 
Polls over, Left allies break peace pledge
Polling agents of political parties came to the rescue of officials whose vehicle overturned at Dinhata’s Karkharia late ...  | Read.. 
 
Tibetans eager, Indians wait
Traders from the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) have reacted far more enthusiastically than their counterparts in Sikkim ...  | Read.. 
 
BSF arrests man with fake notes
Acting on a tip-off, BSF personnel arrested a person carrying fake currency with face value of Rs 85,000 at Islampur o ...  | Read.. 
 
Asok U-turn on hill tourism
Bengal minister Asok Bhattacharya today asked tourists to visit the Darjeeling hills, making a U-turn from his earlier stanc ...  | Read.. 
 
A woman injured in a clash in Raiganj District Hospital. Picture by Nityananda Sarkar
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