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7-day deadline to chalk out tea wage draft
The state government has asked tea garden managements to submit within seven days a fresh draft on an interim wage hike after the proposal to pay a one-time “recoverable allowance” of Rs 400 to each worker was summarily rejected by the trade uni...  | Read.. 
 
Morcha links territory to election nod
The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha today said it was ready for elections to the proposed interim set-up for the Darjeeling hills ...  | Read.. 
 
Death again on potholed road
The potholed road of Jalpaiguri today claimed the life of a Class X student even as the 10-day-old indefinite bus strike sta ...  | Read.. 
 
After 1 exit, three tribal leaders give up posts
Three more office-bearers of the Dooars Terai Regional Unit of the Akhil Bharatiya Adivasi Vikas Parishad today resigned ...  | Read.. 
 
Minister pitches for plastic
DoNER minister B.K. Handique today advocated the use of plastic in Sikkim for the creation of employment avenues, oblivi ...  | Read.. 
 
Rain curtails central team’s drought tour
A four-member central team deputed to assess the drought condition in the district was greeted by torrential rain and vi ...  | Read.. 
 
NBU digitises Nepali for India
Work on digitising Nepali is currently underway at North Bengal University (NBU), a first-of-its-kind initiative in the ...  | Read.. 
 
Fest to celebrate bloom boom
Aroma added to colour is expected to draw more visitors to the bloom fest this time. ...  | Read.. 
 
Affair whiff in girl ‘kidnap’
A five-year-old girl was today found abandoned in a forest on the outskirts of the town with local people alleging that ...  | Read.. 
 
The swollen Mujnai river breached a portion of an embankment near Uttarkhayerbari village, 55km from Alipurduar in Jalpaiguri district, on Thursday ...  | Read
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