The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Cong door ajar for PDF seat pact
The People's Democratic Front (PDF) and the Congress are likely to go for a seat adjustment in Darjeeling district for the coming Assembly elections....  | Read.. 
Workers skip estate meet
The labour commission's efforts to broker peace between the management and workers of Chungthung tea estate in Darjeelin ...  | Read.. 
Posters break GNLF peace
Mysterious posters urging hill residents to revolt against Subash Ghisingh and his brand of politics appeared across the tow ...  | Read.. 
Major's wife in shop ransack row
Taking orders from an officer's wife, army jawans yesterday ransacked a weaving centre in the central Assam town of Tezpur a ...  | Read.. 
Parties mull campaign minus graffiti
Graffiti banned, the ruling parties and the Opposition are busy working out alternative modes of campaign. ...  | Read.. 
Show falls short of splendour
The event and the hardware deployed had the potential to mystify and bewilder, and the efforts were there, too. But the ...  | Read.. 
EC push to pre-poll arrests
Election Commission observer for the district Manoj Singh has instructed police to round up 1,900 people, against whom a ...  | Read.. 
Court axe on teacher courses
The high court today asked 115 primary teachers' training institutes not to admit students as they had not taken the nec ...  | Read.. 
China on brew trail
China may have introduced tea to the world, but it is only now that the Communist state is preparing to market its produ ...  | Read.. 
Fun time on big screen
A three-day children's film festival held at Town Hall here concluded today with the screening of Chicken Little. ...  | Read.. 
Old promise before polls
Another poll is round the corner and the local MLA has again come up with the age-old promise: the government will take ...  | Read.. 
No more writing on the wall
9 dead in mishap
Girl killed
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