The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
7 BEd colleges get recognition
Seven of the eight BEd colleges under North Bengal University (NBU), which had been declared illegal by Calcutta High Court earlier this year, have been recognised by the National Council for Teachers’ Education (NCTE). ...  | Read.. 
Collision on highway claims six
Six persons died this morning when the Maruti van they were travelling in collided with an NBSTC bus on State Highway 12 ...  | Read.. 
BSF help for estate workers
The Border Security Force (BSF) has taken steps to protect tea garden workers at a border village in North Dinajp ...  | Read.. 
Teacher caught in college clash
A teacher of Meghnad Saha College in Itahar was assaulted, allegedly by supporters of the Chhatra Parishad (CP), this af ...  | Read.. 
Fair deal at start of fest season
As trade fairs go, this one promises to set new standards of opulence. ...  | Read.. 
Schoolkids hurt in mishap
Five schoolchildren were injured this afternoon when their school bus rammed into another bus at Kamakhya Gate area in G ...  | Read.. 
Protest against girl abduction
More than 100 students of a school today submitted a memorandum to the additional superintendent of police (ASP) of Alip ...  | Read.. 
Tea tourism doubts linger
Tea tourism, a myth or reality' ...  | Read.. 
Accident seal on trek tragedy
The criminal investigation department today formally wrapped up the Bagmundi trekking tragedy case, saying it was an acc ...  | Read.. 
Nod to online registration
Calcutta High Court today put its seal of approval on the decision of the state government to computerise its 149 registrati ...  | Read.. 
Rs 10 cr for orphanage renovation
With the finance department sanctioning Rs 10 crore to the social welfare department, the state-run orphanages and homes ...  | Read.. 
Cops foil robbery plans
In an organised and timely move, the NJP police last night averted major criminal activity at Gate Bazar and the NJP Sta ...  | Read.. 
Hospitality future bright
Experts are bullish about the employment prospects of students from the region who are being trained in the hospitality ...  | Read.. 
Girls on top in NBU exams
Girls have emerged toppers (both first and second) in all the streams of this year’s BA, BSc and BCom Part-II (general) ...  | Read.. 
Brew stand-off still unresolved
As both small tea growers and trade union leaders remained firm on their stance, the tripartite meeting to end the deadlock ...  | Read.. 
Winged pests flock hill town
Mosquitoes and flies seem to have scaled the heights of Darjeeling and the hill town is no longer the safe haven it use ...  | Read.. 
Foreign help for Brand Sikkim
Brand Sikkim is what the tourism department of the hill state is aiming for. ...  | Read.. 
Protesters, under the banner of Gorkha National Students’ Front-backed Students’ Union Council, gherao the district magistrate’s office in Darjeeling ...  | Read
Tea sacks recovered
Molest arrest