The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Raise for Nepal tea workers
The decision of the Nepalese tea industry to increase the wages of its workers has come as a welcome relief to its counterpart in Darjeeling, who hope that it will stop the illegal entry of green tealeaves from the neighbouring country. ...  | Read.. 
Shutdown stamp on post office
At a time when the post office in the Buxa hill is facing a shutdown threat, residents of the area have demanded that it ...  | Read.. 
Spat blocks Italian funds
A spat between the civic chief and the local MLA might result in the municipality losing Italian funds to the tune of Rs ...  | Read.. 
Asok plea to youth wing
The Darjeeling district leadership of the CPM is set to rope in members of the Democratic Youth Federation of India (DYFI) t ...  | Read.. 
Violence follows suicide bid
Over 500 people attacked an 18-year-old girl’s house here this morning after she tried to commit suicide together with h ...  | Read.. 
Farming on losing ground, says Citu
Rural Bengal had been turning away from farming for a living even before industrialisation again became a fashionable wo ...  | Read.. 
Mirik bandh peaceful
The GNLF-called 12-hour bandh in Mirik, 35 km from here, ended peacefully today. ...  | Read.. 
Slander case relief for Bhandari
All India Congress Committee (AICC) member and treasurer of the Northeast Congress Coordination Committee Thukchuk Lac ...  | Read.. 
New security ring at SMC
Following the attack on the mayor of Siliguri Municipal Corporation (SMC), Bikash Ghosh, on Friday, police have beefed up se ...  | Read.. 
Two girls too many for mum
A 24-year-old mother, Sonali Das, was arrested today for throttling her newborn daughter. ...  | Read.. 
District Cong rift widens
The demand within the Congress to remove Shankar Malakar from the post of the Darjeeling district president seems to be ...  | Read.. 
Poll row over Ghani cut-out
Under instructions from election observer Upendra Kishor Chauhan, the district Congress today pulled down a huge cut-out ...  | Read.. 
Cops on teaching mission
Till three months ago, State Armed Police (SAP) personnel of the 4th Battalion posted at the special camp at Guagaon, 25 ...  | Read.. 
School football honour
St Augustine, Kalimpong, have lifted the Sixth Himali Cup organised by Himali Boarding School here. ...  | Read.. 
Tech help for small tea sector
The Tea Board of India has decided to take the help of experts attached to Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagp ...  | Read.. 
NHPC threat to Mahananda
Environmentalists here apprehend that the Mahananda wildlife sanctuary will be under threat once the two projects of Nationa ...  | Read.. 
The lawn in front of the Cooch Behar palace being mowed to give it the perfect look before the pujas. Picture by Main Uddin Chisti
Liquor haul
Road deaths
Rail workers