The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Nepal brand to go global
With the Nepal tea industry expanding both in terms of production and acreage, the Himalayan kingdom is now looking at creating its own brand that could be an alternative to Darjeeling Tea in the orthodox tea sector. ...  | Read.. 
MA in English at North Point
St Joseph’s College (North Point) is set to introduce post-graduate studies for the first time in its 79-year-old history, w ...  | Read.. 
Road raiders rob at gunpoint
It seemed a straight lift from a Bollywood flick. ...  | Read.. 
Sudden rain spells relief
The rain god finally smiled over the Dooars, bringing relief to the people of the area. ...  | Read.. 
Buddha charms school kids
A surprise was waiting for the youths and schoolchildren who came to see chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee address ...  | Read.. 
Land law change for cash crops & tourism
The state government is gearing up to amend the law that allows agri-industrial units to hold rural land above the ceili ...  | Read.. 
Godrej, Cadila eye hill state
The investment boom is catching up fast in Sikkim with several multinational and renowned companies now eyeing the hill stat ...  | Read.. 
Cracks after heavy rains
Landslides triggered by incessant rains have caused major cracks in more than 50 houses at Balasan tea estate, 24 km fro ...  | Read.. 
AIDS back on priority list
After curbing the outbreak of malaria and gastro-enteritis in the area over the past few weeks, the district health depa ...  | Read.. 
College candy before polls
The Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee government has decided to allow teachers of around 400 state-aided colleges to encash accumu ...  | Read.. 
Baby death wrath on doctor
A group of people today ransacked the chamber of a doctor on Gour Road here after a nine-month-old baby died, allegedly ...  | Read.. 
Urban key to growth rate
India, Bengal included, should follow the China example by transforming farmers and rural-centric populations to industr ...  | Read.. 
Finishing tour tips
Finishing lessons for those attached to the tourism sector. ...  | Read.. 
Monks from the monastery at Durpin near Kalimpong enjoy a brief spell of sunshine. Picture by Chinlop Fudong Lepcha
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