The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Spiderman back in cop web
Three days after he gave police the slip, Sikkim’s most wanted criminal Rakesh Rai, aka Spiderman, has once again been re-arrested. ...  | Read.. 
Hill help for child labourers
In keeping with the nationwide efforts to put an end to child labour, the Darjeeling district administration has started ...  | Read.. 
Meet decides repair deadline
The permanent restoration work on the damaged 50-m stretch of NH 31A at 27th Mile will be taken up by the end of November an ...  | Read.. 
CPM nod to Singur plan
The CPM state secretariat today endorsed chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee and industries minister Nirupam Sen’s de ...  | Read.. 
‘Landmine’ haul at ‘BPO’ unit
The “landmines” unearthed during a joint swoop by the army, the CID and the state intelligence branch yesterday were onl ...  | Read.. 
No device to detect bomb
A red cloth bag abandoned on a roadside in the town sent the local police department into a tizzy, especially so, since ...  | Read.. 
Adventure on cards
Adventure lovers studying at any institute affiliated to North Bengal University (NBU) now have a reason to smile. ...  | Read.. 
Health plan for wild animals
North Bengal may soon have a state-of-the-art hospital dedicated to its wildlife population. ...  | Read.. 
Two snatchers land in police net
Two members of the gang that robbed a group of tourists inside Buxa Tiger Reserve on October 4 were arrested this aftern ...  | Read.. 
Dinajpur added to dengue list
The subdivisional hospital in Gangarampur, 45 km from here, today reported the first case of dengue in the district, thu ...  | Read.. 
Minister promise yet to bear fruit
Bengal agriculture minister Naren Dey seems to have forgotten his promises. ...  | Read.. 
Arms and hands covered with gunpowder, workers make fireworks at a factory at Lichuphokhari, around 25 km from Siliguri, on Friday, just a few days before Kali Puja. A Telegraph picture
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