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Since 1st March, 1999
Monks chant Karmapa claim
More than 300 monks from North Sikkim called on chief minister Pawan Chamling here today, demanding that his government do its best to ensure that the Karmapa visits Phodong monastery to preside over religious ceremonies. ...  | Read.. 
Second day of medical protest
Students of Sikkim Manipal Institute of Medical Sciences continued to boycott their classes while interns from Centra ...  | Read.. 
Lawyers caught in assault row
A lawyer was allegedly beaten up by court staff after he threatened to take them to task for demanding bribe. ...  | Read.. 
Girl ‘in trance’ hacked
A fifteen-year-old girl was hacked with a sickle by her brother last night, when she refused to take the prasad o ...  | Read.. 
Honey steals timber thunder
Timber is no longer the most important forest product and the state forest department is finally coming round to ...  | Read.. 
Consent for 960 acres in Singur
The government today published a detailed list of plots totalling 960.13 acres, which were acquired for Tata Motors with ...  | Read.. 
Language course for Lepchas
In an effort to keep the Lepcha language alive, a short duration course on conversation is under way at Bom Busty here. ...  | Read.. 
Lack of funds hits ambulances
Ambulances allotted to each of the nine blocks of North Dinajpur district are lying idle at the district health office f ...  | Read.. 
Priya alert on tea plan
Union information and broadcasting minister Priya Ranjan Das Munshi today said the Congress would not allow development of r ...  | Read.. 
Soccer fun with hill boys
After the bumpy task of finding the way from Kochi in Kerala to Queen of the Hills, the participants of Rickshaw Run wer ...  | Read.. 
Valley fair
A fair where delicious Gorkha food will be served against a backdrop of stunning scenic beauty. ...  | Read.. 
Honey: One of three most important “minor” products to come out of forests
4 die in mishap
Forest haul
Cycle rally