The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Docs showcaused for newborn ‘negligence’
The Malda health authorities have served showcause notices on eight staff members of the district hospital, including three doctors, for having wrongly pronounced a newborn dead on February 1. ...  | Read.. 
Sikkim bid for power
The Rongli river valley here will reverberate with the sound of twin turbines generating 99 MW of power in 27 months’ ti ...  | Read.. 
Siliguri cops to impose silence
The traffic department of Siliguri Police seems to have finally woken up to the menace of sound pollution in town. ...  | Read.. 
Nepali strain in UK air
Popular scores by Udit Narayan have been wafting through the British airwaves, ever since the first community radio serv ...  | Read.. 
Fog & fungus threat to mangoes
Mango-growers here have a new enemy — fog. ...  | Read.. 
Track tips on NFR table
The importance of the New Jalpaiguri (NJP) station is sure to escalate within the next few years. At least, the proposals wi ...  | Read.. 
Kids hone skills in winter break
As the cold wave grips the hills for the last time this season, youngsters here are using last few days of the winter re ...  | Read.. 
Extra security for athletes
Following the blast at the Kamakhyaguri station yesterday, the railways have decided to beef up security measures on tra ...  | Read.. 
Railway boss on blast recce, mum on probe
The inspector-general of railways (West Bengal), Rajesh Kumar Gupta, today visited the station here to take stock of the ...  | Read.. 
Spoon-by-spoon hope for tea
Egged on by Bengal chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee, the Jalpaiguri district administration has decided to take up one ...  | Read.. 
Growth muffles dam protests
Until a few years ago, this place (35 km from Siliguri) was a modest settlement with a near-deserted bazaar dotted with ...  | Read.. 
The board near the hospital declaring it a silence zone. A Telegraph picture
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