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Siliguri too ‘tense’ for rally: Chief secretary
The chief secretary of Bengal, Amit Kiran Deb, today told a visiting delegation of the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha that the situation in Siliguri was “tense” and that it would not be proper for the government to allow them to hold a meeting there on ...  | Read.. 
 
Lohar link in fate of Dalgaon GP
The ghost of the Dalgaon massacre continues to haunt the CPM, especially with the panchayat polls drawing near. ...  | Read.. 
 
TT camp from May 10
The North Bengal Table Tennis Association will centralise its annual summer coaching camp, training paddlers from all the si ...  | Read.. 
 
NBU gesture for disabled
North Bengal University has begun the work of creating barrier-free accesses to its buildings in order to facilitate the ...  | Read.. 
 
Rhino horn seized
Forest officials today seized the horn of a rhinoceros and a British metal coin, dating back to 1818, from a smuggler of ...  | Read.. 
 
Malda varsity set for 2009 opening
The Bengal higher education department is pushing to get the university in Malda functioning by the end of the current f ...  | Read.. 
 
Serial winner eyes 50 years in rural body
Ganapati Barman has never lost a panchayat election since he began as a Congress candidate 44 years ago. The 72-year-old ...  | Read.. 
 
Infection rate rings alarm bells for region’s HIV monitors
The HIV infection has assumed an “epidemic-like” proportion in north Bengal, with Siliguri and Islampur having the highe ...  | Read.. 
 
Gorkhaland march nears finishing line
Fighting against tired bodies and the blazing sun, the ever-swelling group of marchers tracing the Gorkhaland area is sl ...  | Read.. 
 
Forum minus party affiliation
A cross-section of citizens here has formed Jana Jagaran, an apolitical forum, to protest against the demand to include ...  | Read.. 
 
More tubewells for Malda
The Malda district administration is going to sink additional tubewells to avert a drinking water crisis brought about b ...  | Read.. 
 
Boy torture slur on BSF
BSF jawans here have been accused of detaining and torturing two boys, claiming that they were accomplices of cattle smuggle ...  | Read.. 
 
Man in black under attack
A performer out on poll campaign dressed in black from head to toe had to run for his life when more than 500 villagers ...  | Read.. 
 
Old relocation row surfaces in Chandmoni
An announcement to relocate former workers of Chandmoni Tea Estate to Uttarayon Township triggered a protest, leaving a ...  | Read.. 
 
Around 500 people cross the rickety bamboo bridge everyday that connects Dinhata to Matalhat in Cooch Behar. Picture by Main Uddin Chisti ...  | Read
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