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Bulldozers to hit illegal hill houses
The Darjeeling Municipality has decided to bulldoze from tomorrow buildings that have come up “illegally” in town during the “political turmoil” in the hills. ...  | Read.. 
 
Office burgled
A block development office was looted last night and the robbers fled with Rs 2.67 lakh that was kept in a safe. ...  | Read.. 
 
Killed after bank taps power pole
An electrician in Kushmandi was electrocuted this afternoon while tapping power illegally from a roadside pole for a min ...  | Read.. 
 
Homage to jawans on Trishakti ‘birthday’
The Trishakti Corps observed its 49th Raising Day on Saturday with pomp. The “birthday” celebration of the Corps began with L ...  | Read.. 
 
Garden opens but doubts brew
The management of Mujnai Tea Estate has alleged that the workers have sold at least 30,000kg of tealeaves in four days despi ...  | Read.. 
 
Tour sales tips: include Bhutan
Dooars, along with Bhutan, is set to find a place in a German travel guide for Asia. ...  | Read.. 
 
Terror leopard trapped
An adult male leopard that created panic in the Bhagatpur tea garden for more than three months was caught in a trap bai ...  | Read.. 
 
Docs came, saw but failed to find cause of deaths
Several medical teams from Calcutta, Delhi, Pune and Siliguri, had descended on Karandighi block in June when 17 infants ...  | Read.. 
 
2 held for branding worker witch
Two persons of Bani Tea Estate in Ambari-Falakata were arrested for branding a co-worker of the garden a witch and creat ...  | Read.. 
 
The Darjeeling town, a concrete jungle. Picture by Suman Tamang
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Fatal fall for travel guide
Woman dead
Patta clash
Traffic curbs
Boy missing