The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
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Shift ailing DSP, cop boss writes to Writers’
An ailing deputy superintendent of police (DSP) looking after intelligence in North Dinajpur has become more a hindrance than a help to the department, his boss in the district has complained....  | Read.. 
12 per cent increase in HS examinees
More than 80,000 students from north Bengal will appear in the Higher Secondary (HS) examination this year beginning Monday. ...  | Read.. 
Fast against high-decibel noise from tea factory
Agitated over constant sound emanating from a bought-leaf tea factory, residents of Rahutbagan in Jalpaiguri launched a 48-h ...  | Read.. 
Drivers in homicide protest
Private bus drivers owing allegiance to the Forward Bloc set up road blockades throughout the district today, demanding ...  | Read.. 
School grants leave for shoot
Six-year-old Yuden Zongtenpa, a student of the Tashi Namgyal Academy here, has bagged the prized slot of a child artist ...  | Read.. 
Poison whiff in leopard death
A carcass of a female leopard was recovered from Borchapori tea estate in Golaghat district of Assam this morning. Fores ...  | Read.. 
Landslide fear stalks hill village
Seventeen families in Sindebong have been displaced by landslides in the past three years and are yet to be rehabilitate ...  | Read.. 
Wild boars on rampage
Ten persons were injured yesterday in attacks by wild boars in a char or sandbank of the Ganga in Manikchak. ...  | Read.. 
Air Commodore A. K. Jain, Air Officer Commanding, Bagdogra Air Force Station, flags off a motorcycle expedition in Bagdogra on Friday. The expedition had started from Fort William in Calcutta on March 8 to mark the golden jubilee of the Eastern Air Command headquartered in Shillong. The trip will end at Shillong on March 23, after covering 4,000 km. Picture by Kundan Yolmo
Axe cloud on employee
CPM gherao
Bird flu
Rhino dies