The Telegraph
Thursday , May 13 , 2010
Since 1st March, 1999
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Bandh gets an apolitical highway ride
An “apolitical” outfit supporting the Gorkhaland cause has appealed to people to stay away from the national highway to Sikkim on May 15 and 16, the two days on which the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha has called a bandh. ...  | Read.. 
Private school in govt classroom
A private school is being run from a government-aided primary school building for the past three years here with authori ...  | Read.. 
4 children freed from clutches of ‘sadhu’
Four children aged between 11 and 17 years were rescued from Hasimara railway station yesterday after a “sadhu” accompan ...  | Read.. 
Dooars joins strike race
The Akhil Bharatiya Adivasi Vikas Parishad has called a 72-hour strike from May 17. The bandh comes close on the heels of an ...  | Read.. 
Court query about slow road widening in Sikkim
Sikkim High Court has issued suo motu notices to several Union ministries and the Border Roads Organisation (BRO) and ha ...  | Read.. 
Maoists blow up culvert
Suspected Maoists in West Midnapore’s Salboni last night triggered a blast and damaged a culvert on the road connecting ...  | Read.. 
80 donate land in reformer memory
More than 80 people at Khalisamari have donated 336 bighas of land to a committee formed to demand a university in memor ...  | Read.. 
Late entry to stop JEE switch
Universities have decided to start admissions to first-year classes in colleges after the joint entrance exam results ar ...  | Read.. 
Deserted, but not a bandh
Monday’s violence has left this subdivisional town dry of the municipal poll fervour with people hurrying to reach home ...  | Read.. 
A CRPF jawan patrolling NH31A in February
Bandh gets an apolitical highway ride
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