The Telegraph
Thursday , May 5 , 2011
 
IN TODAY'S PAPER
WEEKLY FEATURES
CITIES AND REGIONS
ARCHIVES
Since 1st March, 1999
 
THE TELEGRAPH
 
 
CIMA Gallary
Tribal tea union ‘recovers’ Adivasi land
The Akhil Bharatiya Adivasi Vikas Parishad today “took back” land that was being used by a Siliguri-based planter as a small tea garden for the past five years, alleging that he had duped the Adivasi owners....  | Read.. 
 
‘Lawlessness’ keeps away new owner
The new management of the Mujnai tea estate did not reopen the garden today as scheduled, citing lawlessness on its prem ...  | Read.. 
 
Workers block cramped train
Over 1,000 migrant workers waiting for a Kerala-bound train blocked the tracks at the New Jalpaiguri Station for more th ...  | Read.. 
 
BEd ‘fraud’ arrested
The managing director of Mitra Management Consultancy Pvt Ltd was arrested last night, a few hours after 20-30 youths ra ...  | Read.. 
 
Bhutan army to learn rescue tips at HMI
The Royal Bhutan Army has requested the Darjeeling-based Himalayan Mountaineering Institute to train its personnel in search ...  | Read.. 
 
EC officials block roads
Around 5,000 polling officials in East Midnapore blocked two highways overnight and vandalised buses for being allegedly ...  | Read.. 
 
Elephants stuck in garden mob fury
Thirteen elephants, part of a 40-member herd crossing from one forest to another, were left stranded in a tea garden tod ...  | Read.. 
 
‘Cool’ Sikkim touches foreigners
Thirty-two students from a school in Singapore are currently visiting Gangtok, interacting with the students of a gover ...  | Read.. 
 
The protesting workers with a Parishad flag at the garden in Jamadarpara. Picture by Biplab Basak
Tribal tea union ‘recovers’ Adivasi land
BRIEFS More..
Law clerk held for forgery
Dollar arrest
Road injuries
Prison probe
Train timing