The Telegraph
Thursday , May 5 , 2011
Since 1st March, 1999
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
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