The Telegraph
Wednesday , August 10 , 2011
Since 1st March, 1999
Parishad shutdown kicks off with ransack
Two vehicles were ransacked and traffic was disrupted on four national highways as supporters of the Akhil Bharatiya Adivasi Vikas Parishad took to the streets to enforce an indefinite strike across the Dooars and the Terai to demand a hike in t...  | Read.. 
Monitor on cellphone tower leads to chit fund boss
The chit fund operator from Malda who had been allegedly abducted on Saturday was rescued by Murshidabad police from near a ...  | Read.. 
Truancy glare on hospital doctors
The additional chief medical officer of health of Alipurduar has complained to his higher authorities against three doctors ...  | Read.. 
Strike against SSB ‘torture’
Residents of Manebhanjan, a town along the Nepal border, started an indefinite strike in the area from today to protest ...  | Read.. 
Encephalitis kills 2 kids
Two children from Bansihari have died of viral encephalitis in the past 24 hours and least 10 others have developed symptoms ...  | Read.. 
1 month jail for ex-CM
Sikkim High Court today sentenced three-term chief minister of the state Nar Bahadur Bhandari to jail for one month on c ...  | Read.. 
College admission amid armed security
The counselling for the admission to the first year undergraduate courses at Islampur College was held today amid a tight se ...  | Read.. 
Boys crushed under truck
Two 15-year-old boys riding a scooter were crushed to death under the rear wheels of a truck that they had tried to over ...  | Read.. 
Shower guard: Two schoolchildren share a raincoat in the drizzle in Kalimpong on Tuesday. Picture by Chinlop Fudong Lepcha
Plea for Sushanta arrest
NBU results
Three held