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Saturday , September 10 , 2011
 
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Bus strike hits daily trade of Rs 10cr
Two rival groups — lawyers and bus owners — struck work, holding the people of the town to ransom as they went about searching for alternatives....  | Read.. 
 
Trader rescued after car breaks down
A businessman who was abducted from his shop at Kanaipur last night was rescued by a group of traders after the car in which ...  | Read.. 
 
Perk up, AAI tells airline on new flight route
The Airports Authority of India has taken strong exception to the alleged tardiness shown by the Northeast Shuttles in o ...  | Read.. 
 
Darted, treated & released
A rhino calf was killed by a male rhino in Jaldapara today after the young animal’s mother did not allow the adult to ma ...  | Read.. 
 
Jumbo limps back to wild
An elephant suspected to be suffering from bullet injuries was tranquillised and treated at Tarabari forest near Garidhu ...  | Read.. 
 
Malda asks for baby care unit
The Malda district administration has sent an SOS to the state health department to set up intensive and neonatal care u ...  | Read.. 
 
Cease work lifted
The teaching and non-teaching staff members of Cluny Women’s College, who observed a “cease work” yesterday to protest t ...  | Read.. 
 
BACK ON WHEELS: Local people try to put a small truck back on its wheels after the vehicle carrying iron rods turned on its side on Sevoke Road in Sil ...  | Read
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