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Name holds back tax

The Darjeeling municipality couldn’t start collecting tax from tourists from September 1 as planned because it can’t decide on a name for it, nor the modalities of payment....   | Read..
 

Hope in Ayodhya hills as Maoist hold loosens

Naren Murmu, 45, who runs a makeshift eatery made of bamboo on top of the lush green Ayodhya hills, serving spicy hot country...   | Read..
 

Rain & pest blow to tea production

Excessive rain and pest attacks have led to a loss of over 44 lakh kg of tea in Dooars till June this year, the Tea Boar...   | Read..
 

Stay on, appeals Barla

John Barla, the Terai and Dooars tribal leader, today held talks with aggrieved leaders and workers of the Gorkha Janmuk...   | Read..
 

Govt to count pets this month

The animal resources department will conduct a pet census in the state from September 15 to October 14. ...   | Read..
 

Back to class a year after quake

North Sikkim’s oldest private school that was flattened during the September 18 earthquake last year will start holding clas...   | Read..
 
Malda’s Chanchal is set to get an additional chief judicial magistrate’s court a decade after being declared a subdivision. ...  | Read