The Telegraph
Monday , June 30 , 2014
North Bengal & Sikkim

Push for ration cards to Raipur families

Food minister Jyotipriya Mullick today said he had asked officials to allot ration cards within four days to all residents of the closed Raipur Tea Estate and appointed special inspectors for speedy despatch of food grain to all shut gardens in the Dooars. ...   | Read..

Villagers protest paper mill plant on riverbed

A proposed paper mill has filled up a riverbed in Burdwan and the company is continuing work despite a government order....   | Read..

Coriander art in hill hamlet

The lush green fields of Rampuria forest village, about 25km from Darjeeling turned into a natural canvass earlier this month...   | Read..

Girl’s doc dream hit by cash crunch

Sixteen-year-old Sonali Gorai of Durgapur thinks she has done too well for her own good....   | Read..

Congress to agitate for AIIMS clone: Adhir

The Congress will soon start a north Bengal-wide movement demanding an AIIMS-like hospital at Panishala near Raiganj in ...   | Read..

TMC arrest in Howrah

Police today arrested Riaz Khan, the co-accused in the Bridge Lodge owner Sumit Naha’s murder, from Howrah station. ...   | Read..

Camp for workers

The Labour department organised a three-day camp in Nadia’s Ranaghat last week for workers belonging to the minority com...   | Read..

Teacher found murdered

A computer teacher was found murdered in a deserted area near Gajole this morning with his throat slit and private parts...   | Read..
Devotees at a Rathyatra organised by Iskcon in Malda on Sunday. Picture by Surajit Roy
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