The Telegraph
Monday , July 28 , 2014
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North Bengal & Sikkim

Toll 111, Deb blames count error

A senior health official said today that 109 people lost their lives in north Bengal since January, a day after confusion over the number of deaths from suspected Japanese Encephalitis. That toll rose to 111 later in the day....   | Read..

Rural, civic absence affects cleaning

Absence of elected boards in the rural and urban bodies of Siliguri subdivision has led to a breakdown of conservancy an...   | Read..

Infection after cataract surgery

Eight patients who underwent cataract surgeries at Maharaja Jitendra Narayan Hospital here on Thursday were referred to ...   | Read..

Hill civic body seeks people’s views on market

The Darjeeling municipality has asked hill residents to email and let it know if they want a hawkers’ market complex at the ...   | Read..

Vector & rain link worries doctors

The absence of heavy rain across north Bengal this year could be a reason for the spike in cases of suspected Japanese E...   | Read..
Pigs on Sunday roam free on the Eastern Bypass of Siliguri, where a dumping ground is a stone’s throw from five educational institutions — Don Bosco School, Salesian College, Nirmala Convent, Auxilium Convent and Goodricke School for Special Education. Although the town neighbours Jalpaiguri district, which has reported the highest cases of suspected Japanese Encephalitis, effort on the ground to segregate pigs was not visible. Picture by Kundan Yolmo
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