The Telegraph
Friday , August 15 , 2014
North Bengal & Sikkim

Plains tea estates struggle: Planters

An association of tea planters today said more than half of estates in the Dooars and Terai were in dire straits because of low yield, less prices and debts, and expressed the apprehension that those gardens might be closed if the rates fell further. ...   | Read..

Civic body at doorstep to collect property tax

Darjeeling municipality has started visiting each and every household in town to collect property tax, instead of waiting fo...   | Read..

KLO calls strike today

Five militant organisations, including KLO and Ulfa, today called a strike in north Bengal and the Northeast from 1am to...   | Read..

Teacher quit letter reminder

The teacher-in-charge of Raiganj University College, who sent his resignation letter to North Bengal University vice-cha...   | Read..
Children run with a Tricolour at Rishipara village in Old Malda on the eve of Independence Day. Picture by Surajit Roy
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