The Telegraph
Monday , August 25 , 2014
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North Bengal & Sikkim

Wage assault on tea manager

A Dooars tea garden has decided to stop the plucking of leaves in a section of the estate from tomorrow following a worker’s alleged assault on an assistant manager last night after which he chased the official with a dagger....   | Read..

Rap on truant NBMCH docs

Three doctors at North Bengal Medical College and Hospital have been issued show-cause notices, asking them to explain r...   | Read..

North Dinajpur Left rural control totters

The Left Front could lose control of the North Dinajpur zilla parishad as six of its members are poised to join Trinamul...   | Read..

Civic bodies oppose DM as reviewing officer

The chairpersons of the four municipalities in the Darjeeling hills have cried foul at the government’s decision to appoint ...   | Read..

Tea centre gasps for survival

The North Bengal Tea Auction Centre in Jalpaiguri is caught in a vicious circle of depletion of the produce and desertio...   | Read..


The brother of a 32-year-old woman who was raped here yesterday said two accused were intimidating them after the family...   | Read..

Puja plan for local clubs

The administration has asked over 400 clubs within the jurisdiction of Siliguri metropolitan police, which would be orga...   | Read..
Amar Singh Rai in Darjeeling on Sunday. Picture by Suman Tamang
Civic bodies oppose DM as reviewing officer
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