The Telegraph
Saturday , June 10 , 2017

Tourists wait for hours to leave the hills

Gobind Lal Bhagat had heard stories of how violence had convulsed Darjeeling in the mid-80s and driven out tourists.   | Read..

Rains set to bridge north-south divide

The monsoon is likely to arrive in Calcutta around the same time as north Bengal for the first time in years under the impact of a low-pressure area over the Bay of Bengal.   | Read..

A shared feeling of happiness

In a former imperial palace, now in the world's largest democracy, a number of British expatriates joined diplomats, rugby players, journalists and Indian officials in the...   | Read..

Vital vote for a new citizen

I voted on June 8. At the ripe age of 37, that sounds less like of an achievement and more like a basic civic duty. But when the polling card arrived at my doorstep this...   | Read..

'Fake' doc caught by patient

A "fake" doctor was arrested in Baruipur tonight after he could not give his registration number to an NGO worker who visited his chamber pretending to be a patient.   | Read..

Partha ire on pvt tech colleges

Private engineering colleges in Bengal are producing unemployable engineers, education minister Partha Chatterjee said today.   | Read..

Bengal in top 10, but miles to go

Mix of modernity and tradition to spiritualism - India has a lot to woo foreign tourists, whose count has seen a leap of 10 per cent in the last year. The number of foreign...   | Read..

Trinamul leader in rally ban dock

Police have charged a central Calcutta Trinamul leader with violating the rally ban in College Square on Tuesday.   | Read..
TICKET TO RIDE: Tourists at Chowk Bazar in Darjeeling on Friday from where buses to Siliguri were leaving   | Read..
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