The Telegraph
Monday , October 9 , 2017

Most Darjeeling councillors back Tamang

A majority of the Gorkha Jamukti Morcha councillors of Darjeeling today promised support to Binay Tamang, a couple of days after a similar boost to the disgruntled leader in Kurseong.   | Read..

Axe on Bharati for attending govt meet

The central committee of the ABGL today suspended party president Bharati Tamang, the wife of the late Madan Tamang, for three months for attending a meeting with the...   | Read..

Dilip: None saw Mukul take cash

Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh today defended suspended Trinamul Rajya Sabha member Mukul Roy, an accused in the Narada payoffs case, saying "nobody has seen him...   | Read..

Toy train work resumes

The Darjeeling Himalayan Railway has started the process of restoring the toy train tracks that had been damaged during the agitation in the hills.   | Read..

Families flee snake menace in Birbhum

At least 10 families of a Birbhum village have fled homes out of sheer panic after four persons died of snakebite over the past two months.   | Read..
Rowers take part in a 2-km boating competition on the Ganga at Gabarchar village in Nadia's Santipur on Sunday.