The Telegraph
Monday, October 16, 2017
 

West Bengal

Force pullout insult: CM

Chief minister Mamata Banerjee blamed the BJP on Monday for "plotting a conspiracy" against Bengal by deciding to withdraw central forces at a time the state was trying to restore peace in the hills, terming the move "a big insult&q......   | Read..
 

Centre move 'political'

A home ministry official has said the Centre's decision to withdraw some companies of paramilitary forces from the hills is a "political" compulsion as the Bengal government is averse to ......   | Read..
 

CM meets Buddha

Mamata Banerjee visited former chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee's home on Monday to enquire about his health....   | Read..
 

Hills normal: DGP

Director-general of police Surajit Kar Purkayastha said on Monday that he was happy that "everything is normal" in the hills....   | Read..
 

Employee relief

Chief minister Mamata Banerjee withdrew on Monday her decision to impose a break-in service for government employees who did not attend work during the shutdown in the hills....   | Read..
 

Planters wait for package

Producers of Darjeeling Tea are eagerly waiting for the Centre's nod for the proposal for a Rs 100 crore package from the Tea Board to offset to certain extent the losses suffered by them during th......   | Read..
 

Bagdogra passenger count up

Officials of the Airports Authority of India said on Monday that the number of passengers at Bagdogra airport had increased by 62 per cent in the first six months of the current fiscal vis-à......   | Read..
 
Force pullout insult: CM