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About 8 results for "amit tamang"

Bharati Tamang begins indefinite hunger strike

Darjeeling, Jun 14 (PTI) Bharati Tamang, widow of slain All India Gorkha League (AIGL) leader Madan Tamang, today began an indefinite hunger strike here to press for the arrest of those indicted in her husband's murder even as authorities urged her ... Press Trust of India, 3 weeks ago
Cornered, GJM leaders look for breather Times of India, 3 weeks ago

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Rochdale Online, 1 week ago

Darjeeling back to normal after ban...

Darjeeling returned to normal on Monday but with subdued apprehension after Sunday's undeclared bandh in protest against the issue of arrest warrant against 23 Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) leaders named in the CBI charge sheet by a Kolkata court in ...
 The Echo Of India3 weeks ago

A fake encounter of justice?

An accused D G Vanzara gets bail months after Modi emerges as PM and hails it is as a return of 'Achche Din’ while the rest of us are told nobody is guilty for the cold-blooded killings of Ishrat Jahan, Kauser Bi or the 2,000-odd innocent people in Gujarat riots, says Shehzad Poonawala. Just days after cop N K Amin, one of the main accused in the fake encounter cases of Sohrabuddin, his wife Kauser Bi and Ishrat Jahan, who had been under suspension for almost eight years after his arrest ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

Darjeeling wakes up to bandh sparked by rumours

The morning after a Kolkata court directed the Central Bureau of Investigation to arrest 23 top leaders of the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) within 20 days, Darjeeling woke up to an undeclared bandh on Sunday. Though no group called a shutdown, ...
 Hindustan Times4 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Darjeeling gets a taste of Korean tea culture

Darjeeling, June 3: The legend has it that princess Heo Hwang Hu from Ayodhya in India travelled to Korea and introduced tea to that country in AD 48. Nearly 2,000 years later, a group of Koreans is sharing their nokcha (green tea) and ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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