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Observers feel TMC may leave Darjeeling local polls to GJMM

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Kurseong, 21 July To maintain a cordial relationship with the dominant party in the Hills, the Trinamul Congress is likely to leave the Gorkha Jan Mukti Morcha (GJMM) to have a say in the local polls in Darjeeling, ... The Statesman, 23 hours ago
TMC Hill unit sees a shuffle The Statesman, 1 month ago

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Mamata seeks GJMM's support to develop hills

Forms Tamang Board; Wishes Gurung on birthday; Sherpa wife given aid Statesman News Service Darjeeling, 17 July Trinamul Congress supremo and Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee indirectly sought cooperation from Gorkha Jan Mukti Morcha ...
 The Statesman5 days ago Master plan for IT Hub and Bio-Tech Park in Darjeeling, Kalimpong : Mamata  NetIndia123.com4 days ago Mamata Announces Development Projects for Darjeeling  Outlook4 days ago Mamata Banerjee announces development projects for Darjeeling  Zee News4 days ago
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Mamata wants peace to prevail for unhindered hills development

On a visit to Darjeeling, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday in an apparent message to Gorkha Janamukti Morcha said that it should allow unhindered development of the hills by maintaining peace. Without making a direct reference to the GJM which wants ...
 Zee News5 days ago Rajen Mukhia's rejoinder to Mamata-Bimal meeting criticism  The Echo Of India2 days ago Mamata Banerjee wants peace to prevail for unhindered hills development  Economic Times5 days ago Mamata claims tête-à-tête with Guru...  The Echo Of India2 days ago
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CM's upcoming two-day visit to Darjeeling

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is slated to visit the hills on July 16 and stay for a couple of days. This will be her first climb uphill after her party's defeat in Darjeeling in the general election at the hands of the BJP-Gorkha Janmukti Morcha ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago need Centre succour for tea workers: CM  The Statesman5 days ago Mamata's first visit to Darjeeling after LS polls on July 16  Economic Times1 week ago Big Day today; Alipurduar waits with bated breath  The Statesman4 weeks ago

Mamata's Darjeeling visit

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has once again strummed on the wrong chords in complete disharmony with the hills, and this time it is with the Darjeeling municipality, by enquiring about the proposed commissioning of a drinking water project that is ...
 The Echo Of India6 days ago Hills project inauguration by Mamata Banerjee under lens  Times of India6 days ago

Desperate to regain lost power in hills region, WB CM starts her Darjeeling trip on Wednesday.

SILIGURI: West Bengal CM Miss Mamata Banerjee begins her Darjeeling hills visit on Wednesday, first time after last Lok Sabha election. The trip is undoubtedly targeted towards regaining the strength lost in the region following hill political ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Ministers? team to tour closed tea gardens  The Statesman1 week ago CM to tour Hills on 16 July  The Statesman1 week ago Moloy Ghatak to the rescue  The Statesman1 week ago

Darjeeling admn function: Didi to attend,GTA not invited

Summary Mamata Banerjee will address the people of the hills in administrative programme, with GTA not invited. The Darjeeling district administration will hold an administrative programme on Wednesday where Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee ...
 Indian Express5 days ago
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EU sales of Darjeeling tea decline ahead of GI tag

KOLKATA: It is a bad time for the Darjeeling tea industry. Tea exports to Germany and other European nations from the hills have taken a hit this season, raising concerns among planters whose revenue largely depends on export earnings. There is a ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Hill tea green drive  The Telegraph1 week ago Forest dept, tea gardens unite for afforestation prog  The Echo Of India1 week ago Makaibari brand tie-up  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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Popular Kurseong drama group struggles to make a comeback

MOHANPRASAD mhn_prsd@yahoo.com Kurseong,8 July Political unrest in the Darjeeling Hills has not only affected the tea, tourism and education sectors, but art and theatre groups have also come under its vicious grip. A once renowned ...
 The Statesman1 week ago Theatre groups on back foot amid prolonged political unrest  The Echo Of India2 weeks ago Darjeeling filmmaker wins award in Sweden FilmFest  NetIndia123.com1 month ago Short Nepali film Ek Dhakar Jiwan...  The Echo Of India1 month ago

GTA to honour lifetime achievers

For the first time in the history of the Darjeeling hills, the Gorkhaland Territorial Administration has decided to initiate a life time achievement and other awards to honour achievers from various fields for their contribution to society through ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago Gurung warns state on GTA  Times of India3 weeks ago GTA planning makeover of hills in 3 years time  The Echo Of India1 month ago Gurung to focus on statehood achiev...  The Echo Of India2 months ago
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