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Leopard rescued from Lislever TG

Forest department officials this morning rescued a leopard from Lislever Tea Garden, located at Malbazaar in the Dooars region. The forest officials had laid traps at various sections of the TG to trap the leopard since past one month, which finally ... The Echo Of India, 1 hour ago
Leopard rescued The Echo Of India, 1 month ago

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Five trafficked girls rescued by Bangalore police

Five girls hailing From Siliguri, Darjeeling, and Dooars area were rescued by the Bangalore police yesterday during a raid on a unisex massage parlour which allegedly doubled as a brothel. Two pimps, a woman worker, and a customer were also arrested ...
 The Echo Of India4 days ago Jumbo deaths: Noose tightens on villagers  The Statesman1 month ago Two jumbos electrocuted in Dooars  The Statesman1 month ago Two minor girls rescued  Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago
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Violence fear lock on estate

The Rahimabad tea estate management today suspended work at the Dooars garden after the director and manager, fearing a pay backlash, refused to return to the property on being told that workers had gathered at the factory demanding last month's wages.
 The Telegraph6 days ago Garden work suspended  The Telegraph4 weeks ago Fear grips tea garden management  Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago

Sale doubt in state garden

The workers of the Hilla Tea Estate in the Dooars protested in the garden yesterday alleging that the state government was trying to sell it to businessmen who owned other ailing estates in the region. The tea estate, which is run by the West Bengal Tea ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago State lease plan for own gardens  The Telegraph1 month ago
CapitalFM Kenya

Sonali tea garden deserted as workers, villagers flee fearing arrest

Dooars-based Sonali tea garden wore a deserted look on Sunday as workers and nearby villagers had left the area by locking their houses in fear of being arrest. The Jalpaiguri police established a temporary police camp in the area. On Saturday, ...
 The Echo Of India3 weeks ago Worker dead in shut garden  The Telegraph2 months ago Tea garden lynch suspects in police custody  Times of India3 weeks ago Workers lynch plantation owner  Manila Standard Today3 weeks ago

Free eye camp in Siliguri on Nov 30

Siliguri Greater Lions Eye Hospital in association with Dooars Human Care Society is set to hold a free eye camp in Siliguri on December 30. Speaking at a press conference here today, the DHCS general secretary Bablu Talukdar informed the camp will ...
 The Echo Of India2 weeks ago CM eye on Assembly polls in NB trip  The Statesman1 week ago Deb promises slew of beautification projects for Siliguri from November  The Echo Of India1 month ago Subscription harassment  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Two elephants die again

Two elephants - a sub adult male and a female adult - died again in the two separate areas under Dooars on Tuesday. According to the forest officials a sub adult elephant was found death in the paddy field at Upper Kerabari under Morahat ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago Jumbos dead near paddy fields  The Telegraph1 month ago More elephant carcases found in Dooars  NetIndia123.com1 month ago Two Jumbos wreak havoc  The Echo Of India1 month ago

Lama gets Pakistan institute invite

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Kurseong, 25 November Members and supporters of the Darjeeling Dooars United Development Foundation (DDUDF) are an elated lot after their chief, Mahendra P Lama, was invited by the Institute of Strategic Studies in ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago

Frustrated over dismal road condition in Dooars, locals start repair work

Frustrated over the dismal condition of roads and the administration's apathy, businessmen in the tourism sector backed by the Gorkha Territorial Administration and local people have taken upon themselves to repair the roads ahead of the tourism ...
 The Echo Of India3 weeks ago

India-Bhutan Friendship Tour to bolster bilateral ties

Organisers of the Central Dooars Echo Fest Jaldapara Conservation Carnival will on Tuesday host an India-Bhutan Friendship Tour with an aim to strengthen India Bhutan relations by promoting the two neighbours cultures. More than 200 people ...
 The Echo Of India4 weeks ago
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