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Raipur staff question Left MLAs
The Telegraph

Tea Board to work with Bengal govt on reopening closed gardens

The Tea Board will approach the West Bengal government to seek help on reopening closed tea gardens in Dooars region, its chairman Siddharth has said. "We will soon approach the state government to see how both parties can collaborate for reopening ... Business Standard, 3 hours ago
Raipur staff question Left MLAs The Telegraph, 2 weeks ago
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TG workers start agitation against Govt, owners

Workers from the 286 tea gardens from Hills, Dooars and Terai today started an agitation against the laidback attitude of the government and owners on the wage hike issue. As part of the agitation, workers from 10 TGs in Mirik today held gate ...
 The Echo Of India17 hours ago DTDPLU Mirik unit forms new working...  The Echo Of India1 week ago DTDPLU to start joint agitation for...  The Echo Of India1 month ago DTDPLU Pokraybung unit conducts meeting  The Echo Of India1 month ago

GJM distributes food materials in c...

In an good-will initiative, the GJM central committee from Dooars today distributed food materials to the workers of the closed Bandapani tea garden. The Dooars GJM sources informed a total of 1,244 workers of the closed TG were provided with food ...
 The Echo Of India16 hours ago
The Telegraph

Starvation in estates: Bose

Alipurduar, July 24: Left Front chairman Biman Bose today said residents of shut tea estates in the Dooars were not getting regular financial assistance and food grains for the past six-seven months and many had died for lack of food. From the print media I ...
 The Telegraph17 hours ago Bengal Food Min refutes reports of starvation deaths  NewKerala.com3 weeks ago Starvation deaths in West Bengal tea estates on the rise  Times of India3 weeks ago

Elephant herd of 60 creates havoc a...

A herd comprising 60 elephants entered Tundu-Bamandanga tea garden of Nagrakata in the Dooars around 6am this morning and caused massive destruction of property. The herd ravaged the tea bushes and demolished 50 workers quarters. Portions of the ...
 The Echo Of India2 days ago Elephant damages 20 houses in Dalsingpara TG  The Echo Of India2 weeks ago Elephant herd damages house, crops  The Echo Of India1 month ago Physically challenged man killed in elephant attack  The Echo Of India1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

AITBA Dooars holds meeting on formation of TDCB

Following the official introduction of Tamang Development and Cultural Board by the chief minister Mamata Banerjee on July 17 at Chaowrasta, Darjeeling and the subsequent announcement of boards members, the Dooars unit of All India Tamang Bauddha ...
 The Echo Of India4 days ago Mamata's Dooars visit  The Echo Of India1 month ago Dooars prepares for CM's visit, security beefed up  The Echo Of India1 month ago CM likely to visit Rajabhatkhawa, Durgam Bakshaduwar  The Echo Of India1 month ago
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Indian Express

Ministers visit closed tea gardens...

State food and supply department minister Jyotipriya Mallick, during his visit today to the closed tea gardens of the Dooars, said the district food controller has been transferred as punishment for supplying inferior quality food grains to workers ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago Plea to govt on gardens  The Telegraph1 week ago Yule team on garden visit  Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago Labour minister assures Durga Puja bonus to workers  The Echo Of India1 week ago
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4th meeting on tea worker wage issue meets dead end

The fourth round of meeting regarding wage increment of tea garden workers of Darjeeling, the Terai and Dooars failed after garden owners refused to accept workers unions demand to fix the minimum wage. The meeting was conducted today at ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago 3rd meeting on wage revision fails  The Echo Of India1 month ago Vital Tea wage settlement meeting remained inconclusive  Economic Times1 month ago Tea workers optimistic about upcomi...  The Echo Of India1 month ago

Red Bank TG worker bleeds to death

A tea worker at the closed Red Bank tea estate of the Dooars today died of suspected malnourishment. However, the district health department refuted the death was due to malnutrition. The deceased Pune Munda (45) was a resident of the No. 3 line of ...
 The Echo Of India6 days ago Worker dies in closed Red Bank tea garden  The Telegraph2 weeks ago Yet another Red Bank TG worker dies due to poverty  The Echo Of India3 weeks ago Death toll hits 34 at Red Bank TG  The Echo Of India1 day ago

Tea wage hike demand movement forum launched

The Trade unions of Darjeeling, Dooars and Terai excluding Trinamool Congress affiliated INTTUC have united in a joint platform to fight for the increment of wages for the tea garden workers. After failing the three meetings on the wage increment ...
 NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago DTDPLU Soureni unit demand wage hik...  The Echo Of India3 weeks ago DDUDF justifies 11-point deputation...  The Echo Of India3 weeks ago Trade union demands increase in daily wages  The Echo Of India1 month ago
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