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Foresters rescue two rare snakes

Forest officials of Baikunthapur division guised as potential buyers and rescued two red sand boa snakes at Fulbari on the outskirts of Siliguri on Wednesday. Times of India, 2 months ago
Rare snake rescued Business Standard, 2 months ago


The Indian high commissioner in Bangladesh, Pankaj Saran, today said an immigration check-post would be set up at Fulbari on the India-Bangladesh border in 15-20 months. The Fulbari border, 8km from Siliguri, is now used for transport of goods between ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago

SJDA to build motel at Fulbari

The Siliguri Jalpaiguri Development Authority will set up a motel along NH31D at Fulbari in collaboration with the housing development board to provide refreshments to travellers. North Bengal development minister Gautam Deb, who is also the chairman of the ...
 The Telegraph2 months ago

WVB distributes 1,500 blankets among children in Fulbari

RANGPUR, Dec 11, 2014 (BSS) - The World Vision Bangladesh (WVB) under its Fulbari Area Development Programme (ADP) distributed 1,500 blankets among the children of poorer families in Fulbari upazila of Dinajpur today. The blankets were distributed ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha1 month ago
Financial Express Bangladesh

Truck crushed two BGB members in Fulbari

(BSS)- Two members of Bangladesh Border Guard (BGB) were killed after being crushed by a running truck in Raja Rampur area under Fulabri upazila in Dinajpur this afternoon, police said. The deceased BGB members are Al Amin, 20, and Rubel Hossain, ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha2 months ago 2 BGB personnel die in Dinajpur accident  Bdnews24.com2 months ago 2 BGB men killed in Dinajpur road crash  Financial Express Bangladesh2 months ago BGB members' death triggers clash in Dinajpur  Dhaka Tribune2 months ago
Kathmandu Post

4 nations aim sub-regional cooperation

KATHMANDU, JAN 29 - Senior officials from Nepal, India, Bhutan and Bangladesh are scheduled to be in New Delhi for a two-day meeting beginning on Friday to push for sub-regional cooperation in energy and connectivity. Nepal did not ...
 Kathmandu Post1 day ago

republic day parade

Twenty little heroes selected for this year's bravery awards on Monday rode out in open military jeeps across the famed Rajpath acknowledging the cheers and adulations showered on them by the crowd on Republic Day.The bravehearts chosen for ...
 24Dunia4 days ago

Manipur celebrates 66th Republic Day in Imphal despite militant boycott call

came out and witnessed the 66th Republic Day celebrations in Manipur capital Imphal, rejecting the militant outfits call for a boycott of the occasion.Amidst tight security, the Republic Day was organized at the Kangla Fort. Okram Ibobi Singh, the ...
 24Dunia4 days ago

Palestinians should learn from India's peaceful resistance, says PM Rami Hamdallah

Tuesday, 27 January 2015 - 1:29pm IST Updated: Tuesday, 27 January 2015 - 1:30pm IST | Place: Ramallah | Agency: PTIIn a rare gesture, Palestinian Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah participated in a reception here to celebrate India's Republic Day and ...
 24Dunia4 days ago

Metro Railway observes 66th Republic Day

Metro Railway in Kolkata observed the 66th Republic Day on Monday. Mahendra Singh, Chief Electrical Engineer, Metro Railway, Kolkata unfurled the National Flag and addressed the gatherings at Metro Rail Bhavan on behalf of Radhey Shyam, General ...
 24Dunia4 days ago
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