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Siliguri mayor denied audience by m...

Mayor of Siliguri Asok Bhattacharya had a disappointing day in the corridors of power in Kolkata on Wednesday as he tried but failed to meet two senior ministers of the Mamata Banerjee cabinet Panchayat Minister Subrata Mukherjee and Urban ... The Echo Of India, 19 hours ago

Tetulia corridor over Bangladesh finds new hope

SILIGURI: The ongoing dynamics in national policy makers level on Indo Bangladesh land boundary issue and the process of passing The Constitution (119th Amendment) Bill has given new life to the hope for 'Tetulia Corridor.' An India to India short ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago PM's Bangladesh visit a chance to resolve issues  Economic Times1 day ago

Village squads toWard off elephants

Siliguri, May 20: The World Wide Fund for Nature-India has formed three squads of villagers from India and Nepal who live in areas located on the sides of the elephant corridors near the border areas, to reduce man-elephant conflict. Kanchan ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 week ago

Bangla arrests

Siliguri, April 3: The Border Security Force arrested eight suspected Bangladeshis near New Jalpaiguri station today. BSF sources said they had information that some Bangladeshis would arrive at NJP. "We were on alert and found them at ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Over 50 injured in Bengal tremors

Siliguri/Kolkata, May 12 Over 50 people, including at least 20 school children, were injured in northern West Bengal, as tremors were felt in most parts of the state including capital Kolkata on Tuesday, officials said. However, there were no ...
 ProKerala.com2 weeks ago

PM's Dhaka visit to yield road, port connectivity

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Pacts to share power generated in Northeastern States likely India and Bangladesh will sign a series of agreements during Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Dhaka in June, ushering in plans ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Kolkata-Dhaka-Tripura bus to roll out soon

KOLKATA: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, along with his Bangladeshi counterpart, Sheikh Hasina, is likely to flag off the first Kolkata-Dhaka-Agartala bus in Dhaka on June 6, probably in the presence of West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee. ...
 Times of India1 week ago

As PM starts his China trip, Varun Gandhi shares his view foreign policy | Live updates

By Varun Gandhi Over the past year, India's foreign policy has reflected pragmatic realpolitik while maintaining deliberative continuity. Our strategy remains rhetorically threefold: improving India's relationships in South Asia, attracting ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago PM in China: Varun Gandhi writes on foreign policy  Economic Times2 weeks ago

Nepal Earthquake Kills Hundreds, Triggers Avalanches

A powerful earthquake struck Nepal and sent tremors through northern India onSaturday, killing hundreds of people, toppling a 19th-century tower in the capital Kathmandu and triggering avalanches on Mount Everest (killing 8). There were reports of ...
 Businessworld India1 month ago
Financial Express

The Hotel Pipeline

As the economy improves, domestic business, leisure and MICE travel is expected to grow rapidly in India. Many homegrown as well as international hospitality brands have been busy charting their expansion plans to grow their footprint in different ...
 Financial Express1 month ago
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