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Tour packages for carnival

Siliguri, Nov. 26: An association of tour operators will organise three package trips to places in and around Siliguri during the seven-day carnival that starts on December 15. Partha Pratim Guha, the general secretary of the Eastern Himalaya Travel ... Calcutta Telegraph, 4 weeks ago
Siliguri carnival mascot gets a name The Echo Of India, 1 month ago
Carnival leopard gets a name Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago

Media put under further curbs in Nabanna

Statesman News Service Kolkata/Siliguri,5 December: State government has yet again restricted the movement of media persons inside Nabanna. A list of do's and don'ts on movement of media persons was distributed by the Information and ...
 The Statesman3 weeks ago Siliguri gears up for December carnival  The Statesman1 month ago A chance to turn history pages  The Statesman2 months ago

Rhino found dead in Gorumara Park

STATESMAN NEWS SERVICE Siliguri, 12 November Foresters found the carcass of an adult female rhino at Tandu under the jurisdiction of the Gorumara National Park in north Bengal this evening. A senior official said forest guards saw the rhino ...
 The Statesman1 month ago

A start-up that doubles revenue, every year!

Image: Inauguration of Hearing Plus' Ghatkopar branch. Photograph: Kind Courtesy, Hearing plus If you think hearing impairment treatment is too small to be considered an earning opportunity, listen up. One in every 10 people has some hearing problem and nearly half of the sexagenarian population suffers from it. Here’s a venture exploring this fact, doing sound business, growing cent per cent, each year.Hearing Plus, a Kolkata-based start-up, is doubling its revenue annually, competing ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Dreams crash on banks of Balason

Just days after Kailash Satyarthi won the Nobel Peace Prize for his campaigns against child labour, photographs captured children with bare feet clearing waste from the Yamuna. In the fourth of a five-part series, we look at how children working in ...
 Sify2 months ago

Indian football team goes down to Palestine; coach Koevermans resigns

The Indian players with coach Wim Koevermans. Photograph: AIFF Media The Indian football team squandered a first-half lead and eventually went go down to AFC Challenge Cup champions Palestine 2-3 in an International friendly, in Siliguri, on Monday. India led 2-1 at the interval, at the Kanchenjunga Stadium. Down by an eighth minute goal, India displayed character to take the lead by the interval, courtesy goals from captain Sunil Chhetri and Francis Fernandes. But Wridat Ahmed and Khader ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Peshawar Tragedy Muffles Christmas Carols

The Christians around the world are celebrating Christmas in a befitting manner, however festivities in Pakistan are being marked with simplicity as the Army Public School (APS) terror attack victims still dominating the thoughts. The clergy in ... hours ago

Why West Bengal is lagging behind other states

For the Bengal government, there is no alternative to revising user charges and also creating a strong industrial base, rues Ashok Lahiri In March 2014, before the Lok Sabha elections, Professors Maitreesh Ghatak and Sanchari Roy compared the Gujarat economy under Narendra Modi with the 16 best performing Indian states during 1980-2010. The criteria were the level and growth rate of: per capita income; the human development index; inequality; and people below the poverty line. Haryana, ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
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Birding in Arunachal

Author :Jyoti Rane The Mishmi Hills in Arunachal Pradesh is a paradise for the birding enthusiasts Amit Rane Bar-throated siva Amit Rane Streaked spiderhunter Amit Rane Black-throated tit Amit Rane Great barbet Amit Rane ...
 Outlook Traveller3 weeks ago

India tops slavery index with 14.3 million victims

Nearly 14.3 million people, including children, are ‘trapped’ in modern-day slavery in India, which tops a global index of people under bondage across the world with an estimated 35.8 million people enslaved, a new research said on Monday. The Global Slavery Index 2014, published by the Walk Free Foundation in Perth in Australia, said India and Pakistan account for 45 per cent of the global total. The report estimates that over 23.5 million people in Asia are living in modern-day ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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