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Army talks on Nepal earthquake experience
The Telegraph

Army talks on Nepal earthquake experience

A 59-member medical team of doctors, specialists and paramedics of the Indian Army's Trishakti Corps based in Sukna today spoke about their experience in Nepal after the earthquakes. The team left for Nepal after tremors had shaken the Himalayan country on ... The Telegraph, 2 weeks ago

A quiz on holidays

It's that time of the year when the temperature across most of India crosses Sourav Ganguly's test batting average. Perfect time for a quiz on holidays and tourist attractions! 1 In which country does the law designate 36 hours of holiday from ...
 Hindu Business Line20 hours ago

Three shot at in Daltonganj

DALTONGANJ: A 28-year-old man on bail was shot dead on Sunday at Hussainabad's Deori Road while he was sitting in a shop, said police. The deceased has been identified as Ninkhu Chowdhury and his body bore seven to eight bullets. DSP Hussainabad, ...
 Times of India5 days 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
Calcutta Telegraph

War of words enthralls crowd

The St Joseph's High School team with the winners trophy at GD Goenka Public School in Siliguri. (Kundan Yolmo) Siliguri, May 15: Students of 13 schools participated in Crossfire, an inter-school debate, organised by The Neotia University in ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

Saif, Nawaz book June date for boxing duel in Darjeeling

KOLKATA: Nawazuddin Siddiqui is busy shooting for 'Bajrangi Bhaijaan' with Salman Khan in Kashmir. In between shooting with Salman, he is also training to be a boxer! No, not because he was inspired by the 12-round marathon welterweight duel between ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago

Day 3 of the Earthquake Rescue & Relief Operations

As per latest reports, 72 deaths have been reported so far in India, - 57 in Bihar (, Sitamari-07-, Motihari-11, Darbhanga-08, Saran-02, Sheohar-03, Madhubani-02, Betiya-01, Araria-06, Katihar-01, Siwan-03, Lakhisarai-03, Saharsa-02, Supaul-02, ...
 Noodls1 month ago

The army isn't what it used to be

the government will file its affidavit in the Supreme Court in a case that has split the army, and which highlights how the defence force has changed over the years—becoming more of a career than a vocation or calling. The origins of the crisis ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Leopard caged at tea garden near Siliguri

An adult female leopard that had created terror among the workers of Mohargaon tea garden under Gulma tea estate near Siliguri in Darjeeling district was found on Saturday night trapped in a cage laid by forest department officials. The leopard ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago
Indian Express

After 14 years, soldier who lost leg in mine blast given battle casualty status

The Armed Forces Tribunal dismissed Army's assertion that the soldier was to blame for entering minefield. (Source: Express Archive) The Armed Forces Tribunal (AFT) has come to the rescue of a soldier who was denied the status of battle casualty by ...
 Indian Express1 month ago
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