SAA organises band competition

Statesman News Service KALIMPONG, Sept. 25. — The ex-Sasonians, former students of the St Augustine’s school, have now found a unique way to commemorate their school’s diamond jubilee celebration with the Sasonian Alumni Association (SAA) organising an inter school marching band competition here on 2 October. Ex- Sasonian and one of the organising member, Mr …

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Demand for Jelep-la

http://www.telegraphindia.com Darjeeling, Sept. 23: Reports of the Indian government’s willingness to open more trade routes with China have given a fresh momentum to the demand for resuming trade through the Jelep-pass, one of the oldest trade routes that starts from Kalimpong. While addressing troops at a gathering in the army’s Red Horns divisional headquarters at …

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In service of the poor & deprived

Statesman News Service KALIMPONG, Sept. 21. — The financially deprived 19-year-old Buddha Mukhiya could have hardly imagined moving forward with her life, after she quit school a couple of years back. However, besides studying further she is now pursuing a course of hotel management. The credit though goes to the community college being set-by Cluny …

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IPS officer among 5 killed in Cooch Behar violence

Press Trust of India Siliguri, September 21, 2005 Five persons were killed and 20 personnel injured in a clash between police and demonstrators near Cooch Behar on Tuesday. The dead included three cops. While two persons were killed when police opened fire to stop the activists of Greater Cooch Behar Peoples Association (GCPA), Additional SP …

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