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Say No to Sound and Air Pollution this Diwali – Happy Diwali

7 months ago Himalayan Beacon News Desk 0
Say No to Sound and Air Pollution this Diwali – Happy Diwali – A message by Aakar and The Himalayan Beacon 2JTGnJN692g Share on: WhatsAppHimalayan Beacon News DeskThe Himalayan Beacon News Desk comprises of Correspondents, Reporters, Stringers and Cub reporters spread all across the Eastern Himalayan region. Read More

15.5 per cent bonus declared for 21 non DTA – ITA Tea Gardens

7 months ago Pravin Thami 0
DARJEELING, 17 OCTOBER 2017: 21 Tea Gardens from Darjeeling Hills which are not the member of Darjeeling Tea Association (DTA) or Indian Tea Association (ITA) and hence did not agree to the previously decided bonus for the year 2016-2017 met today at Darjeeling at the office of the Labour Commissioner. 15.5 per cent bonus was declared in the meeting for the said number of Gardens which include Rangli Rangliot... Read More

Situation Normal in Darjeeling Hills – DG Purkayastha

7 months ago Pravin Thami 0
DARJEELING, 16th October 2017: Surajit Kar Purkayastha, IPS, Director General and Inspector General of Police West Bengal took stock of law and order situation in Darjeeling today. Speaking to reporters he said that he was happy that the situation in Darjeeling Hills was normal and that peace had returned. He however, said that he was looking Read More

The area where the purported armed clash took place

7 months ago Pravin Thami 0
DARJEELING: Journalists were given access to the area where the purported armed clash between GJM cadres and Police took place. This was the first time that the media was allowed to venture to the area. The area in question is located in the banks of Little Rangeet below Lapchee Busty near Singla and Barnesbeg Read More

GJM and GRNM joint rally in Kalimpong

11 months ago Himalayan Beacon News Desk 0
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