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Gadkari falls ill at event in Siliguri, taken to Darjeeling MP's home

Union Minister of Road Transport and Highways Nitin Gadkari on Thursday fell ill after attending a programme at Siliguri and was attended by doctors, BJP MLA Neeraj Zimba said. Gadkari later......

Arms being smuggled in to create unrest in north Bengal and divide state: Mamata

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday alleged that arms are being smuggled from Bihar and across international borders to create unrest in north Bengal with an intention to divide......

Five bridge collapses that shocked India

As Gujarat reels from one of the deadliest bridge collapse incidents in India's recent history, claiming at least 134 lives, PTI recalls other such tragic episodes that have shocked the nation in......

Mamata Going Soft On Modi Baffles All

While the Opposition is making a belated effort to form a joint front against the BJP, Mamata's ambiguous stand has created confusion, observes Virendra Kapoor. Illustrations: Uttam......

'Vice Presidential Election Was Not Fair!'

'Parties which supported me were all threatened. This could hardly have been called a fair election.''This is Modi's India.' IMAGE: Margaret Alva -- the Opposition parties' vice presidential......

Tata Motors reveals sub-compact SUV Punch, launch on Oct 20

The Punch's pricing will be revealed only on October 20, the day of its launch. SUVs are what everyone is looking for nowadays... Be it small, medium or large. The extra ground clearance needed for......

Is Darjeeling Tea Losing its Fizz?

Scanty rainfall, last year's lockdown, growing competition from Nepal and the disaster of the 2017 Gorkhaland agitation are steadily weakening exports and sales of Darjeeling tea. IMAGE: A worker......

Homestays come to travellers' aid in Covid times

Intimate getaways offered in the form of homestays by hotels are proving to be the flavour of this extraordinary and difficult time. Not far from cities, they offer a pleasant respite from......

Tea planters' cup of woes is spilling over

The tea industry, hit by rising costs, falling prices and political unrest in the North Bengal plantations, is especially vulnerable to the COVID-19 lockdown. Boutique teas from Darjeeling, the......

Rs 2000 cr of losses brewing for tea cos this year

Rough estimates from plantation companies have pegged production loss in excess of 100 million kg (mkg) across India which is valued at around Rs 2000 crore. Usually, plantation companies in Assam......

Sneaking A Peek at Kareena's Latest Film

Kareena Kapoor Khan is making her OTT debut with Sujoy Ghosh's Netflix film, The Devotion of Suspect X. Co-starring Jaideep Ahlawat and Vijay Varma, the movie is an adaptation of Japanese novelist......

'You need violence and gore to shake things up'

'I always feel that to shake up human beings, you have to go a little extreme.' IMAGE: Anil Kapoor, Mukti Mohan and Director Raj Singh Chaudhary on the sets of Thar. Raj Singh Chaudhary, who......

Ranbir-Alia Wrap Up Brahmastra

Malaika wraps up a trip... Abhay meets Baby Yoda... Prithviraj quotes Will Smith... Please click on the images for a look at the stars.   IMAGE: Ayan Mukerji shoots the last song of......

'We never see the big twists coming'

'There will be other innovations coming, but, at the moment, this combination of the mobile phone and the Internet is such a disruptive way to deliver content.' Rohan Sippy has walked a path quite......

'Huma surprises even herself with what she achieves'

'Huma is one of those actors who makes acting seem effortless.''But that happens because she has put in a certain amount of preparation.''She has a certain confidence that allows her to let go.'......

RIP Subhas Bhowmick: The 'Jose Mourinho' of Kolkata Maidan

IMAGE: India's football legend Subhas Bhowmick was part of the 1970 Asian Games bronze winning team. He was also famous for exploits at the club level for East Bengal primarily and Mohun Bagan.......

Can India win an Olympic Medal in Climbing?

While sport climbing made its debut in the Olympics only this year, it has had a popular home in India for many years now, says Shyam G Menon. IMAGE: Shauna Coxsey of Britain in action during the......
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