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Man dies after falling into overflowing drain in Bengal's Jalpaiguri district as incessant rains wreaks havoc
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Man dies after falling into overflowing drain in Bengal's Jalpaiguri district as incessant rains wreaks havoc

A man died in West Bengal's Jalpaiguri district after he fell into an overflowing drain, as incessant rain continued to wreak havoc.

Ten killed, 8.5 lakh affected in Assam floods; heavy monsoon triggers landslides in Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh
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Ten killed, 8.5 lakh affected in Assam floods; heavy monsoon triggers landslides in Mizoram, Arunachal Pradesh

Heavy monsoon showers triggered landslides and house collapse in parts of the North East, claiming at least 10 lives and leaving over 8.5 lakh in Assam.

Alipurduar Lok Sabha Constituency:
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Alipurduar Lok Sabha Constituency:

Alipurduar constituency is a stronghold of the Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP). However, the Trinamool Congress (TMC) won the seat in 2014 Lok Sabha polls.

West Bengal: Alipurduar DM thrashes man in police station for making 'lewd' comments about his wife; asked to go on leave
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West Bengal: Alipurduar DM thrashes man in police station for making 'lewd' comments about his wife; asked to go on leave

An FIR has been lodged against the Alipurduar District Magistrate and his wife at a local police station by the family members of the victim.

Amit Shah eyes 22 seats from West Bengal in 2019, but BJP must consider TMC threat, seek realistic target
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Amit Shah eyes 22 seats from West Bengal in 2019, but BJP must consider TMC threat, seek realistic target

Given that the party had won just two seats in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections and two in the 2016 Legislative Assembly elections, this target hardly appears to be a serious point of departure.

Train services affected in Northeast due to 'rail roko' agitation demanding separate Bodoland
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Train services affected in Northeast due to 'rail roko' agitation demanding separate Bodoland

The ABSU and several other organisations have decided to revive the agitation for a separate Bodoland state starting 10 October.

48 out of 71 long distance train service restored in flood-hit Northeast says Railways
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48 out of 71 long distance train service restored in flood-hit Northeast says Railways

Of the 71 of long distance trains, including those running between northeastern states and rest of India, 48 have so far been restored by the Northeast Frontier Railway

West Bengal floods: Situation improves in six districts; Malda still struggles to stay afloat
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West Bengal floods: Situation improves in six districts; Malda still struggles to stay afloat

The situation in parts of the six flood-hit northern districts of West Bengal has improved as the water was receding though several areas in Malda district remained inundated.

West Bengal floods: People return to their homes as situation improves; train tracks still inundated
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West Bengal floods: People return to their homes as situation improves; train tracks still inundated

People have started returning to their homes in the six water-ravaged districts of north Bengal, as the situation improved in the absence of major rainfall

West Bengal floods: CPM MP asks Narendra Modi for special economic package, more NDRF units in state
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West Bengal floods: CPM MP asks Narendra Modi for special economic package, more NDRF units in state

A CPM MP urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to announce a special economic package for West Bengal where the flood situation was "worsening" everyday.

Thousands affected as floods ravage Bihar, Assam, West Bengal; Army called in to assist with relief ops
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Thousands affected as floods ravage Bihar, Assam, West Bengal; Army called in to assist with relief ops

Floods ravaged Assam, West Bengal, Bihar and North East affected millions as normal life remained affected.

Monsoon alert: Heavy rains likely to lash North Bengal for next 24 hours, says Met department
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Monsoon alert: Heavy rains likely to lash North Bengal for next 24 hours, says Met department

The districts of Gangetic West Bengal are likely to receive moderate thunderstorm till Tuesday, the meteorological department said.

Darjeeling unrest: Fresh violence in the region after police raids GJM chief Bimal Gurung's house
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Darjeeling unrest: Fresh violence in the region after police raids GJM chief Bimal Gurung's house

Violence came back to the northern Bengal hills on Thursday as angry GJM supporters went on a rampage torching public property after a police raid on Bimal Gurung's house

West Bengal tea workers' strike: Trade unions demand minimum wage; protests spread to Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling
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West Bengal tea workers' strike: Trade unions demand minimum wage; protests spread to Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling

The joint forum of trade unions of the tea industry in Bengal began a two-day industrial strike, demanding implementation of minimum wage, among other things

West Bengal train derailment: Two dead, six injured in Tuesday's accident
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West Bengal train derailment: Two dead, six injured in Tuesday's accident

Two persons were killed and six injured when the engine and two coaches of a train derailed in West Bengal on Tuesday night, an official said on Wednesday.

Decoding mandate: Vote share, spread imply BJP is ready to rise in Bengal
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Decoding mandate: Vote share, spread imply BJP is ready to rise in Bengal

BJP arrested a massive erosion in its vote share (in fact, compared to 4% in 2011 Assembly polls it actually registered a 6% rise) and in at least 50 of the 294-seat Assembly it aided the ruling party by cutting into anti-incumbency votes.

MiG-27 crashes in West Bengal, 2 civilians die, pilot ejects safely
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MiG-27 crashes in West Bengal, 2 civilians die, pilot ejects safely

A MiG-27 aircraft of Indian Air Force crashed at Tantipara here tonight killing two civilians on the ground though the pilot ejected safely.

Gogoi upset with West Bengal govt for barring officials to visit camps
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Gogoi upset with West Bengal govt for barring officials to visit camps

Around 2.11 lakh people taking shelter in relief camps in the affected districts of Kokrajhar, Sonitpur, Chirang and Udalguri gradually returning home, the chief minister said.

Bomb squad personnel killed while defusing explosive in West Bengal
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Bomb squad personnel killed while defusing explosive in West Bengal

A police personnel lost his life while defusing a bomb at Alipurduar located in Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal.