Dilip Ghosh claims BJP not in favour of separate 'Gorkhaland', says party wants permanent political solution in Darjeeling hills
West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh said his party is not in favour of a Gorkhaland state and wants a permanent political solution in Darjeeling hills.
After Centre’s decision to bifurcate J&K, Darjeeling demands same; BJP promised 'permanent political solution', says GJM leader Roshan Giri
After Centre decided to bifurcate Jammu and Kashmir, major hill parties in Darjeeling want it should also be a separate Union territory with a legislature. BJP MP from Darjeeling, Raju Bista, said he was hopeful that the saffron party's promise.
Lok Sabha Election 2019: Mamata Banerjee's divisive politics face acid test in Gorkha-dominated Darjeeling
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee's abrasive form of politics may see her get her comeuppance, when Darjeeling votes in the second phase of the seven-phase parliamentary election on Thursday
Kashmiri teacher Rizwan Pandit's custodial death is neither the first in the Valley, nor a singular event in India
The imagined trauma of a school teacher suffering in a Special Operations Group camp may have stirred civil society once again, yet Rizwan Pandit's is neither the first custodial death in India, nor is it a sudden jolt in a system we believed was very different.
Through much of 2017, the picturesque Darjeeling Hills – once a dreamy tourist gateway – simmered with violence over the revived demand for a separate Gorkhaland state.
Gorkhaland agitation: West Bengal CID arrests GJM Delhi chief for rioting, creating enmity between two groups
West Bengal CID have arrested Gorkha Janamukti Morcha's Delhi unit president Manoj Shankar from the national capital for rioting during Gorkhaland agitation
Darjeeling unrest: GJM will formulate alternative strategies for Gorkhaland demand, says Binay Tamang
Ousted Gorkha Janamukti Morcha (GJM) leader Binay Tamang on Thursday asserted that the fight for Gorkhaland state would continue but appealed for withdrawal.
Police personnel and Gorkhaland activists were injured after clashed broke out between them in the Chowkbazar area in Darjeeling on Friday, the 86th day of the indefinite shutdown
Union Minister SS Ahluwalia pitched for a negotiated settlement involving bi-partite or tri-partite talks to resolve the impasse in Darjeeling
Mamata Banerjee welcomes GJM leader Binay Tamang's decision to suspend indefinite strike in Darjeeling
Mamata Banerjee welcomed GJM leader Binay Tamang's announcement to suspend the indefinite bandh in Darjeeling hills till the next round of talks with the state government
As the indefinite shutdown in Darjeeling hits the two-month mark, cracks have appeared in the united front fighting for a separate state with the parties appearing divided and even clueless on the way forward
Gorkhaland unrest: Demand for separate state escalates as GJM gives 10-day deadline to Centre, issue raised in Rajya Sabha
The Gorkha Janmukti Morcha has given the Centre a 10-day deadline to address the Gorkhaland issue, failing which it threatened to aggravate the protests in Darjeeling
The issue of ongoing unrest in Darjeeling on Monday figured in the Rajya Sabha with a NCP member asking the government to call the agitators for talks to restore normalcy in the picturesque hill station and the affected region.
Gorkhaland agitation: GJM, other parties take out rallies, criticise Centre in Darjeeling on 42nd day
The GJM activists and those of other parties took out processions in its various parts, flaying the Centre for ignoring people's aspirations for a separate state on the 42nd day of indefinite shutdown in the Darjeeling hills.
The ban on internet services in the Darjeeling Hills, facing indefinite shutdown for the last 41 days, was extended on Tuesday till 4 August.
After a pro-Gorkhaland rally on Wednesday, a police vehicle was vandalised and torched in Darjeeling's Judge Bazar area on Wednesday afternoon.
Gorkhaland agitation rages on as bandh enters 34th day; one pro-GJM protester killed in 'police firing'
As the indefinite shutdown called by GJM entered the 34th day on Tuesday, incidents of violence continued to be reported from the Darjeeling hills.
A month after a fresh spurt in violence forced tourists to scurry out of Darjeeling, the West Bengal government on Friday hoped that tourists would by back by the festive season in September.
Terming the ongoing stir in the Darjeeling hills GJM supremo Bimal Gurung vowed to continue with the indefinite shutdown.
The boarding schools of Darjeeling, which were scheduled to reopen on Tuesday, have extended their vacation due to the indefinite shutdown in the Hills.