Darjeeling administration seals GJM central office in Singhmari, police say party encroached on govt property
The police on Tuesday sealed the head office of the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha at Singhmari, a stronghold of GJM supremo Bimal Gurung, a senior official said.
With Darjeeling hobbling back to normality, there came disquieting signs of a fresh spell of political uncertainty. The question uppermost in the minds of its residents was "how long will the calm last"
Gorkhaland agitation: Rallies, counter rallies rock Darjeeling hills as CID brings three arrested GJM leaders to Kolkata
Rallies supporting and opposing the indefinite shutdown rocked Darjeeling hills on Saturday while the CID brought three arrested GJM leaders from Haryana to Kolkata
Darjeeling unrest: Bimal Gurung calls Binay Tamang 'traitor of Gorkhaland', removes from post, strike continues in hills
Posters were pasted in front of his house terming him a "traitor of Gorkhaland".
Gorkhaland protests: Driven to despair by indifferent govt, Hill people find solace in famed Darjeeling spirit
It's becoming clear that the central and state governments are treating the demand for Gorkhaland statehood with disdain, and it's ultimately up to the people of this region to display resolve
The Gorkha Janamukti Morcha has given a ten-day deadline to the Centre to intervene in the Gorkhaland statehood stir as the indefinite shutdown in the hills entered its 47th day on Monday.
Gorkhaland unrest: Darjeeling, Kurseong Schools to shift classes to Siliguri to clear syllabus backlog
The GJM-led indefinite shutdown in Darjeeling has taken a toll on students, prompting a prominent boarding school to shift classes 10 and 12 to Siliguri
Gorkhaland protests, Day 31: Uneasy calm settles over Darjeeling as security forces keep tight vigil
Pro-Gorkhaland activists took out rallies in Darjeeling as security forces maintained tight vigil across the hills on Saturday, the 31st day of the indefinite shutdown for a separate state
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Wednesday met Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi in Raj Bhawan and the government appointed C Murugan as the new secretary of Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (GTA)
In a hardening of stand, the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) on Tuesday threatened to launch, after Oct 20, an "intense agitation" that could take the shape of a "revolution" to realise its demand for a separate state of Gorkhaland.
The indefinite bandh in three hill sub-divisions of Darjeeling was lifted for two days beginning today with the Gorkha Joint Action Committee slated to review its future course of action.
A new committee was today formed in Darjeeling which announced a fresh five day agitation programme from August 19 changing the nomenclature of the 'janata curfew' to 'ghar bitrai janta' (people inside homes) on their demand for a separate Gorkhaland.