I went through the eight point demands made by Binay Tamang’s GJMM (TMC wing) in detail. More than the demands it smells of something fishy….
Raju Bista, the new torchbearer In a path-breaking and surprising decision, a corporate ex-RSS young man by the name of Raju Kumar Bista has been…
Darjeeling is going to the Loksabha Polls on May 18 2019. The election fever has seriously hit the floors of Darjeeling Hills. All the major…
While the political dram continues in the hills, many people are disillusioned by all the ‘war’ cry from different parties and organisation. Some suggest a…
Some tea–gardens are planning not to vote at all. Every hill vote is important. Do not waste it. Names of favourites unlikely-to-be-voted are also being suggested as candidate. There can be only two parties fighting it out this election–TMC and the GNLF-GJMM original. It is clear what each means for the future. There are no more choices. So use your precious votes judiciously.
We have to make a well thought-out choice and cast our vote for a candidate and through our choices may weigh heavily upon us, we will at least have made one. At the struggle for the soul of our community intensifies, we simply do not have a choice but to make a choice.
Dear Gorkhas ,
Make sure people will know you by your present action and not by your history .
Be the sun that shines everywhere
Be it education, entertainment, sports, or politics
Business or social services
From dash to dash
We have to realize the fact that the long cherished dream to statehood or 6th schedule can only be achieved through a political settlement with the central government. This brings us to the conclusion that it is only the Center that has the power to get this done, and it would be a blunder not to support an alliance that is making an attempt to do just that.
In a massive political shift, the two main hill political parties Gorkha National Liberation Front (GNLF), and the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM) led by Bimal…
Sikkim Democratic Front president and Chief Minister Pawan Kumar Chamling Friday announced the names of 18 SDF candidates for the state Assembly election, dropping nine sitting MLAs including Speaker K N Rai and three ministers.