Gorkha Jan Mukti Morcha

Binoy to sue Anit if he ‘spread rumours’’

"My family is also happy and there is no fight between me and my wife. Do not spread rumours that I have an affair. If you have any proof, then do come forward with it," he said in the letter.

We the chosen ones: Binoy camp

At the programme today, homage was paid to the Bhanu Bhakta statue at Chowrasta by TMC leaders like Gautam Deb, the chairman of the Board of Administrators at the Siliguri Municipal Corporation, and Bulu Chik Baraik, the Minister of State for Backward Classes Welfare and Tribal Development Department.

Centre has no plans for separate state, says Morcha leader

Even while he said this, Mr Giri added that they took up the issue of a Permanent Political Solution (PPS) with state government ministers, which they meant was either Gorkhaland, UT or 244-A, the Article that allows for creation of an 'autonomous state' within Assam in certain tribal areas.

Four K’pong leaders of Binoy camp quit

Along with Mr Khanal, those who left the party today included central committee leaders Norden Lama and Praveen Rahapal, and Kalimpong district committee office secretary Saran Pradhan.

Tamang camp set for Kolkata talks

Though many are speculating that the Kolkata meeting could be have been called to bring about a truce between the Tamang and Bimal Gurung camps of the Morcha, leaders of the Tamang faction here maintained that it was a meeting to discuss peace in the Hills.