Deep chill brings delight in Bengal Tea belt.
Planters in Bengal tea belt are expecting bright post winter high value first flush output for the consecutive second year due to prevailing favorable weather conditions.&nbs
NEW YORK: If you are a tea lover then there is good news for you as a team of researchers have found that oolong tea extracts can have many health benefits like preventing breast cancer.
Oolong tea is a type of Chinese tea which ha
St Peters Church
Fr Denis Truyen, S.J, an energetic and farsighted missionary, used to visit the Terai from 1921-31, travelling down from St Mary’s College, Kurseong, where he taught theology. Father was tran
Tea bonus to bring life to rural festive markets in Bengal tea belt
SILIGURI: Giving respite to the rural traders in northern Bengal foothills region, trade unions and tea planters finally concluded festive bonus n
Closed hydropower plant of NHPC in Darjeeling is back to life
SILIGURI: After remaining silent for around two months, mainly due to ongoing political unrest, national hydropower giant NHPC’s 160MW TLDP stage
Tea in its modern avatar has gone beyond orthodox accompaniments and stodgy old methods
In a café in Hyderabad, if you hear someone saying, ‘chai latte’, it doesn’t necessarily mean they are orde
West Bengal tea industry demands insurance cover against drought
SILIGURI: Pushed to the brink due to unprecedented low rainfall, Tea Industry in northern West Bengal tea belt is demanding immediate introduction of insur
Saturday Essay, Evening Standard, 12 January 1946
If you look up 'tea' in the first cookery book that comes to hand you will probably find that it is unmentioned; or at most you will find a few lines of sketchy i
Swechha Society conducts free health check-up camp at Gaya Ganga Tea Estate Hospital near Siliguri
SILIGURI: Kolkata – based non-governmental organisation (NGO) Swechha Society conducted a free health check up
India's tea output up 3%, exports rise by 9% in September
India's tea output rose mainly on account of increased production in Assam, which accounts for more than 50 per cent of the country's total output.Read More
The Tea Board is now focusing on extending its activities to remote parts of the Nilgiris, which have hitherto not benefited from its schemes, said the Executive Director, Tea Board R. Ambalavanan while speaking to The Hindu here on Sunday.