GANGTOK: The Sikkim government, led by chief minister Prem Singh Tamang-Golay, has given the green light to the creation of 22,746 posts for regularization across various departments. This decision comes ahead of the upcoming Sikkim assembly and Lok Sabha elections slated for this year. Currently, individuals holding these posts are employed on a consolidated pay  The post Sikkim government approves creation of 22,746 posts for regularisation appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .
Gangtok, 20 February : In a significant move aimed at bolstering the employment landscape, the state cabinet meeting has approved the creation of 22,746 posts. The primary objective behind this The post State Cabinet Meeting Creates Over 22,000 Posts to Regularize Employment Status appeared first on The Voice Of Sikkim .
The state-owned National Buildings Construction Corporation (NBCC) has successfully clinched a contract valued at Rs 560 crore, as informed. The esteemed project involves the construction of the permanent campus for the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Sikkim, situated in Dung Dung Khamdong, Gangtok. NBCC, known for its prowess in project management consultancy (PMC) and real... The post NBCC Secures Rs 560 Crore Contract For NIT Sikkim Permanent Campus Construction appeared first on Northeast Today .
In a regulatory filing, NBCC informed that it has bagged a contract for the construction of the permanent campus of NIT Sikkim at Dung dung Khamdong, Gangtok, Sikkim.
Gangtok, 20 February : Chief Minister, Mr. Prem Singh Tamang, held a meeting with a delegation of temporary laborers and office assistants at the Mintokgang premises on Monday. These individuals The post OFOJ Temporary Employees Of PWD Dept Met CM With Their Grievance appeared first on The Voice Of Sikkim .
GANGTOK: Sikkim chief minister Prem Singh Tamang-Golay has accused former India football captain and politician from the Northeast state of creating an illegal voters list. CM Tamang emphasized that his government played no part in this alleged fabrication, underscoring that only legitimate citizens of Sikkim have the right to vote. The Sikkim chief minister criticized  The post Sikkim CM accuses Bhaichung Bhutia of fabricating illegal voter list appeared first on NORTHEAST NOW .
GANGTOK, Feb 18: Sikkim chief minister Prem Singh Tamang and his cabinet ministers on Sunday participated in the 2 km (fun run) organised by Gangtok Smart City Development Ltd. To West Point Sarthi run was organised to mark the inauguration of the multi-level parking complex in Gangtok this morning. Around 1,800 runners from all over 
Nestled in the lap of the Himalayas, Darjeeling, often referred to as the Queen of the Hills, is a picturesque town in the Indian state of West Bengal. Known for its breathtaking views of snow-capped mountains, lush greenery, and serene tea estates, Darjeeling attracts tourists from around the globe. If you're planning a trip to this enchanting destination, here's how you can reach Darjeeling, explore its top tourist attractions, and get an idea of the travel expenses involved. H2: Modes of Transportation When it comes to reaching Darjeeling, several transportation options are available: H3: By Air The nearest airport to Darjeeling is Bagdogra Airport, located approximately 70 kilometers away. From Bagdogra, you can hire a taxi or take a shared jeep to reach Darjeeling. The journey takes around 3 to 4 hours, offering mesmerizing views along the way. H3: By Train New Jalpaiguri (NJP) Railway Station is the nearest major railhead to Darjeeling, situated around 62 kilometers away. From NJP, you can either hire a taxi or board a toy train, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which takes you on a scenic journey to Darjeeling. However, the toy train journey is slower but provides an unforgettable experience. H3: By Road Darjeeling is well-connected by road to various cities and towns in West Bengal and neighboring states. You can opt for buses, private taxis, or shared jeeps to travel to Darjeeling from nearby locations like Siliguri, Kolkata, or Gangtok. H2: Top Tourist Places in Darjeeling Once you've arrived in Darjeeling, there are several captivating attractions to explore: H3: Tiger Hill Tiger Hill is renowned for offering spectacular sunrise views over the Eastern Himalayas, including the majestic Mount Kanchenjunga. Watching the sunrise from Tiger Hill is an ethereal experience that shouldn't be missed. H3: Darjeeling Himalayan Railway Also known as the Toy Train, the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway is a narrow-gauge railway that winds its way through scenic landscapes, picturesque villages, and verdant tea gardens. A ride on this charming train is a delightful way to soak in the beauty of Darjeeling. H3: Batasia Loop Batasia Loop is a spiral railway loop located on the route of the Darjeeling Himalayan Railway. It offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and is adorned with a beautifully landscaped garden, making it a popular spot for tourists. H3: Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park Home to rare and endangered species like the red panda and snow leopard, Padmaja Naidu Himalayan Zoological Park is a must-visit for wildlife enthusiasts. The park is dedicated to the conservation and breeding of Himalayan fauna. H3: Darjeeling Tea Gardens Darjeeling is famous for its aromatic tea, and a visit to the tea gardens is essential to understand the process of tea cultivation and production. You can take guided tours of tea estates like Happy Valley Tea Estate or Makaibari Tea Estate to learn more about tea processing. H2: Cost of Travel H3: Accommodation The cost of accommodation in Darjeeling varies depending on the type of accommodation you choose. Budget hotels and guesthouses offer rooms at reasonable rates, starting from around 1000 per night. Luxury hotels and resorts provide more upscale amenities and can cost anywhere from 5000 to 15000 per night. H3: Transportation For local transportation within Darjeeling, you can hire taxis or use shared jeeps, which are affordable options for getting around the town and visiting nearby attractions. Expect to pay around 150 to 500 for short journeys within Darjeeling. H3: Food Darjeeling offers a diverse range of dining options, from street food stalls to upscale restaurants. A meal at a local eatery can cost between 200 to 500 per person, while dining at high-end restaurants may cost upwards of 1000 per person. H3: Sightseeing Entrance fees to tourist attractions in Darjeeling are generally modest, ranging from 50 to 200 per person. Some attractions may offer discounts for children or senior citizens. H3: Miscellaneous Expenses Other expenses to consider include shopping for souvenirs, purchasing local handicrafts, and indulging in recreational activities like trekking or mountain biking, which may incur additional costs. Conclusion In conclusion, Darjeeling is a charming hill station that offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, and adventure. By choosing the right mode of transportation, exploring its top tourist spots, and budgeting wisely for accommodation, transportation, food, and sightseeing, you can make the most of your trip to this enchanting destination without breaking the bank. People of this zodiac sign will be successful in the field of education competition today, know your horoscope People of this zodiac sign are going to be entangled in family problems today, know what your horoscope says Today people of this zodiac sign will be free from many problems, know how your horoscope is...
Gangtok, 18 February : Sikkim Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang, during the inauguration of the Multi-Level Car Parking facility at West Point mall and Foot Over Bridge, emphasized the structural The post West Point Can Withstand Upto 7 Richter Earthquake : CM appeared first on The Voice Of Sikkim .
Sikkim CM participates in run organised by Gangtok Smart City Development Ltd Sikkim Chief Minister Prem Singh Tamang and his cabinet ministers on Sunday participated in the 2 km (fun run) organised by Gangtok Smart City Development Ltd. To 'West Point Sarthi' run was organised to mark the inauguration of the multi-level parking complex in Gangtok this morning. Around 1,800 runners from all over the country including model Milind Soman participated in the 10 km run. Speaking at the inauguration of the multi-level parking complex, the CM said ''I am thrilled to take part in the Sikkim Sarathi run hosted in Gangtok today. The impressive turnout of people from various age groups reflects the community's dedication to health and fitness and I extend my congratulations to all participants and winners. Speaking to PTI, Kumar Manish, Vice President, Mesaso Infrastructure Pvt Ltd, said the multi-level parking complex will solve Gangtok's parking problem as it will accommodate 400 vehicles. The project was developed under the PPP model between West Point and Gangtok Smart City Development Ltd.
GANGTOK, Feb 16: Two persons died and four were injured after the car in which they were travelling fell into a gorge in Sikkims Pakyong district, police said on Friday. According to police, the driver made a wrong turn on the highway because of poor visibility and fell into a ravine at Ganek near Zuluk, 
Gangtok, 16 February: The Indian Army inaugurated the Sikkim Rising Star U 17 Sikkim Football Fiesta on 16 February at Palzor Stadium. The event, which will culminate on 27 Feb The post Young Footballers Shine At Rising Star U-17 Football Fiesta appeared first on The Voice Of Sikkim .
Pakyong, 15 February : A press conference was held on Thursday at the SKM Headquarters in Gangtok, Jacob Khaling, Political Secretary to the Chief Minister, accused Komal Chamling of making The post Khaling Responds To Komals Scam Allegation On University Establishment appeared first on The Voice Of Sikkim .
Gangtok, 15 February : During the 10th Assembly, Seventh Session (Part III) of the Sikkim Legislative Assembly on February 12, 2024, the SKM government introduced numerous bills for deliberation. Among The post SKM government is embroiled in a scandal involving dubious private universities in Sikkim : SDF appeared first on The Voice Of Sikkim .
Chandigarh: A shopkeeper in Haryana's Sonipat district became the victim of a violent robbery on Saturday night. Identified as Rajesh, he operates a grocery store in Bahalgarh village. The incident unfolded when three miscreants on bikes approached Rajesh and attempted to snatch cash from his shop. When Rajesh resisted, one of the culprits shot him in the shoulder. Following the attack, the robbers fled the scene with money and a digital video recorder from the shop. In response to the robbery, fellow shopkeepers in the village staged a protest. They closed their shops and blocked roads, demanding swift action from authorities to apprehend the perpetrators. Rajesh was promptly taken to a nearby private hospital on Bahalgarh Road for treatment. Police have launched an investigation into the incident. The exact amount of cash stolen will be determined after recording Rajesh's statement, as he is currently undergoing medical treatment. Meanwhile, in another unfortunate incident, a tragic accident occurred in Sikkim's Gangtok district on Saturday evening. During a Tambola program in Ranipool, a truck lost control and crashed into the event venue. As a result of the collision, three individuals lost their lives, and 20 others sustained injuries. Gangtok District Magistrate Tushar Nikhare confirmed the incident, stating that the injured individuals were receiving medical treatment at Manipal Hospital. Tragic Incident: Man Dies After Consuming Poison Outside SP's Residence in UP Jealousy Leads to Murder: Young Man Killed Over Girlfriend's Photo Found in Friend's Mobile Father, son bitten off young man's private part in land dispute
Three people were killed and 16 others were injured when a speeding milk tanker crashed into a crowd at Ranipool in Gangtok district. The incident occurred during an evening gathering at the mela ground where people were playing tombola. The driver of the tanker has been arrested. Two people were pronounced dead upon arrival at the Central Referral Hospital, and one person later succumbed to their injuries. Five of the injured are in serious condition. Sikkim Chief Minister Prem Sing Tamang expressed deep sorrow and announced a compensation of Rs 5 lakh for the families of the deceased.
GANGTOK, Feb 9: Senior Sikkim Democratic Front (SDF) leader and former state minister Sher Bahadur Subedi died on Friday after a battle with cancer, his family said. He was 66. Subedi is survived by his wife, son and daughter. He was a trusted aide of former chief minister Pawan Kumar Chamling and held transport, forest 
GANGTOK, Feb 5: Prime Minister Narendra Modi and several Union ministers on Monday greeted Sikkim chief minister Prem Singh Tamang on his birthday. Tamang turned 56 on Monday. Birthday greetings to Sikkim CM Shri @PSTamangGolay Ji. May he be blessed with a long life and good health, the prime minister said in a message on 
GANGTOK, Jan 30: A major fire gutted two wooden houses and partially damaged two buildings in Sikkims Gangtok district, an official said on Tuesday. There was however, no report of any casualty in the fire, the official said. The fire broke out at around 9:30 pm on Monday night in a wooden house at Mandi 
GANGTOK, Jan 30: Manita Pradhan, a 38-year-old climber from Sikkim, has conquered Mt Aconcagua, the highest peak in the continent of South America. She reached the top of the 6,962-meter-tall peak in the Andes mountain range in Argentina on Monday, according to a statement issued here. Scaling Mt Aconcagua is part of her quest to 
Bank closed - The month of January is about to end and February is about to come. This time the month of February is 29 days and it is also full of bank holidays. If you have any bank-related work in the month of February, then complete it on time because banks will be operational only for 18 days in the month of February. This month, banks will remain closed for a total of 11 days including festivals, birth anniversaries, and Saturday-Sunday. However, these holidays will be valid in different states. See information related to bank holidays here. Banks will remain closed for so many days in the month of February- Due to 4th February being Sunday, banks will remain closed across the country. After this, the 10th of February is the second Saturday and due to the 11th of February being Sunday, banks across the country will remain closed. There is also the festival of Losar on 10 February, which is celebrated in Gangtok. 14, 15 and 18 February The festival of Basant Panchami will also fall in February, hence there will be a holiday in banks at some places on this day. This year, Basant Panchami is on 14th February, hence there will be a bank holiday in West Bengal, Tripura, and Orissa. Apart from this, banks will remain closed in Manipur on 15th February due to Lui-Ngai-Ni and due to 18th February being Sunday, banks across the country will remain closed. 19, 20 and 24 February Chhatrapati Shivaji Jayanti is on 19th February, Shivaji has special recognition in Maharashtra, hence there will be a holiday in the banks of Maharashtra on this day. There is a bank holiday in Arunachal Pradesh and Mizoram due to 20th February being State Day. Due to 24th February being the fourth Saturday, there will be a holiday in banks. 25 and 26 February Due to the 25th of February being Sunday, banks across the country will remain closed. Due to Nyokum on 26th February, there will be a holiday only for banks of Arunachal Pradesh. Work will continue in banks elsewhere. There will be no problem despite the holidays Let us tell you that according to the Reserve Bank of India (RBI), the list of holidays in all the states is different. A complete list of these holidays is given on the official website of RBI, in which complete details of different festivals and holidays are given according to the states. However, if you use the online service of the bank, you will not face any problems even if the bank is closed. Even on holidays, you can complete all your work with the help of online banking. PC Social media
Pride Hotels Group launched their second property Biznotel by Pride Gangtok in Gangtok recently . Set against the backdrop of the eastern Himalayan range, Biznotel by Pride Gangtok is slated to open its doors in March 2024, offering a unique blend of business and leisure amenities. Talking about this new venture, Atul Upadhyay, Executive Vice... The post Pride Hotels Group launches Biznotel By Pride, Gangtok first appeared on Hospitality Biz India : India hospitality news, hospitality business analysis . The post Pride Hotels Group launches Biznotel By Pride, Gangtok appeared first on Hospitality Biz India : India hospitality news, hospitality business analysis .
Gangtok: Chief Minister PS Tamang has assured a representative body of the Christian community in Sikkim that he would look into the issues being faced by them. Your one vote in 2019 has enabled all the religious communities here to celebrate their religious festivals freely. During the earlier government, only those associated with it used 
Gangtok: Minister of State for External Affairs, Raj Kumar Ranjan Singh, inaugurated Capacity building programme for exporters for enhancing exports, strengthening Farmer Producer Organizations (FPOs) and Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) and Women entrepreneurs of Sikkim, here. He also released ASSOCHAM NABARD Knowledge book Thursday, joined by MLA YT Lepcha BJP. The minister 
Gangtok: The Asian Development World Bank is going to contribute towards Development of Power sector in Sikkim. Accordingly, their team called on the Chief Minister of Sikkim, at Minto Gang to discuss further activities. I have assured full support from the State Government. I am confident that this initiative would bring substantial benefits to the