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Sikkim Witnesses 124 Per Cent Rise In Covid Cases

Jan 12, 2022 Outlook Web Desk

The number of active cases in the Himalayan state, jumped to 796 on Wednesday from 494 on Tuesday.

2 SDF MLAs Join Ruling SKM In Sikkim A Day After 10 From Party Joined BJP

Aug 14, 2019 PTI

The Sikkim Democratic Front, which ruled Sikkim for nearly 25 years, is now left with just one MLA- Pawan Kumar Chamling- who has also been the party supremo since its formation 26 years ago.


427 Tourists, Who Were Stranded In North Sikkim After Cloudburst, Evacuated

The district administration arranged vehicles for all the 427 tourists to reach the state capital Gangtok, North Sikkim Collector Raj Yadav said.

'Son Of The Soil' Baichung Bhutia Gets 70 Votes In Gangtok, Loses Both Seats In Sikkim

May 24, 2019 Outlook Web Bureau

In April 2018, Baichung Bhutia had announced that he was forming his own party, Humro Sikkim Party (HSP).


We Will Win 2019 Assembly Elections To Protect Sikkim: CM Chamling

Pawan Chamling, a five-term Chief Minister, said everyone needed to stay alert and be aware of "such negative forces".

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