के सभी प्रकाशन Ankita Patil . कोलकाता , भारत


Kolkata: Governor Jagdeep Dhankar while returning to Kolkata after attending the convocation at Vishwa Bharti University in Shantiniketan, given surprise visit to the office of Singur Block Development Officer (BDO).

Governor Jagdeep Dhankar went straight to the chamber of BDO Partha Bandyopadhyay, the officials were shocked to see the Governor, as the BDO and joint BDO as both were on leave.

Governor Jagdeep Dhankar said, "I could have been perhaps a little more informed about Singur. I will have a planned visit next time and try to know more about it".

Senior TMC leader Sovandeb Chattopadhyay Said, It is not becoming of a Governor to make visits to block offices. I think he is having difficulties understanding his roles and duties ".

TMC chief Mamta Banerjee ten years ago had led an agitation against land acquisition at Singur that catapulted her to power in 2011.


Kolkata: In Bankura district, a man was held for stabbing an elderly woman to death and later killing an employee of the forest department for protesting her murder on Monday, police said. The lady and the man were identified as Lichu Roy(64) and Ajit Choudhary (56).

As per the primary investigation, Arup an accused was publicly abusing the lady and Ajit , who was having tea at Mogra More, protested it.

The accused Arup followed Lichu Roy and stabbed her from the back till died. Seeing this, Ajit started chasing the accused and kept screaming. Arup also stabbed Ajit, before the arrival of people to help them. The hospital declared them brought dead, Said, police officer.

Police said , Arup seems to be suffering from some psychological problem, which is being verified.police officer added, the actual reason for death will be clear after the complete investigation.


Kolkata: In the Bankura district of West Bengal, two people died as heavy rain continued to hit the state since Thursday, the official said on Friday.

As per the Metrological department, due to the low-pressure area in South Odisha and West Central Bay of Bengal, there will be more rainfall in the state.

The weatherman said, there will be a downpour at one or two places over districts of Sub-Himalayan West Bengal and in Howrah.

The cities include North 24 Parganas, Murshidabad, Nadia, Birbhum, Hooghly and East Burdwan district of Gangetic West.

The weather men held out a ray of hope for good weather on Kali Puja and Diwali that will be celebrated this weekend. It is forecasted a clear sky from Saturday afternoon.

Ahead of Diwali, normal life is affected in the rainy areas due to incessant downpour forced people to remain indoors, while many schools declared a holiday owing to the weather conditions.