Nabanna(Search results - 19)
India11, Nov 2020, 10:00 AM
Mamata Banerjee virtually inaugurates bus depot in West Bengal’s Rampurhat
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee virtually inaugurated the bus depot of South Bengal State Transport Corporation from Nabanna (State Secretariat) on Tuesday (November 10). From this new depot, government buses will run on 18 routes in different parts of the state.
India6, Nov 2020, 12:19 PM
Local trains in West Bengal to resume from November 11
Local train services in West Bengal will resume from next Wednesday (November 11). After a meeting between railway officials and the state government in Nabanna on Thursday (November 5) to discuss the modalities of service resumption, it was decided that Eastern Railway and South- Eastern Railway will initially operate around 20%-25% of their pre-COVID services.
India5, Nov 2020, 10:47 AM
Railways to resume 230 local trains in West Bengal
The West Bengal government and the Railways met again in Nabanna on Wednesday (November 4) to discuss the resumption of local train services in the state. After the meeting, it was decided that 230 local trains will be in service during office hours (morning and evening) daily. The number of trains will be minimised during the rest of the day. The local trains will not stop at every station. The trains will stop at important and big stations.
India4, Nov 2020, 1:44 PM
Binoy Tamang slams Bimal Gurung after meeting Mamata at Nabanna
Gorkha Janmukti Morcha faction chief Binoy Tamang on Tuesday (November 3) expressed satisfaction over the outcome of his meeting with West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. He confirmed that there was no discussion about Bimal Gurung in the meeting. While emphasizing the need to maintain peace and normalcy in the hills, Tamang said his party will not share any platform with Bimal Gurung.
India3, Nov 2020, 11:01 AM
Bengal government announce major reshuffle in state administration
The West Bengal government issued a press release from Nabanna (State Secretariat) on Monday (November 2). According to the press release, district governors of several districts have been transferred and secretaries of several departments have been reshuffled.
India31, Oct 2020, 3:15 PM
BJP to felicitate workers who were thrashed by Kolkata Police during 'Nabanna Chalo' campaign
Bharatiya Janata Party MP Saumitra Khan announced that the Youth Front will felicitate the BJP workers who were mercilessly beaten by Kolkata Police for joining the BJP’S ‘Nabanna Chalo’ campaign.
India29, Oct 2020, 11:09 AM
Mamata Banerjee to hold review meeting in Nabanna on November 5
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will hold a review meeting on November 5 in Nabanna (state secretariat). Meetings will be held via video conference with district governors and police superintendents of all districts. The Chief Minister will discuss the overall development of the districts at the meeting.
India16, Oct 2020, 3:30 PM
West Bengal: Balwinder Singh’s family to stage a sit-in protest outside Mamata Banerjee’s office
Arrested Sikh man Balwinder Singh’s wife Karamjit Kaur and son Harshveer Singh will stage a sit-in demonstration in front of the state secretariat ‘Nabanna’ on Saturday (October 17) demanding his release. Sikh community in Kolkata came out in support of Balwinder and staged a silent demonstration at Sant Kutiya Gurudwara, Bhawanipur, in protest against the incident.
India11, Oct 2020, 1:11 PM
West Bengal police counter Sikh's claim on turban removal during scuffle
A major row erupted in West Bengal after a video of the police removing the turban of a Sikh man during a Bharatiya Janata Party rally in Howrah on October 8 was widely shared on social media. Issuing a statement, the police claimed that the person was carrying a firearm and that his headgear 'had fallen off automatically in the scuffle that ensued'.
India9, Oct 2020, 3:08 PM
Tejasvi Surya visits police station, seeks complaint against Kolkata cops
BJP youth wing activists led by national president Tejasvi Surya staged a sit-in before the Jorasanko police station in the city on Thursday (October 8) night demanding an FIR to be filed against police for alleged unprovoked attack during a march to the state headquarters Nabanna.
India9, Oct 2020, 3:03 PM
When Kolkata's Howrah Bridge resembled a war zone
Broken spectacles, slippers, stones, burning tyres fallen barricades and injured protesters squatting on the road. The streets of Kolkata, especially the iconic Howrah bridge, resembled a war zone of sorts after BJP cadre clashed with the police.
India8, Oct 2020, 7:20 PM
'Chemical-laden water’ used in cannons by Kolkata Police on party workers, claims BJP
The BJP on Thursday (October 8) slammed the West Bengal government led by Mamata Banerjee for its brutal crackdown on party workers and alleged that the water cannons used by the cops to disperse agitators contained chemicals.
India8, Oct 2020, 7:09 PM
BJP’s 'Nabanna Chalo' March: Firearms recovered from BJP worker in Howrah Maidan
The BJP's Nabanna campaign rally started on Thursday (October 8) afternoon. BJP workers and supporters from different districts started coming to Howrah from Wednesday (October 7) night. Things turned feisty as BJP workers tried to breakdown the barrier put in place by the West Bengal Police. Meanwhile, firearms were reportedly recovered from a BJP worker at Howrah Maidan. Sounds of crude bombs were also heard as supporters clashed with the police. The CRPF’s Rapid Action Force was also present at the spot.
India8, Oct 2020, 5:39 PM
West Bengal: BJP's 'march to Nabanna' turns violent as party workers clash with police in Dankuni Toll Plaza
Violence erupted in Dankuni, Hooghly, over the BJP's youth wing’s protest march. Police stopped BJP workers at Dankuni Toll Plaza when they tried to go to Nabanna (State Secretariat of West Bengal). Protests by BJP workers sparked tension in the area.
India8, Oct 2020, 2:09 PM
Violent clash erupts between West Bengal Police and BJP workers during protest march
Violent clashes broke out between the West Bengal Police and BJP workers on Thursday (October 8) in the state, resulting in the closure of Howrah Bridge and Second Hooghly bridge. Thousands of BJP workers from Kolkata and Howrah began marching towards Nabanna to protest the "worsening" law and order in the state. According to police sources, the BJP workers tried to break through barricades during their march towards state secretariat Nabanna.