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  • <p>Reportedly, out of the 19 cities, Kolkata topped the list by recording the least number of alleged sexual assault cases and ‘zero’ cases of sexual harassment. As per the NCRB data, Kolkata recorded 14 cases of alleged sexual assault, under Section 376 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC) in 2019, whereas no case of ‘attempt to commit rape’, under Section 376 read with 511 of the IPC was registered.<br />
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    IndiaNov 10, 2020, 1:59 PM IST

    Museums in Kolkata to reopen today

    Museums in Kolkata will open today (November 10) after a seven-month closure due to the COVID pandemic. The museums will reopen in new-normal times and amid strict safety protocols by the Ministry of Culture to check the spread of COVID-19. Following the guidelines issued by the government, the museums will have to comply with four-point protocols after the reopening.

  • <p>Students</p>

    IndiaNov 5, 2020, 3:57 PM IST

    Coronavirus: 262 students, 160 teachers infected with COVID-19 after schools reopen in Andhra Pradesh

    Commissioner of School Education V Chinna Veerabhadrudu said the figure is not alarming when compared to the number of students attending the schools, though every care is being taken to ensure COVID-19 safety protocols are in place in every institution.

  • <p>The barometer is considered among the world's largest and most comprehensive tools to monitor traveller health and safety protocols.</p>

    IndiaOct 31, 2020, 11:56 AM IST

    Delhi airport ranked second safest in the world for COVID-19 protocols

    The barometer is considered among the world's largest and most comprehensive tools to monitor traveller health and safety protocols.
     

  • <p>'দুর্গাপুজো বন্ধ করা ঠিক নয়', আদালতের ভর্ৎসনার পর মুখ খুললেন মুখ্যমন্ত্রী<br />
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    IndiaOct 16, 2020, 11:19 AM IST

    Mamata Banerjee in favour of Durga puja celebration amid COVID-19 pandemic in West Bengal

    West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee expressed her dismay over a petition filed on Wednesday (October 14) by advocate Sabyasachi Chatterjee in the Calcutta High Court to restrict the scale of Durga puja celebrations to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic. The chief minister said cancelling Durga puja celebrations was not an option, and urged people to maintain all Covid-19 safety protocols during the festive days.