21 - 02 - 2019

Somnath Chatterjee Admitted To Hospital Due To Cerebral Attack

Kolkata, June 28,2018: Former Lok Sabha speaker Somnath Chatterjee admitted to Belle Vue hospital due to cerebral attack, his condition remains critical. He has been admitted in the hospital since Monday.

Chatterjee was admitted to Belle Vue hospital on Monday after he suffered a cerebral attack. He had suffered a mild cerebral stroke back in 2014 as well. Chatterjee, who was associated with the Communist Party of India (Marxist), is currently an independent candidate. He served as Speaker of Lok Sabha from 2004 to 2009.

Chatterjee had recently criticised the State Election Commission (SEC) over the panchayat polls. He said that he had not seen such a violent run-up to an election in West Bengal during his long political career. Chatterjee underlined that the state government cannot give directions to the SEC since it is an independent body.

 “The SEC is not being able to take independent decisions. It should discharge its duties without any influence. But today we can see that it has failed to conduct a peaceful election,’’ he had said.


Major IPS Reshuffle In WB Police

Kolkata, June 12,2018:In a major reshuffle in IPS cadre in West Bengal, six officials have been given new posting on Monday.

Sanjay Chander, IPS , ADG & IGP, IB,WB will take over as ADG CIF, WB with additional charge of ADG, Establishment, WB.

Siddh Nath Gupta, IPS, the present ADG CIF, WB with additional charge of ADG, Establishment, WB will take over as ADG & IGP, IB, WB.

Vishal Garg, IPS the present Addl. CP – V, Kolkata in the rank of IGP will take over as IGP, IB, WB.

Kallol Ganai, IPS, presently posted as IGP Murshidabad Range, will take over as IGP, Jalpaiguri Range. He will look after Alipurduar, Jalpaiguri and Coochbehar Districts.

Rajesh Kumar Yadav, IPS, presently posted as DIG, Jalpaiguri Range, will take over as DIG, Cyber Crime, CID, WB.


College Student Stripped Naked In Kolkata

Kolkata, June 03,2018: A student of St Paul’s college at Amherst Street in Kolkata was allegedly stripped naked and tortured by former students. The incident happened on May 17.

The college students recently organised a fund-raising event along with the former students. The ex-students were primarily dealing with the account created for fund-raising.

On May 17, the victim, who is a first year student, enquired about the expenses of the event after which he was allegedly beaten up and stripped naked by the ex-students.

They allegedly recorded the whole incident and spread the video. The victim can be seen crying and trying to hide. Feeling humiliated, the victim also allegedly made a failed attempt to end his life.

Muslim Policeman In Trouble For ‘Beard’ In Bengal

Siliguri, June 03,2018 :The incident has triggered a controversy in the police circles as Md K Anwar, an assistant sub-inspector with a State Armed Police battalion based in Birbhum was forcibly driven out of duty in Siliguri for reporting to duty sporting a beard.

The incident happened on friday in front of the north Bengal branch secretariat Uttarkanya in Siliguri where Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was camping of her Darjeeling district tour.

Anwar was brought to Siliguri with other policemen to perform security duty during the Chief Minister’s visit. Anwar, along with other police personnel, was standing in front of Uttarkanya on Friday afternoon as part of a road security party as the Chief Minister’s convoy was set to leave Uttarkanya for Bagdogra Airport.

On that particular time, Dipankar Goswami, an assistant sub-inspector attached to New Jalpaiguri police station, confronted Anwar and sought to know why he was sporting a beard and came to duty in this condition.

Anwar tried to reason with Goswami that he has been serving the police force with the beard for several years now. But this did not satisfy Goswami and he forced Anwar to leave the place at once. Anwar was made to board an auto rickshaw that was heading towards central Siliguri.

In 2003, the defence ministry notified its policy on hair, beard and wearing turbans. The same policy is in force at present. These regulations replaced earlier versions issued in 1980 and 1999.

The policy reads, Only those Muslim personnel, who had kept beard along with moustache at the time of commissioning /enrolment prior to 01 January 2002, would be allowed to keep beard and moustache.??

Under no circumstances, a Muslim person who had beard at the time of joining service before 1 January 2002 shall be allowed to maintain beard without moustache. Moustache would be a part of the beard,?? it says.

The defence ministry policy further regulates that Muslims who have grown beard after joining service should shave off the beard.??


WB HS (+ 2) Result To Be Announced On June 8

Kolkata, June 01,2018: West Bengal Council Of Higher Secondary Education on Friday stated that Higher Secondary result will be announced on June 8. The result will be out on 10 am on that day.

The authority said it’ll distribute the mark sheet to the schools from 10:30 am. The candidates will get to know result from 11 am in ‘wbchse’ official website.

The appeared candidate of West Bengal Higher Secondary will get marks in percentile for the first time.


WB Madhyamik Result To Be Declared On 6th June

Kolkata May 31,2018: The West Bengal Board of Secondary Education (WBBSE) will declare the results of Madhyamik class 10 examination on June 6. The results will be available on the websites, wbbse.org, wb.allresults.nic.in at 10 am, said the board president Kalyanmoy Ganguly. The students can get their marksheets on the same day from their respective schools, said the board president, adding, the marksheets will be distributed to the school principals from 10 am on the same day.

The candidates can check the results on wbbse.org and wb.allresults.nic.in. Candidates can also check the results on examresults.net The results will also be sent via SMS. Candidates have to type WB<space>10, followed by the roll number and send it to 54242/ 56263/58888.

Approximately 11,02,921 candidates had appeared for the examinations this year, a sharp increase from last year’s 10,71,846. The number of girls who appeared for the exam was higher than the boys. The number of girls appeared was 6,21,266 and the number of boys appeared was 4,81,555. The examination was conducted in 2,819 centres across the state.