To help realise the national ambition, election strategist Prashant Kishor has been working with the party on a long-term basis.
There are at least 203 dedicated COVID-19 hospitals in West Bengal - government and private - with 23,947 beds, the official said.
Quite a few of them changed their mobile numbers after the initial dose and could not be traced, the official said.
To not waste his knowledge of medicine, block development officer Dr Arun BIswas goes the extra mile to treat poor patients for free.
In the recent Bengal Assembly elections, the BJP attempted to consolidate Hindu electorates with its Hindutva rhetoric, which proved a futile effort.
Roy was trying to say that he would stop attacking the state leadership for the time being as his criticism led to an embarrassment to the party, the sources said.
Hindu villagers use a vacant plot beside the border road for Kali Puja, but they need to seek permission from BSF every year.
Khurania said that the BSF would continue to function in the 50 km jurisdiction in the same way as it had functioned in the earlier jurisdiction.
BJP's Siliguri MLA Sankar Ghosh moved an adjournment motion over post-poll violence in the state. Another motion was moved over the unemployment situation in the state.
Lashing out at JP Nadda, the West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee termed his statement an attempt to 'defame' the state and said the BJP should look at the situation in states ruled by it.
The TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee was the railway minister in the UPA government which was headed by the Congress.
Mamata Banerjee said school and higher education and tourism departments of her government have secured gold at the Skoch award.
The incident has triggered a political slugfest, with the ruling TMC accusing the BSF of letting loose a reign of terror following the enhancement of its jurisdiction from 15 to 50 km by the Centre.
The state assembly on Friday passed a resolution, carving out Bally Municipality from the Howrah Municipal Corporation area to help people get better civic amenities.
Four persons were killed as CISF opened fire allegedly after coming under attack from locals near a booth in Sitalkuchi during the fourth phase of West Bengal elections on April 10.