The West Bengal government also allowed fairs on open grounds in a very restricted manner with strict adherence to safety norms.
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The rally on January 23 that was scheduled to be held from Red Road to Shyambazar is likely to be cancelled, the R-Day programme could be limited to 30 mins, a source said.
West Bengal minister Aroop Biswas, who was hospitalised after being diagnosed with COVID-19, was discharged on Tuesday morning.
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.
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A similar word of caution was also issued to senior police officers by Additional Director General (Intelligence Branch).
Another highly-placed source, who declined to be named, said that the government would advertise for the appointments for lateral recruitment.
Locals first spotted some workers resuming construction work of a watch tower which was earlier stopped by Balasore administration on September 10.
Due to paucity of time, Justice Yogesh Khanna could not hear the matter at length and listed the ED's petition for hearing on September 24.
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Contending about another member, Sibal had said that Atif Rasheed served as Delhi State Prabhari BJP Minority Morcha and still tweets in support of BJP.
CPM leader Bikash Bhattacharya had said that 'neither the Centre nor the TMC government in the state should seek recognition' for the flyover.
Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for the state government, pointed to the members of the committee that has been formed to investigate the incidents.
The officers have been deployed for north, west and south zones of the state as well as for the Kolkata Police areas, a senior official said.
West Bengal government in its special leave petition alleged that it did not expect fair and just investigation by the central agency which is busy foisting cases against the functionaries of TMC.
Banking hours were revised several times in the wake of rising COVID-19 cases in Bengal during the course of the second wave.
The SC was hearing the petition filed by the accused, Majee, on whether the probe agency can exercise its jurisdiction over railway areas, in the state, without the prior consent of state government.