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PM Narendra Modi to visit West Bengal today

PM Narendra Modi to visit West Bengal

PM Narendra Modi to visit West Bengal today

PM Narendra Modi to visit West Bengal today: Prime Minister Narendra Modi, along with his Bangladeshi counterpart Sheikh Hasina, will attend the convocation of Visva Bharati University and inaugurate the Bangladesh Bhavan within the campus in West Bengal today. The Bangladesh Bhavan is a symbol of the cultural ties between India and Bangladesh.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is also expecting to join the leaders at the event. The convocation function is expecting to begin around at 10.30 am and would continue till 12 noon. After a break of about 15 minutes, the dignitaries would move to another venue for the inauguration of Bangladesh Bhavan at Viswa Bharat.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi to visit West Bengal to Inaugurate Bangladesh Bhavan

Bangladeshi Prime Minister Hasina will arrive in India today to embark on her two-day visit to West Bengal on the invitation of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Around 150 invitees are likely to attend the event along with Hasina including Bangladesh foreign.

He is also expecting to interact with the district collectors of ‘aspirational’ districts of Jharkhand in the state capital, Ranchi.

The’transformation of aspirational districts’ programme was launched by Modi in January. And it aims to quickly and effectively transform these districts to raise the living standards of their people.

Source – The Economic Times

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Bengali TV Actress, 23, Found Hanging In Her Kolkata Flat

Bengali TV Actress, 23, Found Hanging In Her Kolkata Flat

Bengali TV Actress, 23, Found Hanging In Her Kolkata Flat

Bengali TV Actress: A suicide note was recouped from the level where the performing artist was remaining alone.

Bengali TV Actress, 23, Found Hanging In Her Kolkata Flat

KOLKATA: The assortment of one youthful TV performing artist was today discovered swinging from the roof of her room in her level in southern piece of the city’s Regent Park territory, police said.

Following up on a call from neighbors, police tore open the entryway of the level of Moumita Saha, 23, and discovered her dangling from the roof of a room of the level, which she had leased for the most recent few months, they said.

A suicide note was recuperated from the level where the on-screen character was remaining alone.

“The house proprietor educated us today after the entryway of the level was not opened since last evening,” they said.

A test has been started into the demise of the on-screen character, who police said could be under “extreme sorrow”.

“We have experienced her long range interpersonal communication site where her last post had all the earmarks of being composed out of sorrow. We are experiencing her versatile call list,” they said.

(This Story Originating From NDTV)

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Monster Replica Of Moon Unveiled At Kolkata’s Victoria Memorial

Monster Replica Of Moon Unveiled At Kolkata's Victoria Memorial

Monster Replica Of Moon Unveiled At Kolkata’s Victoria Memorial

Monster Replica Of Moon Unveiled At Kolkata’s Victoria Memorial. The ‘Historical center of the Moon’ is a venture of the British Council, bolstered by the Ministry of Culture. It has been put in plain view at the Victoria Memorial Hall in the city for the end of the week guests. The 23 extensive copy of the moon is a large portion of a million times littler than the genuine moon.

KOLKATA: The moon has plunged on the yards of Victoria Memorial, much to the enjoyment of the city individuals who were seen thronging the northern door of the notorious structure to see the scene.

A visiting craftsmanship, the 3-D establishment of the moon has been made utilizing symbolism from NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera, one of the presentation coordinators said.

The ‘Historical center of the Moon’ is a task of the British Council, upheld by the Ministry of Culture. It has been put in plain view at the Victoria Memorial Hall in the city for the end of the week guests, Debanjan Chakrabarti, the executive of British Council East, told news organization PTI.

The fine art, made in association with the UK Space Agency, was revealed yesterday within the sight of the executive of British Council, India, Alan Gemmell, the secretary and guardian of Victoria Memorial, Jayanta Sengupta, and the chief of MP Birla Planetarium, Debiprasad Duari.

The 23 far reaching imitation of the moon is a large portion of a million times littler than the genuine moon. It has been assembled by British craftsman Luke Jerram, Mr Chakraborty said.

“This is an imperative venture for British Council, it consolidates science with craftsmanship,” he said.

The work of art will cultivate enthusiasm about cosmology among the youths, the chief of MP Birla Planetarium said.

“It is likewise intriguing that the ‘Gallery of the Moon’ venture came to Kolkata 17 days after the aggregate lunar obscuration,” Mr Duari included.

Avantika Shah, a Class 10 understudy in a city school, was among the hundreds who assembled at Victoria Memorial gardens yesterday to watch the mammoth establishment.

“The surface pictures of the moon look so similar. I will choose space inquire about in future,” she said.

The ‘Exhibition hall of the Moon’ venture has prior visited Bengaluru, Mumbai and Udaipur.

(This Story originating from NDTV)

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