Calcutta HC partially eases 'no-entry' order on Durga puja pandals, to allow 60 organisers at a time
Maintaining that no visitors will not be allowed inside pandals, the court also said that dhakis (traditional drummers) will be allowed in a 'limited number', just outside the no-entry zone
The pandals have also been told to set up barricades outside the pandals. For small pandals, the distance between its entry and the barricade has to be five metres, while for big pandals it has to be 10 metres
Kerala says low COVID-19 mortality is 'silver lining' as daily cases cross 10k; India's tally nears 70 lakh
Doctors in West Bengl say people's "careless attitude" in wearing masks and following health safety norms in public places is leading to the recent surge in COVID-19 cases in West Bengal
BJP leader who threatened to hug Mamata Banerjee if he contracted COVID-19 tests positive for infection
Anupam Hazra, who was recently appointed as a national secretary of the BJP, was admitted to a private hospital in Kolkata on Friday
BJP leader Bhupender Yadav accuses Mamata Banerjee of 'depriving' people of Centre's COVID-19 relief schemes
Claiming that the Mamata Banerjee-led state is lagging behind in healthcare, education and culture, in which it once used to be a leader in the country, Yadav said that soon the BJP will get a chance to change the situation for the better.
West Bengal cooperating with central teams on COVID-19, but can't roam around with them, says chief secretary Rajiva Sinha
The West Bengal government is cooperating with the inter-ministerial central teams visiting the state to assess COVID-19 situation, Chief Secretary Rajiva Sinha said on Tuesday, but made it clear they cannot roam around with them leaving all work to fight the pandemic.