News of National importance which the people of Durgapur must know
A horrific accident on the wee hours of 6 May 2017, at SAIL’s IISCO Steel Plant in Burnpur kills three contractual workers, while three others with critical burn injuries are admitted at the Mission Hospital in Durgapur.
The tennis team from Durgapur who participated in the inaugural edition of the Bengal Premier Tennis League organized by the BTA, won the title and made the city proud.
After SAIL’s proposal to engage transaction advisor for managing the divestment process of three SAIL units including ASP Durgapur found no takers, there has been a initial sigh of relief among the workers.
Workers at three units of steel major SAIL, including the ASP unit at Durgapur observed a successful day-long strike yesterday protesting central government’s decision to divest these units.
After Bengal state election commission’s list of municipalities where civic poll will be held next month doesn’t finds mention of Durgapur, CPI(M) launched agitation demanding timely election to Durgapur Municipal Corporation.
On a historic day when the official announcement of the formation West Burdwan district was made yesterday, people of Durgapur were utterly engrossed in gloom as in spite of having a better infrastructure, Durgapur couldn’t became the district town of this newly formed 23rd district of Bengal.
For the first time ever Durgapur witnessed armed rally of hundreds of people in which young men and women, mostly from school, took part in a Ram Nabami procession at the Kada Road locality in Durgapur yesterday.
Parent’s continues agitation movement protesting exorbitant fee hike by Durgapur Public School as they for the second time blocked the busy road connecting the Bidhannagar locality with the Durgapur Sub Divisional hospital.
Emami Cement begins production at its Panagarh cement grinding unit near Durgapur, a week ago, giving some sort of relief to the ailing industrial scenario in Bengal.
Thousands of Durgapur workers took part in a sit-in demonstration at the Rani Rasmoni Avenue in Kolkata, adjacent to Esplanade, responding to the call of ‘Save ASP, Save Durgapur’, given by the joint forum of several central trade unions.