News of National importance which the people of Durgapur must know
More than ninety percent passenger occupancy on the Delhi-Kolkata-Durgapur-Delhi sector since February 15, has prompted Zoom Air to increase the number of daily flights between Durgapur and Delhi to two.
Matix Fertiliser and Chemical Plant in Panagarh adjacent Durgapur which was started in 2008, will likely to begin commercial production of urea by the end of this month, giving something to cheer for the ailing industrial scenario in Bengal.
Durgapur’s most prominent social welfare organisation Durgapur Adda Young Association, celebrated “International Women’s Day” yesterday by organizing Free Health Checkup Camp for slum dwelling women and felicitating six Durgapur Women for their contribution to Durgapur and its people.
After SAIL issued official tender notification for the engagement of advisers to expedite ‘Strategic Disinvestment’ of three SAIL units in Durgapur, Salem and Bhadravati, workers of Durgapur retorted to massive protest yesterday morning under the united leadership of CITU and INTUC at the ASP factory gate.
In a rather path breaking achievement, CSIR-CMERI in Durgapur have developed the country’s first intelligent and powered wheelchair for the physically challenged
Zoom Air on Sunday flew its inaugural flight from Delhi to the Kazi Nazrul Islam Airport, Durgapur marking the reopening of the airport after a gap of six months.
Six months after Air India stopped its flight operation from Durgapur’s Kazi Nazrul Islam Airport, Delhi-based airline, Zoom Air has announced to operate daily flight from this Friday.
The Asansol Durgapur police has lodged complaint against as many as 2006 CPI(M) men and arrested five on charges of heckling the district magistrate of Burdwan, Dr. Saumitra Mohan during the party’s agitation program on 28 January at Palasdiha Ground.
Durgapur’s City Centre virtually turned into a red citadel as thousands of CPI(M) supporters hit the street at a rally in City Centre, Durgapur, to protest against the anti-people, anti-worker and anti-farmer policies of both Central and State governments.
DYFI at its upcoming Durgapur convention decides to uphold Mahatma Gandhi as the pioneer of ‘communal harmony’ and will observe Mahatma’s 68th death anniversary on January 30, as the day of “biggest attack on communal harmony”.