News of National importance which the people of Durgapur must know
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.
DIG Bengal, Mr. Surajit Kar Purakayastha held a high level meeting with senior police and administrative officials of several South Bengal districts at Durgapur to review incidents of crime and recent rise in road accidents.
On last Friday, parents of Durgapur Public School, in Bidhannagar area blocked road and continued agitation in front of the school gate protesting fee hike by the school for the new academic year.
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.