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Kumartuli Artisan Ships 10ft Tall Fibreglass Durga Idol To US From Bengal

Jul 26, 2021 PTI

Claymodeller Kaushik Basu claimed that the idol was 10-feet long and made a bit taller than the standard size as requested as overseas idol sales saw a revival this year after lifting of Covid-19 restrictiopns.

EC Orders Removal Of Munger SP, DM Over Violence During Durga Idol Immersion

Oct 29, 2020 PTI

Munger will get a new DM and a Superintendent of Police on Thursday itself, says EC.


A Walk With Ray's Apu On Streets Of Kolkata This Durga Puja

Three puja committees pay tribute to filmmaker Satyajit Ray with a themed celebration

Two Ponds Earmarked For Idol Immersion In Bengal: Pollution Board

Oct 22, 2020 PTI

The WBPCB will also be monitoring the quality of water in the Ganga in three phases


Durga Puja: TMC Upset With High Court Ban On Pandal Entry

Pandemic-fatigued young crowd wanted to have fun, says Mamata aide Firhad Hakim.

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Calcutta HC To Review No-Go Orders For Puja Pandals

Outlook Correspondent

This follows a petition from a forum which has even offered to take the judges on a tour of major puja pandals to review their crowd management plans


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