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Santipur Club Members Rebuild Home For Daily Labour

Santipur, Nov. 17: Members of a club in Nadia’s Santipur rehabilitated the family of a pandal worker in Haripur area of the town by rebuilding his house that collapsed due to cyclone amphan in May this year. For the last six months Babla Pramanik, 42, was living under a tarpaulin…


Wedlock At Lockdown: Man Brings Bride Home On Motorcycle

Subrata Ghosh of Santipur takes his bride Dipa on the pillion of a motorcycle to return home on Saturday morning during the bi-weekly state-wide lockdown. Earlier on Friday Dipa traveled about 200 km from her home in Kakdwip (South 24 Parganas) with her parents and a handful of relatives to…



Students Make Artificial Nest For Amphan Stricken Birds

Santipur, June 19: A group of students from Santipur has started putting up nests in the trees since a large number of it was damaged due to the Cyclone Amphan that wreaked havoc uprooting many trees across the state on May 20. The students, who formed Prayas, a nature care organization,…


2 Homemakers Tested Covid Positive, Total Positive Case Raised to 16

Krishnanagar, May 18: Two homemaker from Nadia’s Chakdaha and Santipur were tested Covid positive increasing the number of active patient in the district to 16. This excludes the Covid positivbe persons from the district who were infected while staying outside owing to their professional obligations. Both the women were sent…


3 More Tested Covid Positive In Nadia, Total Confirmed Case Raised To 12

Krishnagar, May 13: Nadia recorded three more Covid positive patients on Wednesday taking the total number of confirmed positive patients to 12. The fresh three patients include a nine months old male child from Baro-Kulia village of Bagh-Anchra area of Santipur town, whereas among the two others one is constable…



Covid Panic: Crew Forced To Remain Confined On Board By Villagers

Santipur, April 10: 36 crew of a private vessel management company were denied to land at the Guptipara ghat in Santipur since the local villagers have forced them to remain confined on board on the Hooghly river without food and water for past nine days fearing that they could spread…


Covid 19: Ajoy Dey Appeals Mamata For Weaver Package

Santipur, April 5: Ajoy Dey, Chairman of Manjusha, a unit of West Bengal Handicrafts Development Corporation Limited has urged Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee for granting compensatory financial assistance for the 6.5 lakh weavers in the state who have been struggling for survival due to the ongoing nationwide lockdown announced…