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Unlock 4: Mamata govt allows cinema halls, plays to reopen from Oct 1 in West Bengal

DNA Sunday, 27 September 2020
All jatras, plays, OATs, cinemas and all musical, dance, recital and magic shows would be allowed to function with 50 participants or less from October 1.
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