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Puja grant to be used on Covid equipment, public-police bonding: Calcutta HC

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Trinamool Congress MP Nusrat Jahan was seen dancing during Durga Puja celebrations in West Bengal’s New Alipore. Nusrat was spotted in a red & white sari dancing with women. She was also seen playing the traditional drum or Dhak on Durga Ashtami. Jahan & other people were seen wearing masks to contain the spread of Covid-19. Accompanied by her husband, she offered flowers at Suruchi Sangha Pandal. Amid Coivd surge, Durga Puja has been a low-key affair minus the grand festivities. The Calcutta High Court has ruled Durga Puja pandals across West Bengal as ‘no entry zones’ this year.

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Calcutta HC slightly eases order making Durga Puja Pandals as 'no-entry zones'

Hearing the plea to review its earlier order, the court on Wednesday allowed entry of up to 45 people at a time depending on the size of the pandals.
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