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Lal Bhatia and his team install sanitary napkin vending machines in schools & colleges of West Bengal

DNA Monday, 9 November 2020
Lal Bhatia has used part of the proceeds from the sale of his book to donate sanitary pad vending machines in various girls' schools and colleges in West Bengal.
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COVID-19 restrictions extended in West Bengal till July 1

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Mukul Roy's BJP honeymoon ends, did Suvendhu Adhikari prompt exit? | Oneindia News [Video]

Mukul Roy's BJP honeymoon ends, did Suvendhu Adhikari prompt exit? | Oneindia News

BJP National Vice President Mukul Roy ditched the BJP to go back to the Trinamool fold, ending weeks of speculation. Roy & his son Subhrangshu Roy met West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee today at TMC bhawan in Kolkata. Why did he quit? #GharWapasi #MukulRoy #SuvendhuAdhikari

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