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Airport floats, Kolkata police fly drone, Neeraj Chopra’s sweet tooth...

In pictures, some events that marked the week that was for Kolkata

By My Kolkata Web Desk | Published 18.09.21, 05:24 PM
1/8 MOTHER'S BLESSINGS: Outside a NEET exam centre in Kolkata on Sunday, September 12. A record 16.14 lakh students registered this year for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for admission into medical colleges across the country

MOTHER'S BLESSINGS: Outside a NEET exam centre in Kolkata on Sunday, September 12. A record 16.14 lakh students registered this year for the National Eligibility cum Entrance Test for admission into medical colleges across the country

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2/8 HELLO BUY BUY: Shoppers busy at a market in Kolkata on Sunday, September 12. As the Durga Puja countdown ticks away, traders and malls in the city are reporting higher sales and footfall

HELLO BUY BUY: Shoppers busy at a market in Kolkata on Sunday, September 12. As the Durga Puja countdown ticks away, traders and malls in the city are reporting higher sales and footfall

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3/8 FLOATING AIRPORT: Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport, waterlogged after rain on Tuesday, September 14. Some airport officials pointed the finger of blame at the ongoing Metro construction work nearby

FLOATING AIRPORT: Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport, waterlogged after rain on Tuesday, September 14. Some airport officials pointed the finger of blame at the ongoing Metro construction work nearby

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4/8 SWEET SPOT: Tokyo Olympics gold-winner Neeraj Chopra's visit to Kolkata included being felicitated by the police on Wednesday, September 15. What really hit the spot for the 23-year-old javelin thrower was the Baked Rosogolla in the shape of a gold medal and the Mishti Doi at Raajkutir

SWEET SPOT: Tokyo Olympics gold-winner Neeraj Chopra's visit to Kolkata included being felicitated by the police on Wednesday, September 15. What really hit the spot for the 23-year-old javelin thrower was the Baked Rosogolla in the shape of a gold medal and the Mishti Doi at Raajkutir

Bibhash Lodh
5/8 CALL OF THE WILD: Visitors at Alipore zoo in Kolkata on Wednesday, September 15, when it reopened after a nearly five-month break prompted by the pandemic

CALL OF THE WILD: Visitors at Alipore zoo in Kolkata on Wednesday, September 15, when it reopened after a nearly five-month break prompted by the pandemic

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6/8 TIME CAPSULE: A kite store in north Kolkata on Thursday, September 16, a day ahead of Vishwakarma Puja when the skies of Kolkata are traditionally dotted with kites

TIME CAPSULE: A kite store in north Kolkata on Thursday, September 16, a day ahead of Vishwakarma Puja when the skies of Kolkata are traditionally dotted with kites

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7/8 EYE IN THE SKY: Police operate a drone with a camera near Maa flyover in Kolkata on Friday, September 17, as part of a drive to avert accidents from kite strings. On September 13, a traffic sergeant was seriously injured when a kite thread cut into his neck on Maa flyover despite him wearing a helmet

EYE IN THE SKY: Police operate a drone with a camera near Maa flyover in Kolkata on Friday, September 17, as part of a drive to avert accidents from kite strings. On September 13, a traffic sergeant was seriously injured when a kite thread cut into his neck on Maa flyover despite him wearing a helmet

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8/8 HELP AT HAND: Twitter user Md Rabiul Islam posted this photograph of a traffic policeman keeping vigil through a downpour, offering some protection from the rain also to two four-legged residents, on Saturday, September 18. The week concluded with wet weather from early Saturday morning in Kolkata, prompting some to bemoan a missed Puja shopping spree and others to dig into khichudi, begun bhaja and omelette

HELP AT HAND: Twitter user Md Rabiul Islam posted this photograph of a traffic policeman keeping vigil through a downpour, offering some protection from the rain also to two four-legged residents, on Saturday, September 18. The week concluded with wet weather from early Saturday morning in Kolkata, prompting some to bemoan a missed Puja shopping spree and others to dig into khichudi, begun bhaja and omelette

From Md Rabiul Islam's Twitter account, @hellorabiu
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