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In pics: West Bengal’s new governor, FIFA World Cup ‘phanush’ and more news from Kolkata

A quick look at the week that was for Kolkata

By My Kolkata Web Desk | Published 27.11.22, 09:03 PM
1/9 People fly FIFA World Cup-themed ‘phanush’ with flags of Brazil, Argentina and England at Milk Colony, Kolkata, on November 27, Sunday

People fly FIFA World Cup-themed ‘phanush’ with flags of Brazil, Argentina and England at Milk Colony, Kolkata, on November 27, Sunday

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2/9 (Top) The oath-taking ceremony of West Bengal's new governor, C.V. Ananda Bose at Raj Bhavan, Kolkata, on Wednesday, November 23. He was administered the oath by Calcutta High Court chief justice Prakash Shrivastava. Former West Bengal governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi was also present at the event. (Bottom) C.V. Ananda Bose exchanges greetings with chief minister Mamata Banerjee

(Top) The oath-taking ceremony of West Bengal's new governor, C.V. Ananda Bose at Raj Bhavan, Kolkata, on Wednesday, November 23. He was administered the oath by Calcutta High Court chief justice Prakash Shrivastava. Former West Bengal governor Gopalkrishna Gandhi was also present at the event. (Bottom) C.V. Ananda Bose exchanges greetings with chief minister Mamata Banerjee

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3/9 A man paints street graffiti featuring footballer Cristiano Ronaldo in Kolkata on Monday, November 21. The World Cup fever has spread across the city, and walls have been dedicated to footballers and football teams

A man paints street graffiti featuring footballer Cristiano Ronaldo in Kolkata on Monday, November 21. The World Cup fever has spread across the city, and walls have been dedicated to footballers and football teams

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4/9 Decorations featuring larger-than-life cutouts of footballers and the trophy mark the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2022 in a residential area of north Kolkata on Tuesday, November 22

Decorations featuring larger-than-life cutouts of footballers and the trophy mark the ongoing FIFA World Cup 2022 in a residential area of north Kolkata on Tuesday, November 22

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5/9 A cultural performance in progress during the inauguration of the Ganga Utsav, 2022, in Chandernagore on November 22, Tuesday. The three-day event was held as a model for “River Festivals” with the aim to connect people to the rivers and inculcate their importance. The event brought together celebrities, dignitaries and influencers from different walks of life on one platform, and celebrated rivers by bringing awareness to keep them clean and healthy

A cultural performance in progress during the inauguration of the Ganga Utsav, 2022, in Chandernagore on November 22, Tuesday. The three-day event was held as a model for “River Festivals” with the aim to connect people to the rivers and inculcate their importance. The event brought together celebrities, dignitaries and influencers from different walks of life on one platform, and celebrated rivers by bringing awareness to keep them clean and healthy

Uttam Datta
6/9 Terracotta artefacts on display at Paschimbanga Charukala Utsab 2022-23 at Rabindra Sadan on Tuesday. The seven-day-long event was inaugurated on November 22 and will continue till November 28. Eminent personalities in the field of culture and entertainment were felicitated at the event

Terracotta artefacts on display at Paschimbanga Charukala Utsab 2022-23 at Rabindra Sadan on Tuesday. The seven-day-long event was inaugurated on November 22 and will continue till November 28. Eminent personalities in the field of culture and entertainment were felicitated at the event

Ashim Paul
7/9 Chief minister Mamata Banerjee presents a beneficiary with land ‘patta’ (record of rights). The ‘pattas’ were distributed aminh several marginalised families from various districts of the state at the Netaji Indoor Stadium on Wednesday, November 23

Chief minister Mamata Banerjee presents a beneficiary with land ‘patta’ (record of rights). The ‘pattas’ were distributed aminh several marginalised families from various districts of the state at the Netaji Indoor Stadium on Wednesday, November 23

Ashim Paul
8/9 Administrator general and official trustee of West Bengal, Biplab Roy, and other officials display guns and antique cartridges with other valued articles during a press conference in Kolkata on Friday, November 25

Administrator general and official trustee of West Bengal, Biplab Roy, and other officials display guns and antique cartridges with other valued articles during a press conference in Kolkata on Friday, November 25

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9/9 (FROM TOP) As part of the Constitution Day celebrations at the Legislative Assembly in Kolkata on November 26, Saturday, West Bengal Legislative Assembly Speaker Biman Banerjee and BJP MLAs pay tribute to B.R. Ambedkar, chairperson of the drafting committee of the Constitution; deputy marshall. West Bengal Legislative Assembly, Bholanath Mukherjee, takes a close look at a photolithographic copy of the original Constitution at the event. Constitution Day is celebrated on November 26 to mark the date of adoption of the Indian Constitution in 1949. It came into effect on January 26, 1950

(FROM TOP) As part of the Constitution Day celebrations at the Legislative Assembly in Kolkata on November 26, Saturday, West Bengal Legislative Assembly Speaker Biman Banerjee and BJP MLAs pay tribute to B.R. Ambedkar, chairperson of the drafting committee of the Constitution; deputy marshall. West Bengal Legislative Assembly, Bholanath Mukherjee, takes a close look at a photolithographic copy of the original Constitution at the event. Constitution Day is celebrated on November 26 to mark the date of adoption of the Indian Constitution in 1949. It came into effect on January 26, 1950

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