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KMC on duty, a campaign for acid attack survivors and more news from Kolkata

A quick look at the day that was for Kolkata

By My Kolkata Web Desk | Published 29.05.24, 08:03 PM
1/5 A Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) compactor was seen at Maidan on Wednesday removing trees uprooted by the Remal Cyclone

A Kolkata Municipal Corporation (KMC) compactor was seen at Maidan on Wednesday removing trees uprooted by the Remal Cyclone

Suvendu Das
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2/5 Water tanks and makeshift toilets have been installed on Maidan opposite Cricket Association of Bengal’s club house for the benefit of bus drivers, helpers on poll duty

Water tanks and makeshift toilets have been installed on Maidan opposite Cricket Association of Bengal’s club house for the benefit of bus drivers, helpers on poll duty

Suvendu Das
3/5 Acid Survivors & Women Welfare Foundation (ASWWF), in collaboration with the West Bengal Federation of United Nations Associations (WEBFUNA), announced the launch of their campaign "Silence Will Not Protect Women" at the ICCR on Wednesday. As the title indicates, this is an initiative dedicated to creating awareness and combating the heinous violence of acid attacks, with a strong focus on prevention, rehabilitation and advocacy for survivors

Acid Survivors & Women Welfare Foundation (ASWWF), in collaboration with the West Bengal Federation of United Nations Associations (WEBFUNA), announced the launch of their campaign "Silence Will Not Protect Women" at the ICCR on Wednesday. As the title indicates, this is an initiative dedicated to creating awareness and combating the heinous violence of acid attacks, with a strong focus on prevention, rehabilitation and advocacy for survivors

Arnab Dutta
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4/5 Chopping and clearing of the fallen peepal tree continued on Wednesday. The tree face the wrath of the cyclonic storm on Monday near Patha Bhavan School which led to traffic disruption

Chopping and clearing of the fallen peepal tree continued on Wednesday. The tree face the wrath of the cyclonic storm on Monday near Patha Bhavan School which led to traffic disruption

Soumyajt Dey
5/5 Kolkata Police with Central Force conducted a Naka checking at Dharmatala ahead of the 7th and final phase of Lok Sabha election which is scheduled on June 1

Kolkata Police with Central Force conducted a Naka checking at Dharmatala ahead of the 7th and final phase of Lok Sabha election which is scheduled on June 1

Ashim Paul
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