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Supply chain disrupted, livelihoods affected, Haldia in West Bengal facing a shortage of medicines: Report

The livelihood of shopkeepers in the micro-spots of West Bengal are threatened due to restrictions in procuring supplies. A report In India Today says that Haldia district has been facing the shortage of medicines.

West Bengal sitting on a time bomb as many believe Mamata Banerjee government is fudging coronavirus positive and death numbers

Doctors in West Bengal allege govt is under-reporting Coronavirus cases and they are not allowed announce new cases without approval

Delayed response, mismanagement: Health experts slam Mamata Banerjee govt over downplaying coronavirus crisis

Recently, Mamata Banerjee had claimed that the centre has sent very few testing kits t Bengal. Her claim was dismissed by Dr Shanta Dutta, director of NICED-ICMR in Kolkata.

West Bengal initially sent 90-100 samples per day, last week they sent only 20 for Coronavirus testing: Director of central lab raises alarm

Refuting claims made by Mamata Banerjee about the shortage of Coronavirus testing kits, NICED Director said that they had 27,000 such kits in stock.

‘Shame to our country’s democratic history’, says WB Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar after he finds the assembly gate for him locked

The differences between the West Bengal CM and the governor Jagdeep Dhankhar have been very public

West Bengal: After by-poll victory, TMC workers capture 4 BJP offices, paint offices green and resort to vandalism

TMC workers also painted party's name on BJP offices and replaced BJP flags with TMC flag

West Bengal CM referred to me as ‘tu cheez badi hai mast mast’, claims WB Governor

From the day Dhankhar has taken up the post of the state's Governor, the duo has been at loggerheads with each other.

Jadavpur Univesity set to lose ‘Institute of Eminence’ tag as Bengal govt refuses to commit the state’s share of funds

The MHRD had written to the governments of West Bengal and Tamil Nadu to commit Rs 2,000 crore and Rs 1,750 crore respectively for JU and Anna University respectively to meet the expansion proposals.

Bengal: Mamata’s government makes pregnant women ‘pose’ before lavish food platter but doesn’t let them eat it

Ironically, the event was being organised on the occasion of Supushti Divas (Nutrition Day) to promote nutritional awareness among expectant mothers.

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