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Friday, 23 October 2020 | PNS

GM, ECR inspects Patna Junction

General Manager of East Central Railway and North Eastern Railway Lalit Chandra Trivedi, reached Patna Junction today and took stock of cleanliness and sanitization of platforms, circulating area etc. After this, he inspected the safety by inspecting the footplate from Patna to JP Setu and from Pahlaja to Chhapra. At the end of the inspection, the General Manager reached Chhapra Station of North Eastern Railway, where he inspected the crew lobby running room, station premises, platforms, ticket checking offices, coach care centres and coaching maintenance depots etc. It should be noted that Trivedi is currently looking after the additional charge of General Manager of North Eastern Railways. In today's inspection, Divisional Railway Manager Sunil Kumar of Danapur Division, Anil Kumar Gupta, Divisional Railway Manager of Sonpur Division and senior officers of the headquarters and divisions were present.


Jaiswal flays Centre for deducting funds

President, Jharkhand Pradesh Professional Congress Committee, Aditya Vikram Jaiswal, while addressing media persons at the Palamu Congress office, said that the JPCC is committed to raise voice and launch phase wise movement against the partisan attitude with a tribal-dominated and non-BJP-ruled state like Jharkhand in the global epidemic Covid-19. He said that the Central government and Central undertakings owe about Rs 75,000 crore to Jharkhand, but instead of giving this amount, the Central government suddenly in an undemocratic way deducted the State's Rs 1417 crore through RBI. Such a large amount of money could have provided the necessary health equipment, PPE kits and other tests to treat infected patients in the Corona period, provide employment to people, speed up incomplete hanging development projects. But, due to the negative and uncooperative attitude of the Central government, there is a very difficult situation in front of Jharkhand.


Celebrations at SCS at home

The Junior wing of Surendranath Centenary School virtually celebrated Navratri, Durga Puja & Dussehra with a lot of enthusiasm. Children depicted the nine forms of Durga, participated in kalash sthapana, recite mantras & presented the story related to dusshera with their paintings. The blow of conch, dhunucchi dance, melodious songs & colourful dances welcoming Maa Durga added to the spirit of the festival. Children attired in traditional dresses brightened up the festive mood. Principal Samita Sinha appreciated the efforts taken by the students to revive the country's rich culture & heritage through such celebrations. She reminded the children that this festival gives the message of victory of good over evil.


Virtual Durga Puja celebration at SBPS

Sarala Birla Public School Ranchi celebrated Durga puja here on Thursday. With the aim of honing the dancing skills of the students, the school organized a virtual Inter House dance competition on this auspicious occasion. Children highlighted the nine distinct forms of Maa Durga, depicting the concept of Shakti and its manifestations. The attractive costumes, beautiful dance moves and fascinating props enhanced the impact of their performances. The students left everyone spellbound with their scintillating acts. School Head Personnel & Admin Pradip Varma appreciated the performances and showered his blessings and best wishes on the eve of Durga Puja. Principal Paramjit Kaur congratulated the winners and lauded the relentless hard work done by all the participants.


Dhanbad Railway Division gets new DRM

Asish Bansal took over as Divisional Railway Manager ( DRM) of Dhanbad railway division from AK Mishra on Tuesday evening. Talking to media persons on Wednesday the new DRM said , priority would be to provide  more facilities to passengers travelling from the trains from different stations of the division. Maintaining the freight loading first position of the division amidst all railway divisions of the country too would be his one of the priorities. Bansal had joined railways in 1989 and had started his career from Buxar in Bihar that falls under Danapur Division. He also has worked at different divisions and is well known for his work for Metro railways. He also has been trained in Japan for maintaining high speed train tracks. Bansal met all senior officers of the division and discussed different issues related to division.


2 killed in road accident

Two youths died when a JCB machine hit a motorcycle at Chailiatard village on Gomia-Lalpania road under Gomia police station area in the district on Wednesday night, police said on Tuesday. Police sources said that the incident occurred on Wednesday night when a JCB machine hits a motorcycle in the Gomia police station area, killing Veera Lal Hembram and Babu Chand Hansda on the spot.


BBS awareness program organised

An awareness program on behavior-based security for personnel was organized at the Human Resource Development Center of BSL. During the program, General Manager (HRD) Devashree Rani Toppo, General Manager (Structural Shop) JN Hansda and Senior Manager (Security) AS Prasad, personnel of various departments of BSL were present following the social distancing.

State Editions

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