Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Raped mother left the child, Super cares at Arambagh S. D Hospital

Dr. Nirmalya Roy examines the new born

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Emergent repair works progress on Mundesari embankment near Harinkhola

With water level decreasing land sliding is common from the river embankments. So is in the case of Mozzarpharpur under Harinkhola –I G.P under Arambagh Block where emergent is repairing is being made at this moment on the embankment of the river Mundeswari. People of that locality would be alert.
Tomorrow at about 11.30 a.m SDM Arindam Niyogi with Superintending Engineer of the Irrigation & Waterways Department will visit the spot. 

Durgapur reduces water release

Today from 06.00 a.m the water release from Durgapur barrage is reduced @ 65423Cusec. There is no harm now at Arambagh

Friday, August 17, 2012

DVC issued Flood Warning !!!!

DVC issued flood warning for below Mathon area. Hence, Arambagh is under such caution.

Durgapur enhances water release

Now down Durgapur release is 85723 cusec. It may increase further.

Mundeswari river crossed primary danger level

Now down Durgapur release reaches at 83350 Cusec which inculdes the combined DVC release of 41000 Cusec.

Maithon and Panchet reserviors are under the controled of DVC while Durgapur is under the control of the West Bengal Govt.

The combine release from both Panchet and Maithon is termed as "combined release" from DVC.
It reaches Durgapur barrage and Durgapur finally releases water to Damodar river. Damodar river is further divided as Mundeswari and Damodar at Burdwan.

As there is huge uncontrolled areas in between Maithon/Panchet and Durgapur, the combined release of DVC may further increase at Durgapur owing to heavy rainfall in that uncontrolled catchement areas.

It is apprehended that down Durgapur release may touch 90,000 cusec soon.

Water level increasing in both Damodar and Mundeswari rivers

Owing to heavy rainfall in the uncontrolled catchment areas the water release from Durgapur dam is 77286 Cusec now. The rate of discharge may increase further. Consequently the water level is increasing in the down Durgapur areas.

However, there is no flood warning so far.

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

Arambagh will soon be a district assures SDM on 66 Independence Day

Amidst usual allure and revere the 66th Independence day of ours is celebrated this morning at Arambagh when the Sub-divisional Magistrate of Arambagh has hoisted the national flag of India in front of his office at 09.05 a.m

The Police salute him and a huge number of spectators start humming “Janaganamana _____”, the national anthem of India.

Later, a well versed cultural programme and an elucidative speech made by Prof. Bijoy Krishna Ghosh, Ex-Principal of Arambagh Netaji Cooege on the history of Indian independence elevate the mood of a dignified audience to a level where from all of them present there take a pledge to do something constructive from today.

Renowned artistes like Dipanjan Chatterjee, Madan Barik, Shanti Nath Saha; poet Sadadhan Barik; educationist Sisir Dolui. Swapan Dey turn the atmosphere in a memorable one.

As part of this celebration an inter - schools Quiz competition was organized by the Information & Cultural Office yesterday where Arambagh High School (H.S) baged the first prize while Sodepur High School (H.S) and Kumursha High School (H.S) had secured the second and third position respectively. The student-competitors are awarded by the SDM on date.

In his speech SDM Sri Niyogi asuures that the administration will continue its receptionist friendly attitude which has been experienced by the commoners during his tenure more expressively for  enjoying social service and accessing public information promptly. He further points out the recent development in this sub-division and hopes that this sub-division will enjoy the status of a new district soon.


In his welcome speech the Sub-divisional Information & Cultural Officer, Bhaskar jyoti Bera mentions the pro active role of the sub-divisional administration for peaceful execution of law during the four cases in less than one month for stopping underage girls’ marriage. 

Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Monday, August 13, 2012

A crusader Arindam gets tireless to stop underage marriage

Last night a marriage ceremony was started at Goswamipara under Goghat police station at about 10.30 p.m when a minor girl was forced to wed someone of Chandrokona  area under Paschim Medinipur district. All of a sudden Deputy Magistrate Santiram Gorai in compliance with the order of the Sub-divisional Magistrate Arindam Niyogi arrived at that place and approached Mr. Tapan Goswami, the ignorant father of that girl to stop such illegal marriage. The parents having been fully convinced had given an undertaking that they would allow their daughter to be educated and self reliant before attaining her marriageable age. A peaceful enforcement of an essential law to eradicate the juvenile marriage had completed by 1.30 a.m this morning.
In less than one month consecutive four successful initiatives have been spreading a message fast to the commoners that administration would no longer sleep to end this social curse like immature marriage.  And it is Mr. Arindam Niyogi who will be remembered in the days to come for blowing the whistle.

Saturday, August 11, 2012

Child marriage lovers stay away from Arambagh

No theory but practice ; not once but contiguously; not as a duty but as a dedication to eradicate a social evil  like child marriage from society Arindam Niyogi, the Sub-divisional Magistrate of Arambagh has been taking one after another exemplary initiative to stop marriage of young girls before attaining their marriageable age, i,e 18 years prior to the time they are not both legally and medically considered to be sound enough to carry on their post wedding responsibilities.

Today with his direction Deputy Magistrate Santiram Gorai and BDO of Arambagh Community Development Block Mrinal Kanti Guin went to Salepur village and prevented Pradip Pandit to give marry to their minor daughter to a primary school teacher of Haripal under Chandannagore Sub-division. Instead of power play, a good counselling makes the parents of that young girl convinced that their daughter needs nourishment and education now. And the sub-divisional administration will happily extend financial assistance to clear her forthcoming Higher Secondary examination.

On the eve of India's 66 Independence Day, it not mere words but a practical execution of law in a humanitarian way  stops a social nuisance which may inspire other to follow this golden path of ensuring women rights in broader sense.