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West Bengal government unveils 'Administrative Calendar'

Kolkata, Jan 2 : The West Bengal government unveiled the 'Administrative Calendar' of all the Departments of the State Government for the year 2014 at state secretariat Nabanna on Thursday.


West Bengal Governor M K Narayanan launched the calender at the state secretariat.

State Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee called the move as a 'historic' one.

"Today is a historic and a red-letter day for our State Government. For the first time, the Hon'ble Governor of West Bengal, respected Shri M. K. Narayanan visited the State Secretariat, 'Nabanna'. Such a visit by the Hon'ble Governor to the State Secretariat is unprecedented," Banerjee said in a Facebook post.



"The Hon'ble Governor released the 'Administrative Calendar' of all the Departments of the State Government for the year 2014 in the premises of 'Nabanna'," she said.

"This initiative of good governance has never happened before in the state and also in the country as a whole. I share this information, as you all will be happy to know it," she said.

--IBNS (Posted on 03-01-2014)

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