The Border Security Force (BSF) was supervising a market during the anti-COVID-19 lockdown in Kolkata on Tuesday. (Images by IBNS)
Amid her face-off with the Centre over implementation of lockdown measures and Covid-19 testing, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was seen supervising some lockdown zones in Kolkata. (Images by IBNS)
KOLKATA, APR 16 (UNI):- People line up in front of a medicine shop during lockdown following Coronavirus in Kolkata on Thursday.
KOLKATA, APR 15 (UNI) Mounted Police patrolling the street near Grand Hotel during lockdown period following Coronavirus in Kolkata today.
KOLKATA, APR 15 (UNI) People maintain Social distancing in a market at Baguihati during lockdown period following Covid19 in Kolkata today.
As the second phase of the nationwide lockdown in India to combat the deadly spread of coronavirus began with PM Modi's address a day ago announcing an extension, IBNS photographers spread out in the eastern city Kolkata on Wednesday to capture the scenes of enforcement on its 22nd day.Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS
KOLKATA, APR 14 (UNI) No mask, no petrol instruction issued in petrol pumps during lockdown period following Covid19 in the city today.
While most of Kolkata wore a deserted look on Monday on the eve of Bengali New Year (Nabobarsho), in some markets there were people buying essential food items like fish, meat and vegetables. IBNS Images.
KOLKATA, APR 8 (UNI):- People bathing in the Ganges during lockdown period to beat the heat in Kolkata on Wednesday.
28 states and eight union territories of India are under lockdown from Mar 24 midnight to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the country. The lockdown will be effective till Apr 14 midnight.
As the entire nation is currently under lockdown to stop the spread of COVID-19, Kolkata streets were also seen deserted on Wednesday. Few people were seen at Sector V which is known for the IT sector. (Images by Avishek Mitra/IBNS)
VARANASI, MAR 24 (UNI) With lockdown in force, sole masked woman offering obeisance to the Ganges in this holy town today