Today is going to be a very special day for West Bengal. Here Mamta Banerjee government will present the budget in the house today. At the same time, CBSE examinations are also starting today. The 10th exam will continue till 21 March and the 12th exam will continue till 5 April.

In this, more than 35 lakh children have registered. Students have to report at the exam centers well before time. Let us know what is special today…

Today Breaking News

The budget will be presented in the West Bengal Assembly on February 15. Finance Minister Chandrima Bhattacharya will present the budget under the leadership of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee from 2 pm. During this, BJP is preparing to protest.

Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE Class 10, 12 Board Exam 2023 will start today 15 February 2023. The question papers for Class 10 Painting and Class 12 Entrepreneurship Theory will be conducted at the designated exam centers.

Foreign Secretary Vinay Kwatra is going on a two-day visit to Bangladesh from 15 February. There they will review various aspects of bilateral cooperation including defense, trade, connectivity, and energy.

A cabinet meeting will be held in Uttarakhand under the chairmanship of CM Pushkar Singh Dhami. In this, the proposal of compensation standard for the Joshimath landslide affected can be approved.

Motorola has recently launched its new entry-level smartphone Moto e13 under the E-series in the Indian market. Earlier, the company had introduced the phone in the global market. Now Moto E13 can be bought in India as well. Its sale has started from today.

Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will lay the foundation stone of Rewa Airport on 15 February. The start of air service in Vindhya will accelerate the development of tourism and industries.

History of 15 February

On February 15, 1903, Morris Michtom of America launched two bear-shaped toys in the market. He named this toy ‘Teddy’. This was the first time the world met the teddy bear.

Why was it named Teddy? Its story is also interesting. Actually, people used to fondly call the then President Theodore Roosevelt Teddy. By sending an application, Mikhtom had obtained the President’s permission to use this name.

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