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After threatening TV anchor, Moon Moon Sen says ‘this much violence happens everywhere’ when asked about poll violence in Bengal
TMC candidate from Asansol, Moon Moon Sen has spent the day planting her foot firmly in her mouth
Heavy violence in Bengal’s Raniganj, post attack on Ram Navami procession, BJP blames ‘minority community’
Clashes have broken out in various parts of the state
Bengali actor spotted at Santragachi during Muslim mob violence, Leftist actor claims he was on way to DYFI conference
Badsha Maitra claimed that while he was indeed clicked at the site of the violent protests, he was not there to protest.
Journalist explains how the Bengali elite justified Muslim mob violence and paved the way for downfall of Bengal
Soumyadipta said that his editor deliberately whitewashed the communal crimes committed by the Muslim community.
West Bengal lawyer who shared his harrowing experience on Muslim mob violence now blames the BJP IT cell for being ‘divisive force’
Bengal lawyer Sankhadeep Shome survived near-death experience on hands of Muslim mob on rampage, blames 'BJP IT cell' for highlighting the same.
Prime Minister Modi in his Rajya Sabha address today slammed the Congress of politicizing the lynching of a man in Jharkhand.
West Bengal violence: 3 BJP workers, including a 14 year old boy shot for chanting Jai Shree Ram, BJP slams Mamata
The political violence in the state of West Bengal continues unchecked as according to BJP, 3 workers have been shot by the police in Panchasayar in Bankura district for chanting Jai Shree Ram.
Bombs were hurled and several bullets were fired in the air during the clash between the two groups near a newly constructed police station, which was scheduled for inauguration on Thursday.
West Bengal Governor calls for all party meet in view of the ongoing post-poll violence in the state
The West Bengal police have also been working hands in gloves with the ruling party to torment the BJP workers in Bengal
BJP demands Mamata Banerjee’s resignation as West Bengal Home Minister in the wake of violence across the state
BJP observed a black day today in West Bengal and a 12-hour long general strike has also been planned.
Mamata Banerjee to skip swearing in ceremony of Modi govt after family members of BJP workers killed in Bengal violence invited
Mamata Banerjee has reversed her decision to attend the oath-taking ceremony of the Modi government after families of BJP workers killed in WB invited for the ceremony
In several incidents of post-poll violence, a BJP worker was reportedly shot at while shops have been set ablaze in Cooch Behar. In Bhatpara too, violent clashes are being reported.
West Bengal marred by violence: BJP leader shot at, office vandalised and cars set ablaze in Bhatpara
West Bengal has been marred by political violence through all phases of the general elections. Incidents of vandalism and political attacks are being reported in the last phase too.
Election Commission cuts short election campaign in West Bengal due to violence, cites threats by TMC leaders
EC says that administration and police in WB are not cooperating with the commission, and TMC leaders are issuing open threats to voters and officials
Reports state that TMC goons had ransacked the house of the BJP leader Tuhin Mondal. They also vandalised Arvind Menon's car.
West Bengal marred with violence in the 6th phase of elections, one BJP, one TMC worker found dead while two other BJP workers shot at
West Bengal elections are often greeted with violent skirmishes and clashes between competing parties
Sadhvi Pragya, Gautam Gambhir, Virat Kohli cast their votes, violence continues in Bengal in the sixth phase of Lok Sabha elections
Fates of several political bigwigs to be decided today in the sixth phase of polling
Editors Guild whose chief hailed Mamata for fighting ‘fire with fire’ condemns violence against journalists in Bengal without naming her
The Editors Guild has today issued a statement condemning the violence unleashed upon journalists in Mamata Banerjee led West Bengal during 2019 Lok Sabha Elections.
Regardless of the results of the elections, the 2019 General Elections is turning out to be a dark phase in the history of Bengal politics.
Chairman of Editors Guild justifies TMC’s violence in West Bengal, showers praise for fighting ‘fire with fire, venom with venom’
Shekhar Gupta has this to say: "Fight fire with fire, venom with venom... Mamata in Bengal shows how offence is the best defence to stop the Modi-Shah cavalry..."
West Bengal: 100% cover by central forces in the 5th phase of polling after rampant violence and rigging in first 4 phases
Election Commission, as a preventive measure, has decided to deploy 100 per cent cover by central forces in all the polling booths in the fifth phase of polls.
Union Minister Babul Supriyo’s car was vandalised by the TMC workers in Asansol yesterday
TMC leader Moon Moon Sen asks journalists to ‘go lick BJP’s a$$’ when asked about poll violence in West Bengal
The arrogance of TMC leaders is not just limited to Moon Moon Sen threatening a journalist
The Print, headed by the chief of Editors Guild, maintains stoic silence as Bengal burns with poll violence
Media outlet run by the Chief of the Editors Guild himself, The Print, hasn't found the time to highlight the matter of the journalists who were attacked yesterday and the violence in West Bengal
TMC unleashes goons in Asansol, West Bengal, TMC candidate unaware of violence because she “got her bed tea late”
When TMC leader and candidate from Asansol, Moon Moon Sen was asked about the poll violence in Asansol, West Bengal, she said she was unaware of the situation because she got her bed tea late.
India Today, Republic TV crew including lady journalists attacked by TMC goons for exposing Bengal violence
The fourth phases of Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal have been mired in controversy as sporadic instances of violence have been reported throughout the state
Poll violence in West Bengal: TMC workers attack BJP workers in Asansol, BJP candidate Babul Supriyo’s car vandalised
In a shocking incident of violence in West Bengal, party workers belonging to Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress (TMC) have reportedly attacked Union Minister Babul Supriyo and damaged his vehicle in Asansol
Violence in West Bengal: While voters boycott polls in Asansol over non-deployment of central forces, crude bombs found elsewhere
The fourth phases of Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal have been mired in controversy as sporadic instances of violence have been reported throughout the state just as the first three phases of elections.
Election violence in West Bengal: EVM smashed in clash, black tape affixed on BJP candidate’s name and symbol on EVM
Darjeeling witnessed several incidences of violence during voting
Voting concluded in second phase of elections, parts of West Bengal and Jammu and Kashmir witness violence on polling day
Voting is underway in the second phase of Lok Sabha elections