K Bhattacharjee

Black Coffee Enthusiast. Post Graduate in Psychology. Bengali.

Read resignation letter by RG Kar Hospital doctors in a mass protest, demand unconditional apology from Mamata Banerjee

80 doctors at the RG Kar Medical College and Hospital in Kolkata have resigned demanding an apology from the Chief Minister for her remarks.

Talks were ongoing for speedy resolution before Mamata Banerjee threatened medical fraternity, decisions for safety of doctors were taken

Mamata Banerjee escalated the ongoing crisis in West Bengal by blaming 'outsiders' and the BJP for the series of protests by medical professionals in the state.

Mamata blames ‘outsiders’, ‘BJP Conspiracy’ for Doctors’ protest; doctors and interns do not wish to work for ‘mad dictator’

The chain of events that have been initiated in West Bengal since Monday night is truly unprecedented in the recent history of the state.

While West Bengal burns, Rahul Kanwal conducts a jolly interview with newly elected Trinamool MP Mimi Chakraborty

Mimi Chakraborty, the newly elected Trinamool MP from the Jadavpur Lok Sabha Constituency, appeared on India Today on Wednesday.

Kolkata: Junior doctors protest against state govt’s apathy after mob attack following Mohd Sayeed’s death in hospital

Medical Colleges from across Kolkata have joined the protests over the mob attack on doctors at the NRS Hospital on Monday night.

The Judiciary and its inconsistencies when it comes to the principles of Freedom of Expression

The Supreme Court's judgments and comments in matters of free speech highlights the urgent necessity for its complete overhaul.

Kolkata: Mob violently attacks doctors at NRS Hospital after Mohammed Sayeed’s death, police mute spectators, allege students

NRS Medical College and Hospital was attacked by a violent mob on Monday night following the death of Mohammed Sayeed.

Beef politics enters Kolkata: Initial event cancelled, another ‘Beef and Pork’ festival slated to occur in September

Only recently, a Kolkata Beef Festival was cancelled by the organizers after they claimed to have receive threats.

While the first ‘witch’ was executed today in 1692, the puritan spirit that drove the Salem Witch Trials executions is well alive and thriving

June the 10th has special significance in this regard as it was on this day all the way back in 1692 that the first victim of the Salem Witch Trials was executed by hanging.

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