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2021 West Bengal Assembly Elections

West Bengal: NHRC forms 7-member committee in accordance with Calcutta High Court order to probe post-poll violence

On June 18, Calcutta HC had asked NHRC to form a committee to probe the post-poll violence in West Bengal

The churn in Bengal BJP is normal and on expected lines. Here is why I don’t worry too much about it

Candidates don’t matter so much in Bengal, party affiliations do. The TMC proved this beyond all possible doubt in 2021.

Did a journalist inadvertently end up revealing real reason why Rahul Gandhi ended his West Bengal rallies?

COVID-positive Rahul Gandhi cancelled his public rallies in West Bengal, but did not disclose it while announcing the same. He, instead, claimed it was being done in view of raging pandemic.

60-year-old woman gang-raped in front of her grandson: More horror stories emerge from Bengal as women speak up in SC

Women in West Bengal have moved the Supreme Court narrating the details of the horrifying gang-rapes they were subjected to in the post-poll violence by the members of ruling party.

Mukul Roy quits BJP to return to TMC, Mamata Banerjee warns journalist against asking ‘bitter questions’ during press conference

"Our party had several traitors (referring to Suvendu Adhikari), Mukul Roy wasn't one of them," said Mamata Banerjee.

Post-Poll Bengal: Selective silence, gendered violence and political alienation

The deliberate silence on the part of the intelligentsia on the post-poll violence in West Bengal is deeply agitating and distressing

‘If u want to come back to village, send your wife to me first’: TMC leader Muzaffar Baig accused of threatening BJP worker

Hundreds of BJP workers and supporters, mostly Hindus, have been forced to flee their villages along with families. They have been staying in shelters provided by the Assam government.

Mamata Banerjee to contest by-election from Bhabanipur to retain her post, current MLA Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay resigns

Mamata Banerjee will have to be elected to the assembly within six months to continue holding the office of West Bengal CM

‘If we change our religion, will we live?’ – Tearful WB Governor reveals the ordeal of people during Nandigram visit

"Enough is enough", he said and said that the West Bengal Chief Minister must act and officials with the West Bengal police should be held accountable for dereliction of duty.

Most affected people in Bengal post-poll violence are from Scheduled Caste, says NCSC chief

NCSC chief Vijay Sampla said that the way incidents of violence have happened in West Bengal after May 2 is worrisome

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