violence in West Bengal
Bhatpara violence: Clashes erupt yet again as BJP delegation reach the area after two people died, Police lathicharge locals
The BJP delegation had visited Bhatpara to review the situation and investigate the reports of violence against BJP workers after violent clashes on Thursday claimed the lives of 2 people and injured several.
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 doctors crisis began as a small protest which gradually took a nationwide dimension with doctors from all across the country raising voices of dissent against the WB government.
The gridlock between the agitating doctors in West Bengal and the state authority reaches its sixth day
Mamata Banerjee ‘accepts demands’ but claims ‘outsiders causing the stir’, hits out at media when asked if she will visit NRS Hospital
Mamata Banerjee's appeal to the protesting doctors to end the strike and resume work has been declined by the junior doctors who said that there was no honest effort on the part of the Chief Minister to break the deadlock and that what she said in the press conference was not true.
Kolkata: Father blames Police for newborn’s death for not letting him enter the Hospital amidst Doctors’ Strike
The father said that the junior doctors helped him a lot and were crying. He was told by the Junior Doctors that they called the Health Ministry four times but the calls were not received.
Mass Resignations of doctors in West Bengal, here is the list of institutions where resignations have been submitted so far
The latest to join the league are 37 doctors of the Rampurhat Medical College, Birbhum who submitted their resignations today to support the protests.
Mamata vs Doctors: Mamata Banerjee won’t back down, reiterates that protesting doctors are outsiders
West Bengal has turned into a hornet's nest after doctors from various state-run medical colleges and hospitals resign en masse
The silence from the self-proclaimed crusaders of free speech and justice during West Bengal protests is deafening
In the unprecedented crisis taking place in Bengal, the so-called champions of justice and free speech seem to have chosen to turn a blind eye
Doctors across West Bengal have gone on a strike in protest against the insensitivity shown by the state government towards the attacked doctors of NRS Hospital.