West Bengal Assembly Elections
West Bengal post poll violence: CBI arrests two in Domjur case, accused of hurling bombs at BJP supporters and outraging modesty of women
Total arrests made by the CBI in West Bengal post-poll violence cases now rises to 8.
CBI files 10 fresh FIRs in West Bengal post-poll violence cases, makes first two arrests in the matter
CBI on Saturday made its first arrest in connection with West Bengal post-poll violence unleashed on BJP supporters by Mamata's goons
CBI registers nine cases related to post-poll violence in West Bengal, in the process of registering more
After the Calcutta High Court transferred the West Bengal post-poll violence cases to CBI, the agency has started probe
After being dropped from Modi’s new cabinet, Babul Supriyo says he is quitting politics: Here is what he said
During the attack on BJP workers in WB, Babul Supriyo was accused of failing to emerge as a true leader and stand by people at the time of crisis
‘Law of Ruler’ not ‘Rule of Law’: NHRC makes damning disclosures on post-poll violence in West Bengal
The NHRC submitted its final report on Bengal post-poll violence to the Calcutta high court on Wednesday.
They tortured me physically, mentally, abused my religion and my God: Read how women in Mamata Banerjee’s West Bengal are being victimised
Ground report by Organiser reveals the horrifying stories of sexual assault on women in the post-poll violence in West Bengal
West Bengal Governor travels across the state and Assam to console those ravaged by post-poll violence
West Bengal Governor visited various villages and met the affected family members who were attacked or killed in the post poll violence
Bengal elections: Long term trends that the results held up and why the outcome is not as bad for the BJP as it seems
The results of just concluded assembly elections in West Bengal have shocked BJP supporters and elated opponents of the party.
Indic Collective writes twice to Supreme Court to list petition on Bengal violence for urgent hearing, court pays no heed
On May 3, the Indic Collective Trust (ICT) had moved the Supreme Court over the post-poll violence that has erupted in West Bengal.
Refugees in their own country: Victims of Bengal post-poll violence narrate their stories from Assam camps
Nandigram MLA and BJP leader Suvendu Adhikari had also asserted that over a lakh people have already fled Bengal since the post-poll violence erupted in West Bengal from May 2, 2021.