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Mamata Banerjee, after promising monthly stipends for women, faces ‘financial shortage’ in keeping her poll promise

West Bengal government might have to cut down on fund allocation to other Departments to keep Lakshmi Bhandar scheme afloat.

First Bengal violence and then Narada: Second Supreme Court judge from Bengal recuses from hearing the case against Bengal govt

During the hearing, Justice Hemant Gupta informed that Justice Aniruddha Bose has some reservations about the case.

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

Mamata Banerjee wants Nandigram results re-evaluated even after winning state, calls Judge ‘BJP member’ to cast doubts on Judiciary as well: Details

Only recently, Mamata Banerjee had filed a petition in the court demanding that the Nandigram results be re-evaluated.

Mamata Banerjee govt recommends suspension of several accounts from Twitter, YouTube and Facebook, for criticising her: What we know

Sources indicate that Govt of West Bengal recently recommended the suspension of over 200 accounts for criticising Mamata Banerjee

West Bengal: TMC panchayat Pradhan threatens Congress ally ISF workers to join party or face consequences

"Unlike other places, we did not commit atrocities on you here. We are only telling you to come and join us and live in peace," the Panchayat Pradhan can be heard saying in the video

Temple vandalised, journalist attacked: Communal violence grips Tiljala, Kolkata, BJP leaders, Bengal Governor share details

BJP worker, Devdutta Maji, informed that a Shani Kali temple was vandalised by Islamists in broad daylight in Tiljala on Tuesday.

West Bengal: Doctor assaulted after one Sheikh Ismail dies in Pandua, hospital staff on strike in protest

Doctor was brutally thrashed by the family members of one Sheikh Ismail after he died at the Pandua Rural Hospital in West Bengal.

Supreme Court questions West Bengal and Delhi for not providing data on children orphaned since March 2020

Counsel for the Delhi government, Chirag M Shroff, submitted before the Supreme Court that the data could not be uploaded on the NCPCR website owing to problems in 'data collection.'

Not just numbers: In just one month, over two dozen BJP workers have been killed in Bengal. Read about them here

Despite a landslide victory by the ruling TMC, political violence has been unleashed upon the BJP workers and supporters in West Bengal

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