Friday, April 12, 2024

Topic: Bengal

Into mind of a Bengali caby on Rohingya Muslims, humanity

"Look, I won’t say I do not have anti-Muslim sentiment or I do not want them to go, but it is only about the...

Calcutta HC rules out CBI probe into student leader Anis Khan’s death

The Calcutta High Court on Tuesday said that there was no need to transfer the probe into the death of Muslim student activist Anis Khan to the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI).

Beaten and hunted by colleagues: Ordeal of a Muslim cop in West Bengal

On a very ordinary morning of 6 August last year, a police constable in West Bengal, Suraf Hussain and his family were attacked by his colleagues. Their lives have taken unexpected and unpleasant turns since then.

Bengal: Police mob brutally beat Muslim policeman, Wife suffers miscarriage after physical assault

around 10 am Sub-inspector Somnath Das and four others of the Sonarpur police station were at his door, looking for Hossain Ali. Suraf was surprised that his 85-year-old uncle, who spent his days, staring at nothing, would be wanted by the police. Moreover, Somnath Das, in civil dress and slippers, claiming to carry a warrant, did not present the image of a police officer on duty.

Mamata Banerjee calls Bengal violence claims ‘BJP’s gimmick’

In a fresh attack against the Union Government, the Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee Thursday said there is “no political violence” anywhere in Bengal and that it is all “BJP’s gimmick.”

Tagore’s Bengal would not allow hate politics: CM Mamata Banerjee

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee during a rally ahead of West Bengal Assembly polls 2021, at Bolpur in Birbhum district on Tuesday, asserted that the land of Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore would never allow hate politics to triumph over secularism.