Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Topic: Bengali Muslims

“They slaughtered us”: 41 years on, Nellie massacre survivors now say justice is not for them

“Sunen Bhai’o Musalmaan o bosiaya, ki korilam Borbori te asiya, ki korilam Borbori te asiya, Maa harailam, baap haraialm hai re hai, ki korilam...

Two years on, victims of deadly Dhalpur evictions await resettlement, battle harassment

The devastating flood waters of the Brahmaputra have receded at the whole expanse where victims of deadly Dhalpur evictions have been putting up since...

West Bengal polls violence: 15 Muslims among 20 killed on poll day

A significant number of Muslim casualties have been reported in the aftermath of the panchayat polls violence in West Bengal, with at least 42 people losing their lives, 28 of whom were identified as Muslims. Out of these violent killings, 20 occurred on the polling day itself, with 15 of the victims belonging to the Muslim community.

Descendants of Chaulkhuwa Char massacre survivors qualify for NEET

Social media got flooded with congratulatory posts in Assam's Darrang district, particularly in the minority-dominated areas following the announcement of the National Eligibility cum...

Assam: 2,500 Bengali Muslim families go homeless as govt launches demolition drive, two mosques among bulldozed

Authorities in Assam’s Sonitpur district on Tuesday launched a drive to evict over 2,500 families. Most of the persons living in the area are Bengali-speaking Muslims and have been primarily engaged in cultivation.

Assam eviction: 500 families, mostly Bengali speaking Muslims, go homeless

In Assam's Lakhimpur district, the Himanta Biswa Sarma-led government has evicted around 500 families, alleging that they have encroached on forest land. Most of those who were forcibly evicted are Bengali-speaking Muslims who live on the 10,000 acres that are part of the Pabha Reserve Forest.