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State government relief reaches Makra, BJP kept out

The relief provided by the state government has drawn a lot of criticism from other political parties.

In Didi’s Bengal, woman held for protesting Kamduni rape

Soma Mukherjee had led a delegation to Writers Building on June 10, last year, a day after a college girl in Kamduni was found raped and murdered.

Rights body condemns Guv call to beat students who beat teachers

APDR Monday submitted a deputation to West Bengal Human Rights Commission against Governor M K Narayanan’s statement wherein he had advocated beating up students who beat their teachers

Human rights body slams Mamata on political prisoner status

APDR also urged members of the state legislature to raise their voices against “autocratic tendencies” of the Trinamool Congress regime.

APDR moves women’s panel against police

The Association for Protection of Democratic Rights today sent a memorandum to the state women’s commission regarding the police’s alleged failure to register the complaints of two women.

More troop in to show solidarity with JU prof

The criticisms against the Mamata Banerjee-led government over the arrest of Jadavpur University professor in connection with the cartoon row has grown louder and louder with more social organisations voicing their concerns.

Will not shy away from banning outfits if they cross limits,warns CM

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday came down heavily on Magsaysay award winner and noted writer Mahasweta Devi for having dubbed her as “fascist” at a media meet.

Mamata squirms after Mahasweta calls her a fascist

Noted author Mahasweta Devi,who once stood shoulder to shoulder with Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee during Nandigram and Singur movements,on Monday described her as a fascist after the state government denied permission to the Magsaysay award winner and her supporters from holding a rally at Esplanade in support of the demand for withdrawal of security forces from Maoist-hit Junglemahal.

Mamata to announce panel on political prisoners today

According to sources in the state Law department,the 10-member committee will comprise five government officials and five intellectuals from the civil society.