Kamduni Rape

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Kamduni rape case: Trial ends, verdict on January 28

The victim was pulled into a farm by the accused, gangraped and then murdered. Her body was discoverd the next morning.

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.

Rape victim’s family quits protest forum

They said they had been misguided by the Mancha members on the pretext of helping them.

Day after,Kamduni victim’s brother back in hospital

The brother of the Kamduni rape victim was once again admitted to the hospital after the complications he developed post the injuries received during the protest on Tuesday resurfaced last night

Villagers demand death penalty,cops rain lathis

The brother of Kamduni rape and murder victim and several villagers sustained injuries when the police rained lathis on them as they raised slogans outside the Bankshal Court in Kolkata

Victim’s kin won’t attend trial till counsel changed

SC refuses to shift trial to Barasat from Kolkata

In ‘Din bodoler pala’,a screen adaptation of Kamduni rape and murder

The rape and murder of a 20-year-old college girl in Kamduni and the protest thereafter will be the subject for director Partha Sarathi Joardar’s upcoming film

HC moves Kamduni trial out of Barasat

The Calcutta High Court Monday directed to shift the trial in the Kamduni rape and murder case from Barasat Sessions Court to City Sessions Court in Kolkata.

High Court ticks off govt for fixing probe deadline

Kamduni rape-murder: Questions absence of forensic report

‘Forensic report holding up Kamduni chargesheet’

The CID today said it had failed to file a chargesheet in the Kamduni rape-murder case within the deadline promised by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee because the forensic report is still awaited.

Protests mount,CM visits Barasat rape-murder victim’s family

The CM’s delayed visit lasted only minutes even as she faced protests by angry villagers.