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Rights body to Anna: Check facts on state, Mamata

In a five-page letter, undersigned by Ranjit Sur, secretary , APDR, appointment of Lokayukta amongst other issues has been raised.

MHA readies Cabinet note to remove Ganguly from WBHRC

Vahanvati had favoured action against Ganguly.

Ganguly took private case,NGO paid for Pakistan trip: Mamata to Pranab

Letter also mentioned Ganguly’s visit to Pakistan in June was sponsored by a Delhi-based NGO.

High Court lawyers march in Justice Ganguly’s support

Lawyers associated with several political parties — but the TMC — took part in the rally.

Justice Ganguly gets ‘threat letter’ from law clerk

The letter reportedly also termed Justice Ganguly as a “CPM agent”.

TMC members seek resignation of Justice Ganguly as WBHRC Chief

The case involves high-profile people and Ganguly holds a high position as Chairman of WBNHRC.

Ganguly down,Mamata weighs options

Govt might write to the President to remove Ganguly as chairperson of West Bengal Human Rights Commission.

Mamata cartoon: HC seeks professor’s view on PIL

The rights panel had recommended that the state pay Mahapatra a compensation amount of Rs 50,000,which the state refused.

Assault on girl: Rights panel seeks report from police

The West Bengal Human Rights Commission (WBHRC) has sought report from Kolkata Police Commissioner Surajit Kar Purkayastha after looking into the complaint of an MA student of Rabindra Bharati University

Bus driver had no license: WBHRC

The West Bengal Human Rights Commission (WBHRC) on Monday concluded that the driver who was driving the bus carrying the SFI protesters to Presidency Jail on April 2 had done so without a driving license.

WBHRC asks for report on student’s death

‘We have taken suo motu cognisance of the student’s death and asked for a report from the Commissioner’

WBHRC to probe Shiladitya case

The West Bengal Human Rights Commission today initiated an inquiry into the arrest of Shiladitya Choudhury,a farmer of Belpahari after he posed a question to Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee at a meeting.

22 rights blows for Mamata govt this year

Members say CM’s remarks ‘annoying’,chairman Ganguly did not comment.

Mamata cartoon row: Rights panel summons police commissioner

The West Bengal Human Rights Commission today summoned city police commissioner Ranjit Kumar Pachnanda in connection with the arrest of Jadavpur University professor Ambaresh Mahapatra for online circulation of graphics of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and Union Railway Minister Mukul Roy.

Cops asked to explain why rights body plea for rally was ignored

The West Bengal Human Rights Commission has asked the commissioner of Kolkata Police to submit a report explaining why his force refused to accept a letter from the Association for Protection of Democratic Rights seeking permission to hold a rally.