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West Bengal: Woman BJP worker brutally beaten up by 'TMC worker', approaches court

Five days after she was attacked, the victim on Monday moved a local court in Barasat to file a complaint. The victim Nilima Dey Sarkar (48) is now been taken to Neel Ratan Sarkar hospital for treatment. 

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Clout on the wane

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'Won't allow attempt to divide Hindus,Muslims'

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Tuesday said her government would not allow any attempt to foment riots in the state and divide Hindus and Muslims

Day after attack on principal,24 SFI activists remanded in judicial custody

Meanwhile,Naskar,who was admitted at Bashirhat sub-division hospital on Saturday,has demanded that he be provided security.

Barasat re-run in Burdwan,youth shot for resisting rape attempt on sisters

The girls were in a room with Ganesh while their parents were in the adjoining room

Youth shot dead for foiling rape bid on sisters

Ganesh Murmu was shot from close range in the wee hours when he tried to stop four youths

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HC seeks status of Kamduni trial

The Calcutta High Court Thursday sought to know the status of the Kamduni rape-murder case

Kamduni plans hunger strike to fast track rape-murder probe

The villagers of Kamduni in Barasat,who have been demanding a CBI probe into the gangrape-murder of a 20-year-old college girl,will go on a hunger strike

Kamduni residents keep off TMC march,Dum Dum women fill gap

The women of Barasat’s Kamduni village registered their resentment against the “ugly side of politics” by refusing to take part in a peace procession organised by the Trinamool Congress today.

Key accused in Barasat rape-murder is TMC strongman

The key accused in the rape and murder case of a college girl at Kamduni village in Barasat — Ansar Ali — has close Trinamool Congress links.

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No one is safe in West Bengal: Rajnath Singh

Barasat (WB) Jan 21 (ANI): Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Thursday addressed a rally at Barasat in West Bengal. Addressing the rally, he said no one is safe in West Bengal. The Malda incident was not a small incident and the Trinamool Congress (TMC) government and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee should consider the matter seriously. They should make it clear that who was responsible for the incident.

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