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Why Asansol is still on edge: Hindus terrified to return home, Muslims scared to step out

On Friday, with police conducting patrols, no further incidents of violence were reported from Asansol, which has a large Hindi-speaking population of mostly migrants from Bihar and UP who have settled here for generations.

Asansol clashes: police probe involvement of coal mafia

More than 60 people have been arrested and police are going through pictures and videos taken on cellphones by people from both communities to identify miscreants.

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Stone pelting during Ram Navami procession in Asansol stokes fresh tension

Sources said a Ram Navami procession was heading towards GT Road in Asansol when the group was allegedly attacked by unknown miscreants from Jopparpatti area.

Ram Navami tableau in Jodhpur glorifies murder accused Shambhulal Regar

In a poster accompanying the tableau it was written, 'Hindu brothers, wake up, save your sisters and daughters. The country should be free from love jihad.'

In Bengal on Ram Navami, a tale of two idols, two celebrations

Although both Ram and Krishna are worshipped as incarnations of Vishnu, Lord Krishna was/is more popular in Bengal than Lord Rama, courtesy the role played by Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu and his followers since the 16th CE

Armed Ram Navami rallies: Don’t spare anyone, CM Mamata Banerjee tells police

West Bengal BJP president Dilip Ghosh and state Mahila Morcha chief Locket Chatterjee were on Monday booked for allegedly carrying arms during Ram Navami rallies.

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Path to polarisation

Ram Navami rallies in West Bengal point to the misplaced priorities of the Trinamool Congress and the BJP.

Ram Navami clashes in Bengal: Fresh violence reported in Raniganj, Bardhaman

Reacting to violence reported in Ram Navami rallies yesterday, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee directed the director general of police (DGP) to instruct all the superintendents of police (SPs) to take strong action against those who carried arms in the rallies

West Bengal: Five police personnel injured in clashes over Ram Navami rally

State BJP president Dilip Ghosh was seen participating in one such rally with a sword and a mace in Kharagpur of West Midnapore district. Ghosh said it was an age-old Hindu tradition to conduct "astra puja" (worship of weapons) on the day of Ram Navami

Trinamool, BJP battle it out over Ram Navami celebrations in Bengal

While the Trinamool leaders termed their Ram Navami celebrations a symbol of harmony among the people, the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) termed the ruling party's participation as a "victory of the Hindus". 

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