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Outfit seeks ban on Bangladeshi book on 1971 war

All India Legal Aid Forum on Monday demanded ban on the book ‘Bangladesher Yudhe RAW and CIA,in India.

Written by Express News Service | Published: April 17, 2012 5:45:38 am

Kolkata:All India Legal Aid Forum on Monday demanded ban on the book ‘Bangladesher Yudhe RAW and CIA,( RAW and CIA in the war of Bangladesh) in India. The book written by Bangladeshi journalist Masudul Haque talks about alleged understanding between the RAW,the intelligence organisation of the India and the CIA,behind the Bangladesh war. Joydeep Mukherjee,general secretary of All India Legal Aid Forum,alleged that the book was published from Bangaladesh,which maligned the image of the India distorting the history and the book was circulating in the West Bengal. The writer intentionally distorted the fact to malign the political leaders of India and Mujibar Rehman,said Mukherjee. The relations between India and Bangladesh could be affected by this,said Mukherjee.

Skeleton: Framing of charges delayed

Kolkata:The additional sessions court in Midnapore deferred the hearing for framing of charges in the skeleton recovery case because one accused,Kiriti Roy,was not produced in the court on Monday. CPM MLA Susanta Ghosh appeared in the court for the hearing. Kiriti Roy,who is in jail custody,has been undergoing treatment in a Kolkata hospital. The jail authorities failed to produce him in the court. So the court deferred the hearing and fixed May 28 for framing of charges.

Goods train derails

Kolkata:Thirty-two wagons and two engines of a goods train derailed between Suisa and Torang stations in Purulia district on Monday,South Eastern Railway (SER) sources said. Re-railment operation has begun,SER sources said. Following the derailment,train services on Chandil-Muri single line section in Ranchi division were affected.

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