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West Bengal: Congress seeks explanation from rebel leader Manas Bhunia

Manas Bhunia to help TMC expand base in Tripura

Rebel Congress leader Manas Bhunia will help the Trinamool Congress, which he recently joined, expand its base in Tripura by winning over the Congress voters there. Bhunia, along with senior TMC leader and MP Abhishek Banerjee, will soon pay a ... Business Standard, 2 months ago
Manas Bhunia likely to join TMC next week Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Syria attack causes chemical gas symptoms in rebels

New Delhi [India], Nov. 27 (ANI): Actress Bipasha Basu was currently in her home town Kolkata to walk for Falguni and Shane Peacock's show and she shared a dazzling picture of herself with the ... Calcutta News.Net - Sunday 27th November, 2016 ...
 Calcutta News.Net1 week ago Islamic State reportedly uses 'chemical gas' against Syrian rebels  Calcutta News.Net1 week ago

Saudi-led coalition agrees to ceasfire in Yemen if Houthi rebels agree

Siliguri (West Bengal) [India], Oct. 17 (ANI): Chandan Roy, belonging to a poor household in West Bengal's Midnapur district, has made his family proud after getting earning a seat in the coveted ... Calcutta News.Net - Monday 17th October, 2016 ...
 Calcutta News.Net1 month ago

With Jayalalithaa's death, TN politics set to turn fluid and unpredictable

Jayalalithaa perfected an idiom of governance that leveraged state-funded populism to fuel a cult of personality that had few parallels in India The death of J. Jayalalithaa on Monday brings to an end the life of an extraordinary Indian politician ...
 Business Standard India10 hours ago

Rich, Anti-Rich Maoists Use Jan Dhan to Launder Money, Deposits Swell to 21,000 Cr

The poor man's piggy bank accounts, Jan Dhan, are being used by the rich and the anti-rich Maoist insurgents to launder high value currency notes scrapped by the central government, fears government officials. Jan Dhan bank accounts, which were ...
 Outlook India1 week ago

Demonetisation: Opposition divided over strategy

A majority of the Opposition parties are united in their belief that the demonetisation move is causing great hardship to the poor and vulnerable, but the Trinamool Congress is possibly the only political party seeking a complete rollback. This ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Central African Republic: Nearly one in five children is a refugee or internally displaced, warns UNICEF

-- As aid officials prepare to meet in Brussels on Thursday to seek funding to continue their programmes in Central African Republic (CAR), the United Nations Children"s Fund (UNICEF) reported today that more than 850,000 people there " half of them ...
 Singapore Star.com2 weeks ago

Group urges troops for Burundi to prevent genocide

United Nations - A global human rights umbrella organisation is urging Africa, Europe and the United Nations to send a civilian protection force to Burundi to prevent a possible civil war and genocide. The International Federation for Human ...
 Singapore Star.com2 weeks ago

Assad says Trump a natural ally if he fights terrorists

PanARMENIAN.Net - Syria's Bashar al-Assad said in an interview aired on Tuesday, November 15 that Donald Trump will be a "natural ally" if the U.S. president-elect fulfils his pledge to fight "terrorists," AFP reports. In his first reaction to ...
 Singapore Star.com2 weeks ago

Burdwan_blast_360_5Oct14 KOLKATA: After three arrests and two raids over last week’s blast in Burdwan, the West Bengal police feel it could involve a terror network – giving teeth to opposition demands to involve the National Investigation agency or the Central Bureau of Investigation. On Wednesday, the case, which had been filed under the Explosives Act, was also brought under Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act – a law that’s applied in cases where the integrity and sovereignty of the country is threatened. The new charge was brought in hours after the police raided two houses in Burdwan, making official the suspicion that the two men, who died in the October 2 blast at the house in Khagragarh, could have been terrorists. (Burdwan Blast: Burqa Factory Front for Bomb-Making Plant?) There had been other evidence – improvised explosive devices and material to make them, watch dials and detonators recovered from the house. Some printed material was also found, which had references to Al Qaeda, Indian Mujahideen and even the Chechen rebels. On October 5, two women residents of the house were arrested. One of them was the wife of Shakil Ahmed, a man who died in the blast. Another’s husband, Abdul Hasan, had been injured. A third – a man – was arrested later. Their questioning led to the raids in two houses — one at Baburbag, the other at Badshahi Road – barely a kilometer from the blast site. (Burdwan Blasts: Two Women Arrested, Bengal Becoming Terror Haven, says BJP) The police were looking for a man called called Kausar, but he had had fled. Kauser, who was probably a Bangladeshi national, used to visit Shakil Ahmed. Police suspect he collected bombs from Shakil for delivery to unknown recipients. At the house, police found a driving license, four pistols and 63 bullets. The six residents of the other house have gone missing as well. Following the raids, the police added the UAPA to the case. The opposition, which had accused the ruling Trinamool Congress of involvement and alleged that the police destroyed evidence, has now stepped up its demands to call in the NIA. (Burdwan Blast: 2 Women Arrested, Trinamool Denies Links) “The incident is linked to Bangladesh and who knows which other countries. That’s why it should be probed by the CBI or NIA,” said BJP leader Rahul Sinha. The CPM’s SK Mishra echoed it, saying, “If they (state police and CID) are not afraid they will be caught red-handed for hiding something, they should hand it over to NIA.

KOLKATA:  Fire today broke out at the 16th floor of Chatterjee International building in Kolkata, one of the tallest buildings in the city. Four persons trapped inside the building were rescued by the fire department. Officials said they did not think ...
 Current News India1 month ago
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