(From right) Mousumi Kayal, Siladitya Chowdhury, Ambikesh Mahapatra and others take part in a silent march against state government, in Kolkata, Sunday. Making no major headway in the rape case of a 71-year-old nun of a convent in Ranaghat, a CID ... Indian Express, 4 weeks ago
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The Mamata Banerjee Government on Tuesday suffered yet another judicial setback when the Calcutta High Court upheld an earlier order by the State Human Rights Commission to compensate two victims of the infamous cartoon controversy in which a ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago
As India beat Pakistan comprehensively to start their campaing Twitter was at it's witty best. Twitter was merciless when Ramiz Raja made a faux pass at the presentation ceremony Pakistan fans, don't despair. One of your guys made history ...Hindustan Times, 2 months ago
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