Former principal of Presidency College Amal Mukhopadhyay who is heading the team formed by West Bengal Human Rights Commission to probe the Presidency University violence re-visited the institue on Thursday. While Mukhopadhyay spoke to the authorities and ... Times of India, 2 days ago
Presidency violence: Cops were not cooperative says probe panel - Zee News, 2 days ago
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TMC MP Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar today apologised to the West Bengal Human Rights Commission for her comments on the Park Street rape victim. The WBHRC in February issued summons to Ghosh Dastidar in connection with her remarks about the woman who was ...Indian Express, 3 days ago Rights panel summons TMC MP for remarks on Park Street rape IBN Live, 2 months ago Rights panel summons MP for remarks on Park Street rape Prokerala, 2 months ago
Trinamool MP Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar on Wednesday deposed before the West Bengal Human Rights Commission and resolved not to make statements like she did vis--vis the Park Street rape victim.Times of India, 3 days ago Trinamool MP sorry for her comments on Park Street rape Taaza.com, 4 days ago Trinamool MP regrets comments on Park street rape victim Money Control, 3 days ago TMC MP Regrets Remarks on Park Street Rape Victim Outlook, 3 days ago
THE state government has rejected recommendations of West Bengal Human Rights Commission (WBHRC) for compensation to Jadavpur University professor Ambikesh Mahapatra, arrested last year for circulating an email with cartoons of Chief Minister Mamata ...Indian Express, 1 week ago No compensation The Hindu, 1 week ago Cartoon controversy: WB govt rejects compensation for Prof Ambikesh Mahapatra ZeeNews.com, 1 week ago Two-week deadline for compensation in Mamata cartoon case The Hindu, 3 weeks ago
Two West Bengal-based rights bodies on Monday moved the National Human Rights Commission against the Border Security Force of India accusing them of torturing and molesting innocent villagers in Murshidabad district. Suraksha Mancha and Programme ...New Age Bangladesh, 1 week ago Rights body fumes over CM's smoke remark Times of India, 2 weeks ago Rights panel moved against Mamata's appeal to smoke more Hindu Business Line, 2 weeks ago
Kolkata, Apr 29 (UNI) Rights group, Association for Protection of Democratic Rights (APDR) today demanded that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee tender a public apology for urging people to smoke more. APDR also moved the West Bengal Human ...United News of India, 2 weeks ago Mamata should apologise for smoking comment: Rights group Prokerala, 2 weeks ago Rights group seek Mamata Banerjee's apology for smoking remark PardaPhash, 2 weeks ago
What is the value of impression in a subject like violence against women? The chairman of the state human rights commission has said that women in this state are not tortured any less than those in Delhi, and sometimes the number of such incidents are higher.The Telegraph, 2 months ago Crime against women in West Bengal rising, rights body chief Zee News, 2 months ago Crime Against Women in WB Rising: Asok Ganguly Outlook, 2 months ago
Kolkata, Apr 4 : The West Bengal Human Rights Commission (WBHRC) on Thursday announced it will hold an inquiry into the death of 22-year-old Students' Federation of India (SFI) leader Sudipto Gupta.New Kerala, 1 month ago No alternative to Mamata, says top writer-activist The Gulf Today, 1 month ago WBHRC to probe the death of SFI activist Economic Times, 1 month ago WBHRC Asks Bengal Government for Ways to Ban Online 'Rape-Games' Med India, 2 months ago
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The West Bengal Human Rights Commission on Monday granted the state government six more weeks to submit its Action Taken Report (ATR) in relation to the arrest and subsequent release of Jadavpur University professor Ambikesh Mahapatra.Times of India, 2 months ago Govt finally submits report in cartoon case Times of India, 1 week ago
West Bengal Human Rights Commission chairman and former Supreme Court judge Asok Kumar Ganguly Saturday said the state is not lagging behind Delhi in the number of atrocities on women and may have well gone ahead of the national capital."Today in West Bengal ...Prokerala, 2 months ago
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