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Give Maoists political prisoner status as stated by Calcutta High Court

March 22, Kolkata– “The state government must immediately withdraw the petition challenging the Calcutta High Court’s decision. Political prisoner status is a democratic right and the government cannot take away this right,” said Association for Protection of Democratic Rights (APDR)… Continue Reading →

#India-NHRC questions sterlising women unhygenically #vaw #womenrights #reproductive rights

Kolkata, Feb 11 : Days after over 100 women were sterilised in a single day at a health camp under unhygienic conditions, the NHRC Monday issued a notice to the West Bengal government. On the basis of a media report… Continue Reading →

7 Bangladeshi juveniles are languishing in Indian Home, even after completion of their terms

28th November 2012   To The Hon’ble Chairman National Human Rights Commission Faridkot House Copernicus Marg New Delhi – 1   Hon’ble Sir,   We write to draw your attention to the situation that seven minor boys (details are furnished in… Continue Reading →

Mamata bans IPS officer’s book critical of her Muslim policy #censorship #foe #fos

  Express news service : Kolkata, Mon Sep 03 2012 The Mamata Banerjee-led government in West Bengal has banned controversial IPS officer , Musalmander Ki Karaniya (What Muslims Should Do), in which he has highlighted the alleged plight of Muslims in… Continue Reading →

Lalgarh will rise again, warns freed rebel leader- West Bengal #Mamata

Caesar Mandal, TNN Aug 8, 2012 After the encounter death of Kishanji, the Maoists have apparently lost their power to challenge the Bengal government. The cadres are demoralized and it is reflected in the series of recent surrenders. At a time… Continue Reading →

Dr Binayak Sen urges ‘intolerant’ Bengal to change policies

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5riLrKS1Rg] (He speaks in Bangla and Bonglish in it. Below is the text from the description of the video.) 4th MAY, 2012, NONADANGA, kolkata Binayak Sen urges ‘intolerant’ Bengal to change policies In the wake of the forcible eviction of… Continue Reading →

Mamata gags the Dodhichi newsletter #FOE #Censorship

Now, it is the turn of the alternative media in West Bengal to be at the receiving end of governmental intolerance. There is a clampdown on a unique mobile alert service in Kolkata, writes RANJIT SUR, in The Hoot  Friday, May 04… Continue Reading →

60-yr-old law shrouds Paoli poster ‘skin show’ in Bengal #censorship

  Saibal Sen & Priyanka DasguptaSaibal Sen & Priyanka Dasgupta, TNN | Apr 20, 2012, KOLKATA: The Bengal governmentcontinues to play moral guardian with an obsolete tool of the Seventies, guiding people on what posters to see and what they… Continue Reading →

Release Deblina Chakraborty entrapped in UAPA and 6 other social activists

A Petition via change.org to The Chairperson of National Human Rights Commission: Why This Is Important We are deeply concerned about the dreadful incidents of barbarous atrocities by the West Bengal government upon the peaceful democratic protest movements of various… Continue Reading →

Joint Statement on Forcible Eviction and Police Brutalities in Kolkata

Immediate Release Condemn the Eviction Drive in Nonadanga, Kolkata!   Demand Immediate Release of Arrested Activists!   The Trinamool Congress-led Government of West Bengal is daily showing its anti-people character. Its Police and the bulldozers of the KMDA (Kolkata Metropolitan… Continue Reading →

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