Kishalay Bhattacharjee


'Kishalay Bhattacharjee' - 131 News Result(s)

  • Teen allegedly gang-raped in Assam; police file chargesheet four months later

    With the nation demanding better safety for women and stricter anti-rape laws, a minor girl from Assam has come forward with her story. The 16-year-old girl, who was allegedly gang-raped and brutally assaulted in last year, is still awaiting justice.

  • Protests against Manipur actor's molestation spread

    Protests against Manipur actor's molestation spread

    Protests continued for the second day in Manipur's capital Imphal against the molestation and assault of a 22-year-old popular actor, Momoko, allegedly by a Naga militant leader.

  • Actor in Manipur says she was molested, hit on stage

    Actor in Manipur says she was molested, hit on stage

    Momoko, a popular actor in Manipur, was headlining a fund-raising concert in the state's Chandel town when a man climbed onto the stage.

  • Manipur armed groups reject 'suspension of operation', demand immediate dialogue with Govt

    Manipur armed groups reject 'suspension of operation', demand immediate dialogue with Govt

    The Union government on Wednesday extended the 'suspension of operation' with the two dozen Zomi and Kuki armed groups in Manipur. The halt in operations was extended for the sixth time but 17 of the 23 outfits have refused to sign it demanding that talks be held immediately.

  • Elephant's tusks, trunk, tail chopped off in Assam

    Elephant's tusks, trunk, tail chopped off in Assam

    The elephant is lying in a paddy field in Kharmauza village, five kilometres from Goalpara town on national highway 37. Eyewitnesses say its tusks have been uprooted and trunk chopped off. The tail is missing.

  • In Manipur, a build-it-yourself road, led by inspiring IAS officer

    In Manipur, a build-it-yourself road, led by inspiring IAS officer

    At 4 pm on a sunny winter afternoon, a group of people are hard at work, trying literally to move mountains.

  • Assam violence displaces thousands again, government in denial

    Assam violence displaces thousands again, government in denial

    The Assam government claims only 35,000 of the five lakh people displaced by the Bodoland violence of the summers are left to be rehabilitated. But NDTV has found that thousands have been forced to leave their homes again in the fresh round of killings.

  • Assam: Curfew relaxed in Kokrajhar for second day in a row

    Assam: Curfew relaxed in Kokrajhar for second day in a row

    As Assam's Kokrajhar district remained calm and violence free for the second day in a row, the curfew has been relaxed in most parts of the district from 8 am to 4 pm. In the last ten days, a total of 10 people have been killed in the district.

  • Curfew lifted for few hours in Kokrajhar

    Curfew lifted for few hours in Kokrajhar

    The curfew has been relaxed in Assam's violence hit Kokrajhar district from 10 am to 4 pm today. Four people, including a child, died Friday night after fresh violence broke out in Kokrajhar. In the last ten days, a total of 10 people have been killed in the district. In July, Kokrajhar was the epicentre of sustained ethnic violence, the worst in ...

  • Four more die in fresh violence in Kokrajhar, Bodo Territorial Council member arrested with weapons

    Four more die in fresh violence in Kokrajhar, Bodo Territorial Council member arrested with weapons

    Four people, including a child, died last night after fresh violence broke out in the district of Kokrajhar in Assam. In the last week, a total of 10 people - including last night's victims - have been killed in the district, which in July was the epicentre of sustained ethnic violence, the worst in over a decade in the state of Assam. The area is ...

  • The return of the curfew in Assam's Kokrajhar: 10 big developments

    The return of the curfew in Assam's Kokrajhar: 10 big developments

    In the last week, six people have been killed in the district of Kokrajhar, which in July was the epicenter of sustained ethnic violence, the worst in over a decade in the state of Assam. The area is simmering again because of a new surge of hostilities between the indigenous Bodo tribals and Bengali-speaking Muslim settlers. There were reports of ...

  • Assam on edge: six dead, PM phones chief minister

    Assam on edge: six dead, PM phones chief minister

    Two months after Assam witnessed its worst ethnic violence in a decade, the epicentre of those riots, in which more than 99 people were killed and five lakhs displaced from their homes, is simmering again.

  • 12 years of Irom Sharmila's fast

    12 years of Irom Sharmila's fast

    It has been 12 years now since Irom Sharmila has had a drop of water. Known as the 'Iron Lady of Manipur', she has been on a fast unto death since 2000, demanding the repeal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act or AFSPA, which gives the armed forces wide ranging powers to shoot, arrest and search civilians. For these last 12 years, she has been i...

  • Four years after Guwahati blasts, victims still await justice

    Four years after Guwahati blasts, victims still await justice

    28-year-old Naren Tumung's memory loss is slowly improving. He can now recall the moments before the blast on October 30 2008 in Assam which killed close to one hundred people and injured several hundreds. He parked his auto rickshaw under the Ganeshguri flyover in Guwahati and went to a nearby tea shop. Just then the bomb went off. Naren wasn't in...

  • Rhino poacher arrested in Assam, confesses to militants' involvement

    Rhino poacher arrested in Assam, confesses to militants' involvement

    Since June floods devastated Assam, animals trying to escape the rising waters in Kaziranga National Park have fallen prey to hunters, poachers and speeding vehicles. More than 700 animals have died since then and more carcasses are being revealed as the waters go down.

'Kishalay Bhattacharjee' - 128 Video Result(s)

'Kishalay Bhattacharjee' - 131 News Result(s)

  • Teen allegedly gang-raped in Assam; police file chargesheet four months later

    With the nation demanding better safety for women and stricter anti-rape laws, a minor girl from Assam has come forward with her story. The 16-year-old girl, who was allegedly gang-raped and brutally assaulted in last year, is still awaiting justice.

  • Protests against Manipur actor's molestation spread

    Protests against Manipur actor's molestation spread

    Protests continued for the second day in Manipur's capital Imphal against the molestation and assault of a 22-year-old popular actor, Momoko, allegedly by a Naga militant leader.

  • Actor in Manipur says she was molested, hit on stage

    Actor in Manipur says she was molested, hit on stage

    Momoko, a popular actor in Manipur, was headlining a fund-raising concert in the state's Chandel town when a man climbed onto the stage.

  • Manipur armed groups reject 'suspension of operation', demand immediate dialogue with Govt

    Manipur armed groups reject 'suspension of operation', demand immediate dialogue with Govt

    The Union government on Wednesday extended the 'suspension of operation' with the two dozen Zomi and Kuki armed groups in Manipur. The halt in operations was extended for the sixth time but 17 of the 23 outfits have refused to sign it demanding that talks be held immediately.

  • Elephant's tusks, trunk, tail chopped off in Assam

    Elephant's tusks, trunk, tail chopped off in Assam

    The elephant is lying in a paddy field in Kharmauza village, five kilometres from Goalpara town on national highway 37. Eyewitnesses say its tusks have been uprooted and trunk chopped off. The tail is missing.

  • In Manipur, a build-it-yourself road, led by inspiring IAS officer

    In Manipur, a build-it-yourself road, led by inspiring IAS officer

    At 4 pm on a sunny winter afternoon, a group of people are hard at work, trying literally to move mountains.

  • Assam violence displaces thousands again, government in denial

    Assam violence displaces thousands again, government in denial

    The Assam government claims only 35,000 of the five lakh people displaced by the Bodoland violence of the summers are left to be rehabilitated. But NDTV has found that thousands have been forced to leave their homes again in the fresh round of killings.

  • Assam: Curfew relaxed in Kokrajhar for second day in a row

    Assam: Curfew relaxed in Kokrajhar for second day in a row

    As Assam's Kokrajhar district remained calm and violence free for the second day in a row, the curfew has been relaxed in most parts of the district from 8 am to 4 pm. In the last ten days, a total of 10 people have been killed in the district.

  • Curfew lifted for few hours in Kokrajhar

    Curfew lifted for few hours in Kokrajhar

    The curfew has been relaxed in Assam's violence hit Kokrajhar district from 10 am to 4 pm today. Four people, including a child, died Friday night after fresh violence broke out in Kokrajhar. In the last ten days, a total of 10 people have been killed in the district. In July, Kokrajhar was the epicentre of sustained ethnic violence, the worst in ...

  • Four more die in fresh violence in Kokrajhar, Bodo Territorial Council member arrested with weapons

    Four more die in fresh violence in Kokrajhar, Bodo Territorial Council member arrested with weapons

    Four people, including a child, died last night after fresh violence broke out in the district of Kokrajhar in Assam. In the last week, a total of 10 people - including last night's victims - have been killed in the district, which in July was the epicentre of sustained ethnic violence, the worst in over a decade in the state of Assam. The area is ...

  • The return of the curfew in Assam's Kokrajhar: 10 big developments

    The return of the curfew in Assam's Kokrajhar: 10 big developments

    In the last week, six people have been killed in the district of Kokrajhar, which in July was the epicenter of sustained ethnic violence, the worst in over a decade in the state of Assam. The area is simmering again because of a new surge of hostilities between the indigenous Bodo tribals and Bengali-speaking Muslim settlers. There were reports of ...

  • Assam on edge: six dead, PM phones chief minister

    Assam on edge: six dead, PM phones chief minister

    Two months after Assam witnessed its worst ethnic violence in a decade, the epicentre of those riots, in which more than 99 people were killed and five lakhs displaced from their homes, is simmering again.

  • 12 years of Irom Sharmila's fast

    12 years of Irom Sharmila's fast

    It has been 12 years now since Irom Sharmila has had a drop of water. Known as the 'Iron Lady of Manipur', she has been on a fast unto death since 2000, demanding the repeal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act or AFSPA, which gives the armed forces wide ranging powers to shoot, arrest and search civilians. For these last 12 years, she has been i...

  • Four years after Guwahati blasts, victims still await justice

    Four years after Guwahati blasts, victims still await justice

    28-year-old Naren Tumung's memory loss is slowly improving. He can now recall the moments before the blast on October 30 2008 in Assam which killed close to one hundred people and injured several hundreds. He parked his auto rickshaw under the Ganeshguri flyover in Guwahati and went to a nearby tea shop. Just then the bomb went off. Naren wasn't in...

  • Rhino poacher arrested in Assam, confesses to militants' involvement

    Rhino poacher arrested in Assam, confesses to militants' involvement

    Since June floods devastated Assam, animals trying to escape the rising waters in Kaziranga National Park have fallen prey to hunters, poachers and speeding vehicles. More than 700 animals have died since then and more carcasses are being revealed as the waters go down.

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