Malda Violence


'Malda Violence' - 21 News Result(s)

  • Mamata Banerjee Tags Malda Violence A 'Small Trouble'

    Mamata Banerjee Tags Malda Violence A 'Small Trouble'

    Three months after mobs went on a rampage in Bengal's Malda district, set fire to a police station and several vehicles parked around it, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee called it a "small trouble" and accused the BJP of trying to turn it into a "riot".

  • Mamata Banerjee Kicks Off Poll Campaign As Congress-Left Decide On Alliance

    Mamata Banerjee Kicks Off Poll Campaign As Congress-Left Decide On Alliance

    The Congress is willing to call it an alliance. "Why should we play hide and seek," said Bengal Congress chief Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury in Kolkata on Tuesday.

  • Trinamool Congress Hits Out At Rajnath Singh For His Statement On Malda

    Trinamool Congress Hits Out At Rajnath Singh For His Statement On Malda

    Trinamool Congress today hit back at Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh for his attack on Mamata Banerjee government saying the Malda (violence) incident was his party's creation and he should not be on a mission to stoke communal tension.

  • Rajnath Singh Refutes Mamata Banerjee's Statement On Malda Violence

    Rajnath Singh Refutes Mamata Banerjee's Statement On Malda Violence

    Virtually kicking off BJP's campaign for the coming assembly poll in West Bengal, Union Home minister Rajnath Singh today attacked Trinamool Congress government on the issue of law and order saying that women, people and even policemen are not secure here.

  • Malda Violence: Nitin Gadkari Hits Out At State Government

    Malda Violence: Nitin Gadkari Hits Out At State Government

    Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today lashed out at the Mamata Banerjee government over the Malda attack, accusing it of not taking action against the perpetrators and "sheltering criminals".

  • Malda Violence: BJP Turns The Heat On TMC, Meets President

    Malda Violence: BJP Turns The Heat On TMC, Meets President

    The BJP has decided to turn the heat on the Mamata Banerjee-led West Bengal government over the violence in Malda. A party delegation met President Pranab Mukherjee this afternoon and requested that he direct the state government to file a report on what the BJP calls "series of incidents which pose a threat to national security".

  • Poppy Fields Of Malda May Be Key To Mob Violence On January 3

    Poppy Fields Of Malda May Be Key To Mob Violence On January 3

    In Kaliachak block of West Bengal's Malda district, where a lakh-strong mob set fire to the local police station earlier this month, authorities are working to destroy large tracts of poppy fields.

  • Days After Malda Violence, BJP Says It Expects Big Gains in Assembly Polls

    Days After Malda Violence, BJP Says It Expects Big Gains in Assembly Polls

    The political heat generated by the mob violence in Malda's Kaliachak has boosted BJP hopes ahead of the coming assembly elections in West Bengal. Though the party has been a marginal player in the state so far, its leaders say they expect considerable gains in and around Malda, traditionally a Congress stronghold.

  • Curfew-Like Situation In Violence-Hit Malda, Says Kailash Vijaywargiya

    Curfew-Like Situation In Violence-Hit Malda, Says Kailash Vijaywargiya

    Senior BJP leader Kailash Vijaywargiya today alleged West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is running her government in an "undemocratic manner" and curfew-like situation prevailing in violence-hit Malda district, where efforts are on to destroy evidence of "riots".

  • Permission To Nitin Gadkari's January 18 Rally In Malda Denied, Says BJP

    Permission To Nitin Gadkari's January 18 Rally In Malda Denied, Says BJP

    West Bengal BJP today attacked the ruling Trinamool Congress for not giving permission to a rally of Union Minister Nitin Gadkari in Malda, which was hit by violence recently, forcing it to shift the gathering to neighbouring South Dinajpur district.

  • Malda Violence: No Official Team To Visit West Bengal, Says Centre

    Malda Violence: No Official Team To Visit West Bengal, Says Centre

    Not willing to antagonize West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the Centre will not send any official team to West Bengal, as demanded by BJP, as of now to probe the violence in Malda.

  • Malda Violence: BJP To Raise Pitch With Rallies In Bengal

    Malda Violence: BJP To Raise Pitch With Rallies In Bengal

    Top BJP leaders, including party president Amit Shah, will hold rallies this month in West Bengal as the BJP raises the pitch of its attack on the Mamata Banerjee government on the recent mob violence in Kaliachak town of the state's Malda, sources have said.

  • Centre To Send Team To Inquire Into Malda Violence: Government Sources

    Centre To Send Team To Inquire Into Malda Violence: Government Sources

    The Centre will send a team of officials to Malda to ascertain facts about the recent mob violence, as political parties trade allegations over the incident in West Bengal, where assembly elections are now months away.

  • Blog: Muslims, Stop Protesting About Insults To The Prophet

    Blog: Muslims, Stop Protesting About Insults To The Prophet

    It plays to a trite script all the time. Some obscure loony will say something about the Prophet and the self-professed defenders of the honour of the Prophet of Islam go berserk in rage. Protests, calls for the head of the "offender", mob fury, destruction of public property - pandemonium follows.

  • Malda Violence: After BJP Team, CPI(M) Delegation Denied Entry To Kaliachak

    Malda Violence: After BJP Team, CPI(M) Delegation Denied Entry To Kaliachak

    In the second such incident today, a CPI(M) delegation was denied permission to visit violence-hit Kaliachak in West Bengal's Malda district hours after a BJP team was stopped from going to the area by district authorities citing prohibitory orders.

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  • Mamata Banerjee Tags Malda Violence A 'Small Trouble'

    Mamata Banerjee Tags Malda Violence A 'Small Trouble'

    Three months after mobs went on a rampage in Bengal's Malda district, set fire to a police station and several vehicles parked around it, West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee called it a "small trouble" and accused the BJP of trying to turn it into a "riot".

  • Mamata Banerjee Kicks Off Poll Campaign As Congress-Left Decide On Alliance

    Mamata Banerjee Kicks Off Poll Campaign As Congress-Left Decide On Alliance

    The Congress is willing to call it an alliance. "Why should we play hide and seek," said Bengal Congress chief Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury in Kolkata on Tuesday.

  • Trinamool Congress Hits Out At Rajnath Singh For His Statement On Malda

    Trinamool Congress Hits Out At Rajnath Singh For His Statement On Malda

    Trinamool Congress today hit back at Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh for his attack on Mamata Banerjee government saying the Malda (violence) incident was his party's creation and he should not be on a mission to stoke communal tension.

  • Rajnath Singh Refutes Mamata Banerjee's Statement On Malda Violence

    Rajnath Singh Refutes Mamata Banerjee's Statement On Malda Violence

    Virtually kicking off BJP's campaign for the coming assembly poll in West Bengal, Union Home minister Rajnath Singh today attacked Trinamool Congress government on the issue of law and order saying that women, people and even policemen are not secure here.

  • Malda Violence: Nitin Gadkari Hits Out At State Government

    Malda Violence: Nitin Gadkari Hits Out At State Government

    Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today lashed out at the Mamata Banerjee government over the Malda attack, accusing it of not taking action against the perpetrators and "sheltering criminals".

  • Malda Violence: BJP Turns The Heat On TMC, Meets President

    Malda Violence: BJP Turns The Heat On TMC, Meets President

    The BJP has decided to turn the heat on the Mamata Banerjee-led West Bengal government over the violence in Malda. A party delegation met President Pranab Mukherjee this afternoon and requested that he direct the state government to file a report on what the BJP calls "series of incidents which pose a threat to national security".

  • Poppy Fields Of Malda May Be Key To Mob Violence On January 3

    Poppy Fields Of Malda May Be Key To Mob Violence On January 3

    In Kaliachak block of West Bengal's Malda district, where a lakh-strong mob set fire to the local police station earlier this month, authorities are working to destroy large tracts of poppy fields.

  • Days After Malda Violence, BJP Says It Expects Big Gains in Assembly Polls

    Days After Malda Violence, BJP Says It Expects Big Gains in Assembly Polls

    The political heat generated by the mob violence in Malda's Kaliachak has boosted BJP hopes ahead of the coming assembly elections in West Bengal. Though the party has been a marginal player in the state so far, its leaders say they expect considerable gains in and around Malda, traditionally a Congress stronghold.

  • Curfew-Like Situation In Violence-Hit Malda, Says Kailash Vijaywargiya

    Curfew-Like Situation In Violence-Hit Malda, Says Kailash Vijaywargiya

    Senior BJP leader Kailash Vijaywargiya today alleged West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is running her government in an "undemocratic manner" and curfew-like situation prevailing in violence-hit Malda district, where efforts are on to destroy evidence of "riots".

  • Permission To Nitin Gadkari's January 18 Rally In Malda Denied, Says BJP

    Permission To Nitin Gadkari's January 18 Rally In Malda Denied, Says BJP

    West Bengal BJP today attacked the ruling Trinamool Congress for not giving permission to a rally of Union Minister Nitin Gadkari in Malda, which was hit by violence recently, forcing it to shift the gathering to neighbouring South Dinajpur district.

  • Malda Violence: No Official Team To Visit West Bengal, Says Centre

    Malda Violence: No Official Team To Visit West Bengal, Says Centre

    Not willing to antagonize West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, the Centre will not send any official team to West Bengal, as demanded by BJP, as of now to probe the violence in Malda.

  • Malda Violence: BJP To Raise Pitch With Rallies In Bengal

    Malda Violence: BJP To Raise Pitch With Rallies In Bengal

    Top BJP leaders, including party president Amit Shah, will hold rallies this month in West Bengal as the BJP raises the pitch of its attack on the Mamata Banerjee government on the recent mob violence in Kaliachak town of the state's Malda, sources have said.

  • Centre To Send Team To Inquire Into Malda Violence: Government Sources

    Centre To Send Team To Inquire Into Malda Violence: Government Sources

    The Centre will send a team of officials to Malda to ascertain facts about the recent mob violence, as political parties trade allegations over the incident in West Bengal, where assembly elections are now months away.

  • Blog: Muslims, Stop Protesting About Insults To The Prophet

    Blog: Muslims, Stop Protesting About Insults To The Prophet

    It plays to a trite script all the time. Some obscure loony will say something about the Prophet and the self-professed defenders of the honour of the Prophet of Islam go berserk in rage. Protests, calls for the head of the "offender", mob fury, destruction of public property - pandemonium follows.

  • Malda Violence: After BJP Team, CPI(M) Delegation Denied Entry To Kaliachak

    Malda Violence: After BJP Team, CPI(M) Delegation Denied Entry To Kaliachak

    In the second such incident today, a CPI(M) delegation was denied permission to visit violence-hit Kaliachak in West Bengal's Malda district hours after a BJP team was stopped from going to the area by district authorities citing prohibitory orders.

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