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  • FBI, Facebook To Meet In Kolkata On Tackling Online Child Sex Abuse

    FBI, Facebook To Meet In Kolkata On Tackling Online Child Sex Abuse

    Shocking figures have been shared by the International Criminal Police Organisation or Interpol on the growing number of online child sexual abuse cases in India: 2.4 million cases reported in 2017, and that could be just the tip of the iceberg.

  • Congress Poll Wins Thrill Bengal Workers, Spur Anti-Trinamool Taunts

    Congress Poll Wins Thrill Bengal Workers, Spur Anti-Trinamool Taunts

    The Congress victory in the Hindi heartland is shaking things up in distant Bengal. At a celebratory rally in Kolkata, an unexpectedly large turnout prompted one Congress leader after the other to attack the ruling Trinamool Congress and its leader, Mamata Banerjee, alleging violence by her cadre against Congress workers in Bengal and attempts to c...

  • Search At Kolkata's High-Profile Bangur Family Home Over Property Dispute

    Search At Kolkata's High-Profile Bangur Family Home Over Property Dispute

    Sending ripples across Kolkata's Marwari community, the police today entered the home of one of the city's wealthiest families following court orders to seize valuables belonging to the daughter-in-law of the family who walked out of their home in June 2017 after alleging mental torture by her husband and in-laws.

  • BJP Blames Trinamool For Bengal Party Worker's Murder, Calls For Bandh

    BJP Blames Trinamool For Bengal Party Worker's Murder, Calls For Bandh

    A BJP worker was shot dead on Sunday night in West Bengal, about 170 km from Kolkata. Sandip Ghosh, 23, was leaving a meeting of the party around 10 pm when a group of men attacked him and fellow BJP workers with rods and then fired upon them.

  • Disability Knows No Bounds. Kolkata Couple's Story Of Love, Struggle

    Disability Knows No Bounds. Kolkata Couple's Story Of Love, Struggle

    The world celebrated the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on Monday. But for a couple in Kolkata, it has been a celebration everyday since June 7 when their adopted daughter came home. The mother, one of India's best know and most vocal disability activists, has cerebral palsy.

  • Wall Of Fame "Whitewashed" In Kolkata, Artist's Public Art Gone For Good

    Wall Of Fame "Whitewashed" In Kolkata, Artist's Public Art Gone For Good

    Is art only for hanging in elegant drawing rooms? One artist who always said no was Shanu Lahiri, also called Kolkata's "First Lady of Public Art". She gave the city "Poroma" -- a towering idol of a tribal woman that had pride of place at a traffic roundabout on an arterial road. But that was torn down in 2014 by the state.

  • 2 Americans Met Missionary Before He Was Killed By Andaman Tribe: Police

    2 Americans Met Missionary Before He Was Killed By Andaman Tribe: Police

    Two weeks after American national John Allen Chau was killed by primitive tribes in the Andamans, startling facts are emerging about his visit there. Two American citizens had flown into Port Blair and met Mr Chau between November 6 and 10, egging him on, it is suspected, to go to the North Sentinel island.

  • Singur To Kolkata: Farmers March For Industry, Jobs, Farming Fit Land

    Singur To Kolkata: Farmers March For Industry, Jobs, Farming Fit Land

    The CPI(M) has returned to Singur in West Bengal's Hooghly district, a decade after a farmers' protest that had begun here led to the exit of the Left government in the state after 34 years in power.

  • "Terrorist On Board": Jet Flyer Arrested After Alarm Over Snapchat Photo

    "Terrorist On Board": Jet Flyer Arrested After Alarm Over Snapchat Photo

    A passenger on a Jet Airways flight from Kolkata to Mumbai this morning was taken off the plane and arrested after he was seen sending a photo of himself with a handkerchief covering half his face on Snapchat with a comment that read, "Terrorist on board, I destroy women's hearts".

  • Cops Studying Rituals Of Tribe That Killed US Man To Recover His Body

    Cops Studying Rituals Of Tribe That Killed US Man To Recover His Body

    The rituals in death over of the primitive Sentinelese tribe may hold the key to getting back the body of American John Allen Chau, killed by the aboriginals on North Sentinel Island near Andaman and Nicobar and buried on the beach.

  • After US Man's Death, Focus On Controversial Government Order On Andaman

    After US Man's Death, Focus On Controversial Government Order On Andaman

    One of the last things American evangelist John Allen Chau wrote in his journal before being killed at the North Sentinel Island by primitive tribes was, "God sheltered us from the eyes of the Navy and the Coast Guard."

  • American Paid Fishermen Rs. 25,000 For Fatal Trip To Andamans

    American Paid Fishermen Rs. 25,000 For Fatal Trip To Andamans

    An American man from Alabama, who was killed by a protected tribe in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands possibly on November 16, had reportedly paid fishermen Rs 25,000 for smuggling him to the island. Efforts to recover his body, supposedly buried by the tribals, have been unsuccessful so far.

  • Sovan Chatterjee Resigns As Minister. Mamata Banerjee Asks Him To Quit As Kolkata Mayor Too

    Sovan Chatterjee Resigns As Minister. Mamata Banerjee Asks Him To Quit As Kolkata Mayor Too

    Kolkata Mayor Sovan Chatterjee today resigned as minister in the West Bengal government. Following the sudden move, chief minister Mamata Banerjee also asked him to quit as mayor. For now, urban affairs minister Firhad Hakim will head the Kolkata municipal corporation.

  • Fire At Kolkata's Tallest Building 'The 42' Brought Under Control

    Fire At Kolkata's Tallest Building 'The 42' Brought Under Control

    A fire that broke out at an under-construction 60-storey residential tower in Kolkata, said to be the tallest building in the city, has been brought under control. No casualties or loss to property has been reported.

  • Mamata Banerjee Largesse For Matuas, Key Scheduled Caste Community In Bengal, Ahead Of 2019

    Mamata Banerjee Largesse For Matuas, Key Scheduled Caste Community In Bengal, Ahead Of 2019

    A new university is to come up at Chandipara, about 85 km north of Kolkata, and it will be called the Harichand Guruchand Thakur University. This was announced by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee at Thakurnagar in North 24 Parganas.

'Written By Monideepa Banerjie' - 904 News Result(s)

  • FBI, Facebook To Meet In Kolkata On Tackling Online Child Sex Abuse

    FBI, Facebook To Meet In Kolkata On Tackling Online Child Sex Abuse

    Shocking figures have been shared by the International Criminal Police Organisation or Interpol on the growing number of online child sexual abuse cases in India: 2.4 million cases reported in 2017, and that could be just the tip of the iceberg.

  • Congress Poll Wins Thrill Bengal Workers, Spur Anti-Trinamool Taunts

    Congress Poll Wins Thrill Bengal Workers, Spur Anti-Trinamool Taunts

    The Congress victory in the Hindi heartland is shaking things up in distant Bengal. At a celebratory rally in Kolkata, an unexpectedly large turnout prompted one Congress leader after the other to attack the ruling Trinamool Congress and its leader, Mamata Banerjee, alleging violence by her cadre against Congress workers in Bengal and attempts to c...

  • Search At Kolkata's High-Profile Bangur Family Home Over Property Dispute

    Search At Kolkata's High-Profile Bangur Family Home Over Property Dispute

    Sending ripples across Kolkata's Marwari community, the police today entered the home of one of the city's wealthiest families following court orders to seize valuables belonging to the daughter-in-law of the family who walked out of their home in June 2017 after alleging mental torture by her husband and in-laws.

  • BJP Blames Trinamool For Bengal Party Worker's Murder, Calls For Bandh

    BJP Blames Trinamool For Bengal Party Worker's Murder, Calls For Bandh

    A BJP worker was shot dead on Sunday night in West Bengal, about 170 km from Kolkata. Sandip Ghosh, 23, was leaving a meeting of the party around 10 pm when a group of men attacked him and fellow BJP workers with rods and then fired upon them.

  • Disability Knows No Bounds. Kolkata Couple's Story Of Love, Struggle

    Disability Knows No Bounds. Kolkata Couple's Story Of Love, Struggle

    The world celebrated the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on Monday. But for a couple in Kolkata, it has been a celebration everyday since June 7 when their adopted daughter came home. The mother, one of India's best know and most vocal disability activists, has cerebral palsy.

  • Wall Of Fame "Whitewashed" In Kolkata, Artist's Public Art Gone For Good

    Wall Of Fame "Whitewashed" In Kolkata, Artist's Public Art Gone For Good

    Is art only for hanging in elegant drawing rooms? One artist who always said no was Shanu Lahiri, also called Kolkata's "First Lady of Public Art". She gave the city "Poroma" -- a towering idol of a tribal woman that had pride of place at a traffic roundabout on an arterial road. But that was torn down in 2014 by the state.

  • 2 Americans Met Missionary Before He Was Killed By Andaman Tribe: Police

    2 Americans Met Missionary Before He Was Killed By Andaman Tribe: Police

    Two weeks after American national John Allen Chau was killed by primitive tribes in the Andamans, startling facts are emerging about his visit there. Two American citizens had flown into Port Blair and met Mr Chau between November 6 and 10, egging him on, it is suspected, to go to the North Sentinel island.

  • Singur To Kolkata: Farmers March For Industry, Jobs, Farming Fit Land

    Singur To Kolkata: Farmers March For Industry, Jobs, Farming Fit Land

    The CPI(M) has returned to Singur in West Bengal's Hooghly district, a decade after a farmers' protest that had begun here led to the exit of the Left government in the state after 34 years in power.

  • "Terrorist On Board": Jet Flyer Arrested After Alarm Over Snapchat Photo

    "Terrorist On Board": Jet Flyer Arrested After Alarm Over Snapchat Photo

    A passenger on a Jet Airways flight from Kolkata to Mumbai this morning was taken off the plane and arrested after he was seen sending a photo of himself with a handkerchief covering half his face on Snapchat with a comment that read, "Terrorist on board, I destroy women's hearts".

  • Cops Studying Rituals Of Tribe That Killed US Man To Recover His Body

    Cops Studying Rituals Of Tribe That Killed US Man To Recover His Body

    The rituals in death over of the primitive Sentinelese tribe may hold the key to getting back the body of American John Allen Chau, killed by the aboriginals on North Sentinel Island near Andaman and Nicobar and buried on the beach.

  • After US Man's Death, Focus On Controversial Government Order On Andaman

    After US Man's Death, Focus On Controversial Government Order On Andaman

    One of the last things American evangelist John Allen Chau wrote in his journal before being killed at the North Sentinel Island by primitive tribes was, "God sheltered us from the eyes of the Navy and the Coast Guard."

  • American Paid Fishermen Rs. 25,000 For Fatal Trip To Andamans

    American Paid Fishermen Rs. 25,000 For Fatal Trip To Andamans

    An American man from Alabama, who was killed by a protected tribe in the Andaman and Nicobar Islands possibly on November 16, had reportedly paid fishermen Rs 25,000 for smuggling him to the island. Efforts to recover his body, supposedly buried by the tribals, have been unsuccessful so far.

  • Sovan Chatterjee Resigns As Minister. Mamata Banerjee Asks Him To Quit As Kolkata Mayor Too

    Sovan Chatterjee Resigns As Minister. Mamata Banerjee Asks Him To Quit As Kolkata Mayor Too

    Kolkata Mayor Sovan Chatterjee today resigned as minister in the West Bengal government. Following the sudden move, chief minister Mamata Banerjee also asked him to quit as mayor. For now, urban affairs minister Firhad Hakim will head the Kolkata municipal corporation.

  • Fire At Kolkata's Tallest Building 'The 42' Brought Under Control

    Fire At Kolkata's Tallest Building 'The 42' Brought Under Control

    A fire that broke out at an under-construction 60-storey residential tower in Kolkata, said to be the tallest building in the city, has been brought under control. No casualties or loss to property has been reported.

  • Mamata Banerjee Largesse For Matuas, Key Scheduled Caste Community In Bengal, Ahead Of 2019

    Mamata Banerjee Largesse For Matuas, Key Scheduled Caste Community In Bengal, Ahead Of 2019

    A new university is to come up at Chandipara, about 85 km north of Kolkata, and it will be called the Harichand Guruchand Thakur University. This was announced by West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee at Thakurnagar in North 24 Parganas.

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