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West Bengal: Uluberia Lok Sabha bypoll likely to be a contest between TMC and BJP
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West Bengal: Uluberia Lok Sabha bypoll likely to be a contest between TMC and BJP

The ensuing by-election in Uluberia Lok Sabha constituency in Howrah district is likely to witness a contest between the ruling Trinamool Congress and the BJP although the CPM is trying to hold its ground in the seat which was once its bastion.

West Bengal riots: BJP accuses Mamata govt of practising 'appeasement' ; to launch 'Save Bengal' campaign today
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West Bengal riots: BJP accuses Mamata govt of practising 'appeasement' ; to launch 'Save Bengal' campaign today

Accusing the Mamata Banerjee-led government of practising "politics of appeasement", the BJP said it would take out a "Save Bengal" march from Raj Ghat

West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee denies rioting in Dhulagarh, blames social media
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West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee denies rioting in Dhulagarh, blames social media

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today denied any incident of rioting at Dhulagarh in Howrah district and alleged that "wrong information" was being given on social media.

Dhulagarh riots: West Bengal town on the boil after communal violence
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Dhulagarh riots: West Bengal town on the boil after communal violence

Dhulagarh, a town 25 km west of Kolkata, has been simmering for the past fortnight, following communal clashes that saw people's houses and shops being targetted and set on fire

Bengal: BJP delegation to visit Dhulagarh, enquire on communal violence incident
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Bengal: BJP delegation to visit Dhulagarh, enquire on communal violence incident

A three-MP delegation of BJP will visit Dhulagarh in West Bengal on Saturday to look into incidents of violence, the party said on Friday

West Bengal: BJP to send team of MPs to violence-hit parts in Howrah to corner TMC
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West Bengal: BJP to send team of MPs to violence-hit parts in Howrah to corner TMC

BJP will also approach the National Human Rights Commission and will also move the union Home Ministry regarding the recent communal riots in the state.