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Burning The Embers

Fresh violence underlines Bengal’s political atrophy

Burning The Embers
Burning The Embers
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Bombs In Bengal

January 2013

  • 72-year-old veteran Left leader Abdul Rezzak Mollah thrashed by TMC activists on January 6
  • Fifteen people injured, close to half of them with bullet injuries, after violent clashes erupt between TMC and CPI(M) activists
  • Cars, vehicles set on fire and CPI(M) cadres attacked on Jan 8

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