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DNA Friday, 2 December 2016
Bedlam continued in both houses of the Parliament on Friday as the Trinamool Congres (TMC) raised the issue of the army's deployment in West Bengal. Stating that West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was still staying put at the state secretariat Nabanna to protest against the deployment of the army in the area, after...
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News video: Army terms deployment across West Bengal as routine annual exercise

Army terms deployment across West Bengal as routine annual exercise 02:29

Kolkata, Dec 02 (ANI): The Indian Army today rubbished allegations of its personnel collecting money at toll booths across West Bengal and called them 'baseless'. Calling it a routine annual exercise, officiating General Officer Commanding (GOC) of Headquarters Bengal Area, Major General...

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