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SC judge recuses from Bengal post-poll violence case

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News video: Bengal post poll violence | Calcutta HC: State action does not inspire confidence | Oneindia News

Bengal post poll violence | Calcutta HC: State action does not inspire confidence | Oneindia News 02:02

A day after the West Bengal govt approached the Calcutta HC to withdraw its 5 judge bench order directing NHRC to constitute a committee to examine complaints filed by people affected by the post-poll violence, the HC court has rejected the state govt's plea. #WestBengal #CalcuttaHC #NHRC

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A Delhi Police officer visited the office of news website, The Wire, in Gole Market area, today apparently for routine checking; The Karnataka HC quashed a notice issued to Twitter India MD Manish Maheshwari by Ghaziabad Police asking him to appear in person for a probe into a communally sensitive video shared on the platform; West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will be the new chairperson of the parliamentary party of the Trinamool Congress. All this and more news at 9 PM. #Pegasus #TheWire #Snooping

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West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee said she will meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi when she visits Delhi next week, she said the PM has given her time; Opposition TMC MPs on Thursday tore papers and flung them into the air, throwing the Rajya Sabha into chaos as IT Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw read a statement on the alleged snooping using Pegasus. All this and more news at 9 PM. #MamataBanerjee #SuperEmergency #DainikBhaskar

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