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West Bengal and 21 February- UNESCO International Mother Language Day

Bengali speaking people of West Bengal want to enjoy the reflected glory from Bangladesh on 21 February on a wrong premise.

बंगाल में हिन्दू देवी देवताओं की तस्वीर बनाने वाली रंजीता पर टीएमसी कार्यकताओं ने फेका तेजाब

रंजीता अभी वाराणसी के एक अस्पताल में है और इलाज चल रहा है जिसका खर्च उठाने में उनका परिवार सक्षम नही है। बंगाल में हिंदुओं पर हिंसा दिनों दिन बढ़ते जा रहे है बंगाल हिंदुस्तान का एक राज्य होते हुए भी हिंदुओ के लिए सुरक्षित नही है क्यों?

Islamic brainwashing in west Bengal: An effort to make Bengali Hindus forget their identity

Bengali Hindus are slowly but steadily forgetting their identity. They are identifying themselves more as Muslim and less as Hindus.

एक कविता कार्यकर्ता के नाम

हार जीत का सबसे ज्यादा फर्क; उसको ही पड़ता है. नेता आते हैं जाते; कार्यकर्ता वहीं रह जाता है.

बंगाल की हिंसा और हिंदुत्व समर्थक वर्ग का गुस्सा

ममता के पास अपने १० वर्षों के शासनकाल में जनता को दिखाने के लिए कुछ नहीं था अतः उन्होंने खुलकर मुस्लिम तुष्टिकरण की नीति पर चलते हुए हिन्दुओं को भरमाने का काम किया।

Addressing the primary complaint of the youths of Bengal- BJP indulges in religious politics

The fusion of religion and politics happened for the first time when MK Gandhi fused together a purely Nationalist political movement of Non-Cooperation with a purely religious movement of Khilafat - It has always puzzled me as to why a purely religious movement was amalgamated with a Nationalist movement.

Hindu Bengalis of east Pakistan and Bangladesh: A persecuted & forgotten community

Blinded by secularism, some refugees like Bikash Ranjan Bhattacharya even publicly ate beef in Kolkata during 2015 to express solidarity with Muslims of India. But at what cost they have been doing so?

A requiem for unsung victim: Bengali Hindus of Bangladesh

one of the most underreported cases of persistent ethnocide in the post-colonial period had certainly been with the Bengali Hindus of East Bengal. In terms of magnitude of brutality and spread on scale of time, it has hardly had any parallel in contemporary history.

The Wire’s Monobina Gupta is pondering over the idea of a new Bangladesh, this time within India

Monobina Gupta, Managing Editor of The Wire, has exclusively written a piece assessing the possibility of linguistic 'Bangla nationalism' the key driver leading to the creation of Bangladesh, as a counter to what she calls 'Hindi-Hindu nationalism'.

Why NRC in Assam worries a Hindu whose mother tongue is Bengali

Is there no distinction between an intruder and someone whose culture is indigenous to the culture of India.

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