View: Citizenship Bill aims to give dignity denied to Partition victims in east
Over the decades, these erstwhile refugees have not only been seamlessly integrated but many have risen spectacularly.
Death threats, moving houses: Taslima Nasrin completes 25 years of exile abroad
The 'Lajja' author fled Bangladesh after she started receivin...
Taslima Nasreen gets one-year Indian residence permit
The 56-year-old writer was last week given a three-month residence permit following whi...
Zaira Wasim quits Bollywood: Nagma lauds 'courageous girl'; Raveena criticises, Taslima Nasreen calls it a moronic decision
The 18-year-old actress shared a detailed post on social media platforms.
No clarification from Mamata government on why the movie was pulled out of theatres: Director Anik Dutta
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee however denied comment on the issue when she was asked about it during a press conference on Monday.
Bangladesh Muslims in India are illegal immigrants: Tripura Governor
Roy emphasised “Bangladeshi Muslims living in several places in the country are not refugees, but illegal immigrants”.
Will fight fundamentalists until death: Taslima Nasrin
Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasrin, living in exile in India, today said she will not be silenced by fundamentalists and "continue to fight fundamentalists and evil forces until death".
I did not criticise Islam in 'Lajja': Taslima Nasrin
Taslima Nasrin says she did not criticise Islam in her controversial novel "Lajja" and the fatwa against her is because of her criticism of the religion in many of her other books.
A look at ISIS' growing footprints in the subcontinent
Apart from a detailed theological justification of his and his fellow terrorist’s allegiance to Daesh, Ibrahim goes on to detail how rise of Daesh in Bangladesh and Myanmar would impact India.
Facing bans, Taslima Nasrin says no hope of returning to Kolkata
A year after the launch of her book 'Nirbasan' was cancelled at the Fair, Nasrin feels nothing much has changed in West Bengal and she has no hope of returning to the city of joy.
Bangladeshi blogger gets death threat on Facebook
"I feel lodging a police complaint is pointless. Eleven years have passed and the cops haven't been able to do anything about my father's assassins."
Like CPM, Mamata also soft on fundamentalists, says Taslima Nasrin
Kolkata Book Fair cancelled exiled Bangladeshi author Taslima Nasrin's book release, saying the government had warned of security problems.
Taslima Nasrin attacked in Hyderabad
Angry Muslim protesters led by three local lawmakers attacked controversial exiled Bangladeshi writer Taslima Nasrin on Thursday while she was attending the release of her book in southern India and told her to go back to her country.
‘Virgin girl is like sealed bottle,’ Jadavpur University professor posts on Facebook, deletes it
Sarkar, who had even earlier posted comments on Facebook that could be deemed controversial, reportedly wrote a piece, arguing for virgin brides.
All Indians persecuted in foreign land are welcome: Assam Governor
Assam Governor Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya today said all Indian-origin people, including Muslims, persecuted in any foreign lands were welcome in the country.
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