Bengal DGP summoned by Calcutta High Court in Parui case

The Calcutta High Court today summoned the West Bengal Director General of Police on September 4 to explain why chargesheet was filed in the Parui murder case, in which an independent panchayat member was murdered and a district Trinamool Congress leader was an accused, in apparent haste.

Relief for TMC MP Tapas Pal as HC stays filing of FIR, CID probe

In a relief for Trinamool Congress MP Tapas Pal, a stay has been ordered on registration of FIR and CID probe into his objectionable `rape and shoot` comments against women.

HC extends stay order in Tapas Pal case till Monday

A division bench of the Calcutta High Court on Thursday extended till Monday the stay on the execution of a single bench order directing registration of FIR against Trinamool Congress MP Tapas Pal for his hate speech after hearing both parties.

Mamata government to appeal order for Tapas Paul CID probe today

West Bengal`s Trinamool Congress government will appeal against a Calcutta High Court order directing a CID probe into the rape and violence remarks by party MP Tapas Paul.

Trinamool Congress refuses comment on HC order on Tapas Pal

Ruling Trinamool Congress in West Bengal on Monday declined to comment on the Calcutta High Court order of filing an FIR against party MP Tapas Pal for his controversial comments against women and its direction that the CID probe the matter.

Calcutta HC orders FIR, CID probe against TMC`s Tapas Pal

The Calcutta High Court on Monday ordered filing of an FIR against Trinamool Congress MP-cum-actor Tapas Pal for his controversial comments against women and directed that the CID investigate the matter.

Calcutta HC seeks West Bengal govt`s views on Tapas Pal remarks

The Calcutta High Court sought West Bengal government`s views on Trinamool Congress MP Tapas Pal`s derogatory comments against women and opposition party supporters in connection with a petition seeking action against him.

Why no action in Parui murder case: Calcutta HC to WB govt

The Calcutta High Court on Tuesday asked the West Bengal government why action has not been taken in the murder case of an independent panchayat member in which the name of a district Trinamool Congress leader has cropped up.

Calcutta HC bans battery powered rickshaws

The Calcutta High Court today ordered the district administration in Howrah and Hooghly districts to stop running of battery-operated rickshaws.

Court stays order for West Bengal police chief`s appearance

In a relief to West Bengal`s Mamata Banerjee government, the Calcutta High Court stayed an order passed by its single bench directing the state police chief to personally appear before it and explain inaction against a Trinamool Congress leader for a hate speech.

HC stays single-bench order asking DGP to appear before court

A Calcutta High Court division bench today stayed an order passed by a single bench which asked the state DGP to appear before it and passed caustic observations against Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee in connection with investigation of murder of a panchayat member, in which some Trinamool Congress leaders are accused.

SIT members meet family members of slain TMC leader

Two of the four-member special investigation team formed by the Calcutta High Court to probe the murder of an independent panchayat member in Birbhum district on Saturday met his family members.

Interim injunction on appointment of primary teachers in Bengal

Calcutta High Court granted interim injunction on appointment of primary teachers, who are yet to receive appointment letters, in West Bengal on allegation of irregularities by section of applicants.

HC directs IPS officer Damayanti to probe Madhyamgram gang-rape

The Calcutta High Court on Monday directed that IPS officer Damayanti Sen, who had solved the sensational Park Street gangrape case, would investigate the alleged murder of a gang-rape victim at Madhyamgram

Special Calcutta HC bench to take up Netaji case

The Calcutta High Court on Thursday ordered constitution of a special bench to take up a petition demanding declassification of secret documents on the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.

Do not insist on RTI applicants to provide address: Centre

Government departments should not insist on seeking address of an RTI applicant if a post box number is being provided to them for communication, the Centre has said.

Acquitted by court, condemned by sons

She spent 13 precious years of her life behind bars on being convicted of conspiring to kill her husband before the Calcutta High Court acquitted her. But on Thursday, just a day after her acquittal, Aparajita Bose found her sons condemning her.

Saradha scam: Sen wants special court to hear all cases against him

Saradha group chairman Sudipta Sen, prime accused in the multi-crore chitfund scam, on Wednesday prayed before the Calcutta High Court that a special court be formed to try all cases filed against him, claiming he was ill and overstressed since his arrest in April this year.

Court office vandalised by arrested college teacher`s son

The general record office of the chief judicial magistrate`s court was vandalised and the staff beaten up by a college teacher`s son.

Singer Manna Dey files case against nephew

Manna Dey filed a case in the Calcutta High Court Monday, pleading for police action against his nephew Tarit De.