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Beedis are popular hand-rolled cigarettes that provide income for many women and children in #India 's West Bengal state. But labor advocates say #Beedi  workers face health hazards and low wages. 🚬

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India’s women will "remember Mr. Modi’s campaign in West Bengal for its brazen misogyny and toxic masculinity," says @MahuaMoitra , a member of the Indian Parliament from the All India Trinamool Congress.

India’s women will "remember Mr. Modi’s campaign in West Bengal for its brazen misogyny and toxic masculinity," says @MahuaMoitra , a member of the Indian Parliament from the All India Trinamool Congress.

India’s women will "remember Mr. Modi’s campaign in West Bengal for its brazen misogyny and toxic masculinity," says @MahuaMoitra , a member of the Indian Parliament from the All India Trinamool Congress.

NCW takes cognizance of post poll violence against women in West Bengal; asks state police to act in matter.

India’s women will "remember Mr. Modi’s campaign in West Bengal for its brazen misogyny and toxic masculinity," says @MahuaMoitra , a member of the Indian Parliament from the All India Trinamool Congress.

#NewsAlert | NCW chief Rekha Sharma reaches West Bengal to take stock of situation. 'Women of West Bengal or anyone who wants to share the grievances related to women of state can reach me here, email me chairperson-nc @nic .in or WhatsApp at +91 98118 99927.'

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Taking suo motu cognizance of violence against women in Nandigram, West Bengal, National Commission for Women demands inquiry into the matter. In a letter to DGP, Chairperson Rekha Sharma has sought immediate action against the accused persons: National Commission for Women

Taking suo motu cognizance of violence against women in Nandigram, West Bengal, National Commission for Women demands inquiry into the matter. In a letter to DGP, Chairperson Rekha Sharma has sought immediate action against the accused persons: National Commission for Women

#Exclusive | "I do not consider that we (BJP) have lost in West Bengal," @himantabiswa  to @rahulkanwal . Also adds women voters have favored #BJP  in #Assam . #ResultsOnIndiaToday 

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Yesterday, after many years, the polling process was held without any incident of violence in West Bengal. I want to thank the women of West Bengal for polling in favour of the BJP. BJP will form government in West Bengal with more than 200 seats: Union Home Minister Amit Shah

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@OnReality_Check  | 'PM Modi is like God for us,' say women voters who have gathered to attend PM Modi's poll rally in Nadia district of West Bengal

Ma, Maati & Mafia? The attack on @me_locket  by TMC goons is utterly shameful. It's no wonder that women in Wild West Bengal are reposing their faith in @narendramodi  & voting for @BJP4Bengal  in the millions. Just a few more weeks for the state's rescue from anarchy.

As the 4th phase of the West Bengal elections begin, urging the people voting today to do so in record numbers. I would especially request the youth and women to vote in large numbers.

The elderly mother of a BJP worker was thrashed. She died yesterday. But Mamata Didi speaks of women security. People of West Bengal are well aware of this contradiction. Entire Bengal doesn't want infiltration but wants implementation of CAA: Union HM Amit Shah in Nandigram

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West Bengal: Several Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) workers including women were injured after they were lathi-charged by Police while protesting outside Khardah Police Station, earlier today. "Law & order situation has collapsed in the state," says, Arjun Singh, BJP MP.

Dilip Ghosh, West Bengal BJP Chief on Delhi's Shaheen Bagh protest: During demonetisation, a lot was said about people dying in queues. Now,when women are sitting with children where the temperature is 4-5 degrees celsius, nobody is dying. What amrit (nectar) did they take?(28.1)

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West Bengal: Vehicles parked near Amit Shah's rally venue in East Midnapore, vandalized. BJP's Rahul Sinha says, "TMC is afraid of our strength that's why they committed violence. Unfortunate that everything happened in front of police, attackers didn't even spare women workers."

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