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Except 8 all Newspapers Banned in West Bengal Names of 8 Newspapers which are allowed in West Bengal

Except 8 all Newspapers Banned in West Bengal Names of 8 Newspapers which are allowed in West Bengal

WB all English Newspapers are banned in WB libraries.
Thus Times of India is banned.
Hindustan Times is banned.
The Telegraph is banned.



Not only this No. 1 leading Bengali are newspapers also banned namely
Ananda Bazar Patrika or the Bartaman.

Circular Dated 14 March ordered named eight newspapers that should henceforth be stocked in public libraries.

Following are the newspapers which are allowed in West Bengal Libraries.

1. Sangbad Pratidin (Bengali)

2. Sakalbela (Bengali)

3. Ak Din (Bengali)

4. 365 din (Bengali)

5. Dainik Statesman (Bengali)

6. Azad Hind (Urdu)

7. Akbar-e-Masriq (Urdu)

8. Sanmarg (Hindi)

This order is like the orders of Taliban leaders, it’s the murder of democracy and freedom of speech and thought , who are the politicians to decide which newspapers citizens should read.

Media has reported that only newspapers who support the Mamata Banerjee and her political party were selected.

Someone should file a PIL in the court regarding above circular banning English newspapers a Talibani undemocratic order.
sure he will win that case.

Suggested Reading –

Short biography of Mamata Banerjee, Railway Minister of India

http://realityviews.blogspot.in/2010/07/short-autobiography-of-mamata-banerjee.html


Reality views by sm –

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Tags – WB Newspapers Banned Mamata Banerjee TMC



16 comments:

Rajesh March 29, 2012  

This is Taliban style.

Destination Infinity March 29, 2012  

I don't think this order will stay. It's quite silly.

Destination Infinity

BK Chowla, March 29, 2012  

No one should forget,Mamata is an old congress hand

दिगम्बर नासवा March 29, 2012  

अब ममता जी का राज है तो उनकी तो चलनी ही है ...

Bikramjit March 29, 2012  

Excellent .. soon only bengali's will be alowed ot live in bengal :)

Bikram's

Jolly Princess March 29, 2012  

I guess they found something inappropriate in the news papers. As we say, the boss may not be always right, but still he is the boss. I do hope the disagreement that caused the ban will be settled soon.