West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee extended support to Bollywood actor Aamir Khan who is at the centre of a controversy over his remarks on ‘growing intolerance’ in the country.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday addressed over a lakh Muslims at a rally of the Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind (JUH) at Shahid Minar ground in Kolkata, triggering speculations of an understanding between the Jamiat and the Trinamool Congress in the run up to the Assembly polls next year. Asked if Jamiat would enter into a seat-sharing […]
Mamata said: “After the floods in Chennai, funds from Delhi reached there within seven days. But even after eight months of floods in Bengal, not a single paisa was given to us for relief and rehabilitation.”
At the event, Mamata inaugurated and laid the foundation stone of a host of development projects covering roads, water supply and health care facilities.
Mamata’s presence can be seen significant in view of the upcoming Assembly polls scheduled next year.
West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee expressed her happiness with Hollywood movies being screened at different parks of the city.
Between April and August, Banerjee has written three letters to PM Modi, stressing on the manner in which alteration to the funding pattern of CSS had led to “financial and social development disaster”.
Mamata Banerjee on Monday (November 16) condoled the death of Saeed Jaffrey, who passed away at the age of 86.
Meanwhile, according to another school of thought, Sonia’s message comes at a time when Trinamool’s role in Rajya Sabha has become key.
There’s more to Congress president Sonia Gandhi’s Diwali message to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, specially at a time when the Congress is courting the Left.
The midnight blue of the Goddess Kali mingled with the blue-and-white of the Trinamool Congress — shimmering blue lights, a blue gate, blue curtains and a blue pandal.
BJP leaders admitted in private that their organisational structure is in disarray and a large chunk of their new upper-caste Hindu support base may shift to the TMC.
“The Centre has slashed funds for 37 projects and 50 schemes in the last one year.”
Mamata said that she had invited the Chinese commerce and investment minister and the business delegation to attend the upcoming Biswa Bangla Business Summit.
Mamata Banerjee announced 50 per cent subsidy to the small scale industry sector in Cooch Behar, where two medical medical colleges would also be set up.