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Kolkata: TMC retains KMC ward 117, vote share up by 19 per cent

TMC candidate Amit Singh bagged 7,926 votes out of a total 12,015 (65.97 per cent), which is around 19 per cent more than the previous election, when it received 46.86 per cent of the vote.

Hakim elected Kolkata Mayor with 121 votes, sets agenda

After winning the mayoral election, Hakim became the first Muslim to hold the post of Kolkata Mayor post independence. The result was announced by municipal secretary Harihar Prasad Mondal.

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Kolkata: Hakim files nomination for Kolkata mayor post, election on December 3

BJP candidate Meena Devi Purohit, who is a councillor, also filed her nomination papers an hour later.

West Bengal: On Firhad Hakim’s agenda, water supply, dengue outbreaks

Hakim’s appointment was announced after the previous mayor, Sovan Chatterjee, resigned on Thursday.

Kolkata Municipal Corporation trying to suppress dengue outbreak instead of controlling it: Left Front

Three deaths due to dengue were reported on Friday, while at least two more people passed away due to the vector-borne disease on Saturday. The official dengue death toll in the state was 38 and the recent deaths were yet to be verified.

Kolkata: Century-old residential building collapses, two dead

Many such dilapidated buildings, all will be evacuated, says Kolkata Mayor. “The building was definitely very old. However, it seems that the continuous rain brought down the building. The broken bricks were completely wet,” said a police officer.

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Bandh: 3 strikes halt Bengal, after ruckus over civic poll results

State buses once again bore the brunt of the strike. Buses were ransacked in several areas across the city. As many as 25 buses were stoned in different parts of the state.

Trinamool on top as Bengal civic body results pour in, no luck for BJP

Of the 144 wards in Kolkata Municipal Corporation, TMC has taken an unassailable lead in 85

Not my duty to set social parameter for peaceful polls: SEC Upadhyaya

“I am not a social scientist and it is not my duty to set any social parameter about what is peaceful and what isn’t,” Upadhyaya said.

SEC issues showcause notice to two presiding officers, poll observers

Show-cause notices have been issued against presiding officers of booth number 26 (under Ward 65) and booth number 32 (Ward 134).

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