Mamata Banerjee

Mamata Banerjee is the current Chief Minister of West Bengal and the chairperson of the All India Trinamool Congress (TMC). Her party won the Legislative Assembly elections in Bengal in 2011 after 34 years of rule by the Communist Party of India (Marxist). Banerjee began her political career in the 1970s as part of the Congress and later split away from it, forming the TMC. She gained popularity in the state by her determined opposition to the land acquisition policies of the CPI(M) for industrialisation. Before becoming the Chief Minister of the state, she held the position of railway minister for two terms. Popularly known as 'didi' in Bengal, she was listed by the Time magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in the world.
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Karnataka ministry expansion: Rahul Gandhi speaks to Deve Gowda

Rahul Gandhi turns 48: PM Narendra Modi, Mamata Banerjee extend birthday wishes to Congress chief

This is Rahul Gandhi’s first birthday since he took over the reins of the Congress party from his mother Sonia Gandhi.

TMC sweeps violent Bengal panchayat polls, BJP is distant second, CPM and Congress trail

It isn’t just Trinamool

Politics in Bengal is about total domination by Party, irrespective of party in power.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee (second from right), Karnataka CM H D Kumaraswamy (third from right), Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan (second from left) and Andhra Pradesh CM N Chandrababu Naidu (left) during a meeting with wife of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Sunita, at her residence.

United against Modi, divided at home: Kejriwal’s crisis shows how the 2019 polls might be fought

A pre-poll national alliance, as opposed to regional alliances, is not consistent with the autonomous aspirations of people. If it hasn’t happened naturally in the past, the BJP is now making it happen by usurping the rights of the states as it did in Delhi.

Asked PM to intervene, resolve ‘constitutional crisis’ in Delhi, say four CMs after NITI Aayog meeting

Asked PM to intervene, resolve ‘constitutional crisis’ in Delhi, say four CMs after NITI Aayog meeting

Kejriwal and three of his ministers have been sitting in at the office of Delhi’s lieutenant governor for the past week to press their demand that the L-G should get the capital’s striking government officials back to work.

Mamata Banerjee: PM Narendra Modi didn't say anything when we raised Delhi crisis with him arvind kejriwal niti aayog

Mamata Banerjee: PM Narendra Modi didn’t say anything when we raised Delhi crisis with him

Mamata Banerjee, Pinarayi Vijayan, N Chandrababu Naidu and H D Kumaraswamy had a meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Rajnath Singh on the sidelines of the NITI Aayog Governing Council meeting and urged the Centre to resolve the issue.

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Bengal: Following carcass flesh controversy, govt ropes in film stars asking people to have meat

“I readily agreed to be featured in the campaign on being asked by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to dispel misgivings among people about buying meat and be careful to check its freshness before purchase,” Prosenjit Chatterjee said.

‘Central govt destroying federal structure’: Four non-BJP CMs back Arvind Kejriwal on standoff with L-G

AAP dharna HIGHLIGHTS: The four CM’s had sought an appointment with the L-G but were refused permission. “We were told that the LG is not at home. Our demand is very simple: Sort out the issue, let the elected government work,” Naidu told reporters.

Mamata Banerjee: PM Narendra Modi didn't say anything when we raised Delhi crisis with him arvind kejriwal niti aayog

AAP dharna: Mamata Banerjee denied permission to meet Kejriwal at L-G’s office

Stepping up the attack on the PM, Raghav Chadha said, “Stopping democratically elected CM of West Bengal from meeting her counterpart, democratically elected CM of Delhi is extremely petty. Shows the insecurity of PM Modi.”

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee at the prayer gathering at Red Road in Kolkata on Saturday. (Twitter/@MamataOfficial)

Does loving Hindus mean hating Muslims: CM Mamata on minority appeasement charge

The BJP and some other organisations have been accusing the Bengal CM of indulging in appeasement of Muslims for political reasons.

West Bengal govt plans to bring law to tackle fake news

The state government has been preparing a databank on fake news circulated on social media in West Bengal and other parts of the country in the past couple of years, besides keeping records of past offenders while framing the new law, the official said.

Mamata Banerjee: PM Narendra Modi didn't say anything when we raised Delhi crisis with him arvind kejriwal niti aayog

Mamata Banerjee may attend NITI Aayog meeting on Sunday

As heads of other states also expressed their unwillingness to attend it due to the same reason, Niti Aayog shifted the meeting by a day.

Rapid pace of infrastructure development to provide more investment opportunities: Mamata Banerjee

“Expenditure on physical infrastructure in state has increased almost four-fold since 2011,” Mamata Banerjee wrote on her Facebook page. The CM also stated that her government has sanctioned Rs 18,000 crore for infrastructure development projects.

Mamata Banerjee: PM Narendra Modi didn't say anything when we raised Delhi crisis with him arvind kejriwal niti aayog

Mamata Banerjee reshuffles Bengal Cabinet, takes 7th portfolio

Mamata Banerjee, who held six portfolios, also took charge of Tribal Development. The portfolio was previously held by James Kujur, who was among the ministers dropped Tuesday.

Mamata Banerjee slams Centre for ‘irregularities’ in NEET, rise in prices of medicines

“In this year’s NEET exam, students from our state could not perform well because of problems in translation. English and Bengali question papers were different. They are not giving priority to regional needs,” Mamata Banerjee said.

Tale of two Bengal deaths: TMC vs BJP, personal and political

On May 30, Trilochon’s body was found along with a message, written on his T-shirt as well as on a paper attached to it, saying he was killed for daring to join the BJP. He had gone missing the evening before.