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Owaisi sees red over Mamata Banerjee's 'extremists among minorities' remark at AIMIM

Owaisi hit back at the chief minister saying: "Our fight is for justice. If this reminds the CM of extremism, then extremism is that she allowed the BJP to win 18 Lok Sabha seats."

BJP worker’s murder in Arambagh: BJP observes 12-hour bandh, TMC calls it flop

BJP minority cell member Sheikh Amir Ali was beaten up following a clash allegedly between workers of the ruling TMC and BJP on Sunday. Ali, an e-rickshaw driver, had succumbed to his injuries at Calcutta Medical College in Kolkata.


Hooghly: BJP minority cell member killed in clash, four arrested

Blaming the TMC workers for the murder, the BJP has called for a 12-hour bandh in Arambagh on Wednesday, even as the ruling party has denied the allegations, calling it a “fallout of personal enmity”.

Kolkata: TMC regains control of Naihati civic body from BJP

According to state BJP sources, the party is miffed with the developments and feels that taking leaders of TMC and other parties without background check into its fold had led to the embarrassing situation.

West Bengal 2020 Civic Elections: 600 TMC leaders to visit 2,000 villages with three poll kits

The “Didi Ke Bolo” digital campaign was launched by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on July 29 to reach out to the masses and strengthen her party’s grassroots connection.

West Bengal: No breakthrough in triple murder, CID steps in

On Saturday, four teams of CID, including a forensic team, arrived at the house and worked for over five hours to lift fingerprints and other clues, besides reconstructing the crime scene. They went around the neighbourhood and took statements from local residents.


Another Bengal murder triggers blame game between BJP, TMC

West Bengal BJP general secretary Subrata Chatterjee, tweeted, “Another BJP worker has had to sacrifice while protecting democracy in West Bengal. Debnath has been shot dead by Trinamool Congress (TMC) criminals.”

West Bengal: Three held for murder of TMC leader

On Monday night, six bike-borne miscreants shot dead Kurban Ali Shahar, Trinamool Congress’s Panchayat Samiti vice-president of Pashkura area, from a point-blank range at his block office.

Saradha scam: Former Kolkata top cop Rajeev Kumar surrenders before city court, granted bail

Observing that it was not an appropriate case for custodial interrogation, a division bench of the high court had said Rajiv Kumar, if arrested by CBI, would have to be released immediately on bail by an appropriate court on two sureties of Rs 50,000 each.

Exclusion of Hindu Bengalis from Assam NRC changing political narrative in Bengal

The demand for the NRC exercise to weed out infiltrators has been gaining momentum since last year in the state, which shares over 2000-km-long border with Bangladesh.

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Mamata Banerjee's TMC observes its annual Martyrs' Day today, to unveil strategy for next LS polls

In Photos: The Martyrs’ Day rally is organised by the party every year on July 21 in the memory of 13 Youth Congress activists killed in police firing in 1993 during the Left Front regime in West Bengal.

TMC supporters celebrate sweeping victory, BJP secures second spot

The ruling Trinamool Congress is all set for a clean sweep in the three-tier West Bengal panchayat polls, the counting for which began on Thursday morning amid tight security.


Bengal civic polls: Trinamool Congress shows its grip on state with clean sweep

The victories reiterate the Trinamool Congress’ continuing hold over urban electorate.

Jadavpur University crisis: Trinamool youth wing holds counter rally

Trinamool Congress Chatra Parishad (TMCP) took out a rally to counter the procession which students of Jadavpur University took out on September 19.

Didi, Amma wave: TMC, AIADMK win big

Supporters of TMC and AIADMK celebrated their victory in the Lok Sabha Polls.

Abhishek Banerjee files nomination, Moon Moon Sen campaigns along with daughters

Mamata Banerjee's nephew, Abhishek, files his nomination ahead of polls in West Bengal.


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Govt. following 'Divisive India' over 'Digital India': Derek O' Brien

Hyderabad, Jan 20 (ANI): Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader Derek O'Brien on Wednesday alleged that the NDA Government is following a 'Divisive India' policy by dividing students on the basis of caste.He added that on the one hand, Centre talks of 'Digital India' while on the other it plays politics of caste with students. He was addressing students protesting against the recent suicide of a Dalit scholar in the Hyderabad University.

PM Modi has links with terrorist: TMC

Kolkata, Jan 06 (ANI): Trinamool Congress (TMC) Party leader Idris Ali on Wednesday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of having links with terrorist in regard to the Pathankot terror attack. He questioned the recent visit of Prime Minister Modi to Pakistan, saying that there was something suspicious. He also stated that Communist Party of India (M) leader Gautam Deb would be strictly dealt with for making absurd remarks over Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee over the Saradha scam row.