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Tussle over Tagore between Amit Shah and Mamata Banerjee ahead of assembly polls in Bengal

Kolkata: Poll-bound Bengal today witnessed a political tussle over Tagore between Narendra Modi's second-in-command Amit Shah and state chief minister Mamata Banerjee's party. It was the second act of the day's Tamasha as the prime...

Shah thunders against Mamata’s Parivarbad but inducts the babalogs and tainted turncoats of TMC

Midnapore/Kolkata: Union home minister and BJP number two Amit Shah, today bagged ten Bengal MLAs in his kitty, seven from Mamata Banerjee's TMC and two from the Lefts as well as one from the Congress....

BJP moves from communal to inhuman politics, say farm bills protestors

Kolkata: Showing solidarity with the protesting farmers, Soukat Beriwala chose to march from Raja Bazar to Moulali, demanding for the farm bills to be repealed. Beriwala, son of a farmer, maintained that the bills aim...

Mamata Vs Centre face off over Bengal cadre IPS officers

Kolkata: On yet another issue, Mamata Banerjee led Bengal government and centre have locked horns. The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) on Thursday sent a fresh letter to Mamata Banerjee government asking immediate release of...

As Bengal election nears, BJP to organize Durga Puja in Kolkata

Kolkata: Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) is eyeing to cash on the biggest festival of West Bengal, Durga Puja. Bengal BJP has decided to organise a Durga Puja in Kolkata. Last year, Union Home Minister Amit Shah had...

Durga to be worshipped as a migrant worker in many pujas in Bengal

Kolkata: In West Bengal, it’s been a tradition for puja pandals in and around Kolkata to always resonate the present social issues through their themes. Despite the pandemic, this year too puja committees has several surprises...

BJP marches against Mamata to highlight rise of crimes in Bengal

Kolkata: At a time when there is rage against Bharatiya Janata Party led government in Uttar Pradesh for large number of rape cases especially against Dalit community across the country, BJP led a protest march...

Supreme Court directs Centre and State Govt to help sex workers, WB Govt allows them to have ration cards

Kolkata: Responding to a Public Interest Litigation (PIL) filed by Kolkata-based Durbar Mahila Samanwaya Committee (DMSC) the Supreme Court finally instructed the central and state governments to urgently consider providing relief to sex workers in...

Muted in grandeur, Pujas won’t give themes a miss

Kolkata: At a time when all the festivals and celebrations are going through uncertain times due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Durga Puja organisers and Maa’s followers are heaving a sigh of relief that at least...

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Election commission curtails campaigning in Bengal, post violence in Amit Shah’s rally

Kolkata: The Election Commission of India chose to curtail the election campaigning in Bengal one day ahead of its scheduled time for the 7th...

The mind of an extra-ordinary actor

Incidentally, the last film I watched in the theatres before the country went into lockdown, was Irrfan Khan’s last release in India ‘Angrezi Medium’....

Bengal, sitting on a tinder box? A sting operation blows the lid off riots plan

Kolkata: Babri Masjid and Ram Mandir nirmaan has always been a big tool for electoral gains for the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) ever since...

Captured: Rain greeting Jaipur after a long spell

Jaipur: Jaipur, the state capital of Rajasthan had heavy rain after more than a fortnight long dry spell. The two hours rain, while brought...

Bengal Poll Analysts Give a Thumbs Down to Exit Poll Results 

Kolkata: Within hours of General Elections 2019 wrapping up formally in India, at least five exit poll results were released. With all eyes on...