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How history Of Hindu revivalism is helping BJP to project itself as an integral part of Bengal's culture
The "Hindutva" of the RSS is very different from the "Hindu Revivalism" movement but with time the Bharatiya Janata Party, which is considered as the political front of the RSS , has adopted various cultural icons to connect itself with the cultural Hinduism of India.
How aggressive Ram Navami celebrations paved the way for BJP in Bengal: Read an excerpt from Sambit Pal's new book
The lavish Ram Navami celebrations were the VHP and its associate organisations’ answer to Muharram processions in Bengal. The BJP rode on this wave to extract political benefit out of it, writes Sambit Pal
Narendra Modi claims 40 TMC MLAs 'in touch': PM's appalling remarks underline BJP's desperation in West Bengal
That the prime minister to encourage this improper contact beggars belief because it amounts to abetment, perhaps encouragement, of an improper, if not illegal, act.
TMC accuses Narendra Modi of horse-trading after PM says 40 party MLAs were in touch with him, lodges complaint with EC
Trinamool Congress leader Derek O' Brien Monday accused Prime Minister Narendra Modi of horse trading for saying at a poll rally that 40 party MLAs are in touch with him and said it would complain to the Election Commission.
Lok Sabha Election 2019 updates: 'Tumse na ho payega,' tweets Congress after reports say Modi won't hold press conference on 26 April
Lok Sabha Election 2019 LIVE updates: After multiple media reports claimed that the BJP has denied Prime Minister Narendra Modi would hold a press conference on 26 April, Congress wrote on Twitter, "Tumse na ho payega (You won't be able to do it)." Modi is scheduled to visit Varanasi on Friday to filing his nomination.
Mamata Banerjee biopic: EC seeks report from West Bengal poll officer after BJP complains about film's release during LS polls
The BJP had approached the Election Commission seeking a ban on the release of the Mamata Banerjee biopic till the Lok Sabha election is over.
Lok Sabha polls: Voters disillusioned by TMC infighting, corruption could deliver victory to BJP in West Bengal
The walls of huts are painted with pink lotuses and the graffiti reads “vote for BJP.” Saffron flags are ubiquitous, dangling from branches of trees, peeping out of windows and sticking out of doors.
Crowd enthusiasm is certainly one measure of voter interest, but it is not the only measure and it is not a reliable indicator of a party’s prospects at the electoral hustings. This is truer even more in West Bengal where BJP’s organisational strength and grassroots structure do not match its expectations
BJP making inroads in Bengal clear from crowd at Modi's Kolkata rally; TMC's minority appeasement policy a factor
The crowd at Narendra Modi's rally at Kolkata must have the BJP mighty pleased as its strength matched that of public rallies held by former West Bengal chief minister Jyoti Basu, or even the incumbent, Mamata Banerjee.
Bharati Ghosh joins BJP, but former Bengal IPS officer's chequered career at odds with saffron party's stated stand on corruption
BJP inducted Bharati Ghosh, a former police officer, into its ranks in West Bengal. Ghosh, an officer once much favoured by the Trinamool Congress government and leadership, has had a chequered career that is worth recounting in some detail to make a larger point about the party that still controls the Centre
Mamata Banerjee govt 'welcomes infiltrators, Rohingya' but has no place for refugees, says Amit Shah at rally in Bengal's Contai
BJP president Amit Shah on Tuesday demanded that West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee should clear her stand on the Citizenship Amendment Bill, while accusing that her government welcomes infiltrators but has no place in the state for refugees.
Mukul Roy's resignation not a big blow to Mamata's TMC, but he's the heavyweight BJP badly needs in West Bengal
There will be a temptation to interpret Mukul Roy's resignation from Trinamol Congress working committee as a 'big jolt' to Mamata Banerjee.
A BJP party office in Telipukur area of Burdwan town caught fire on Monday night, police said.
BJP's national secretary Siddharth Nath Singh said that the onus was on the state governments to stop such activities.
Amit Shah attacked Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, alleging she was focused on trying to save her chitfund scam 'tainted' leaders instead of governing the state.
After Sakshi Maharaj, another BJP leader in Bengal said Hindu mothers should produce five children. Are BJP leaders racing for who can stoop the lowest?
Left leaders submitted a memorandum with PM Narendra Modi asking him to probe into Trinamool's role in Saradha chit fund scams.
Arrested by CBI in multi-crore Saradha chit fund scam, West Bengal Transport Minister Madan Mitra's police custody ends on Friday.
BJP attacked CM Mamata Banerjee for blaming RAW for the Burdwan blast saying her remarks were against national interest.