West Bengal labourers, back from Kashmir after Kulgam attack, see little option but to return to Valley to make ends meet
Group hailing from West Bengal, Assam was brought back at initiative of West Bengal government after five labourers from state were gunned down in terror attack in Kulgam last month
Man dies after falling into overflowing drain in Bengal's Jalpaiguri district as incessant rains wreaks havoc
A man died in West Bengal's Jalpaiguri district after he fell into an overflowing drain, as incessant rain continued to wreak havoc.
TMC writes to Chief Election Commissioner against transfer of Coochbehar SP, calls move arbitrary, biased
The TMC Tuesday transferred West Bengal's Coochbehar district Superintendent of Police (SP) Abhishek Gupta, two days ahead of the Lok Sabha polls in the area.
Lok Sabha polls: Mamata Banerjee hits out at Narendra Modi in Bengal rally, urges voters to 'throw' PM out of power, politics
Hitting out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi's comment at Coochbehar district that Mamata Banerjee and the TMC of suffering from fear psychosis of Modi, Banerjee warned him not to threaten her as it will be the biggest mistake
West Bengal BJP files caveat in SC over its proposed rath yatra in state, seeks to be heard if any case is filed
A division bench of the Calcutta High Court came down heavily on the West Bengal government Friday for not responding to BJP's letters, seeking permission for three rath yatra in the state.
'Who will take responsibility for potential mishap?': HC quizzes BJP over dragging West Bengal govt to court over permission for Amit Shah rally
The West Bengal government has refused permission to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah's proposed 'rath yatra' from Coochbehar on grounds that it might cause communal tension, the state's advocate general informed the Calcutta High Court on Thursday.
One person was killed and a number of people were injured in a clash between supporters of two political parties in CoochBehar district, police said on Monday.
The West Bengal State Election Commission (SEC) ordered repolling in 568 booths on Wednesday following complaints of violence during the pancahayat polls
Icy winds walloped most areas in West Bengal intensifying the prevailing cold conditions even as the MeT office on Monday forecast similar conditions for the next few days
The situation in parts of the six flood-hit northern districts of West Bengal has improved as the water was receding though several areas in Malda district remained inundated.
The situation in the flood-ravaged districts of north West Bengal improved further as water receded from most of the submerged areas in the absence of major rainfall in the region, a senior official of the state disaster management department said on Wednesday.
Floods in Bihar claimed 26 more lives though the situation in deluge-battered Assam; West Bengal inched closer to normal with water receding in most of the affected parts
West Bengal floods: People return to their homes as situation improves; train tracks still inundated
People have started returning to their homes in the six water-ravaged districts of north Bengal, as the situation improved in the absence of major rainfall
The districts of Gangetic West Bengal are likely to receive moderate thunderstorm till Tuesday, the meteorological department said.
A sex workers' organisation is using X-Ray test as a tool to determine the age of the girls who are about to join flesh trade in West Bengal
Prohibitory orders under section 144 CrPC will be promulgated on poll day and enforced strictly to ensure that any unlawful assembly is effectively curbed.
With the enclave residents all set to vote for the first time since Independence, the new voters are being aggressively wooed by various political parties, who are taking credit for resolving the 68-year old border dispute.
Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday accused the BJP of inciting the separate statehood movement in Coochbehar district.
More than 9,000 persons living in 51 enclaves in Coochbehar district will exercise their franchise for the first time on 5 May.
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday said 108 people from the state who were in Nepal on various purposes were yet to be traced and efforts were on to locate them.