Bypoll Election Results 2019 Updates: DMK leading in 10 seats, AIADMK trails at six in Tami Nadu for 16 Assembly seats
Bypoll Election Results 2019 Updates|Initial trends for 16 assembly seats in Tamil Nadu showed that DMK is taking the lead in 10 seats while the figure for the ruling AIADMK stands at six. AIADMK faction needs to win at least nine seats of the 22 bypoll seats to remain in power.
Assembly bypolls 2019: 46 seats across 13 states to get new MLAs on 23 May; 'mini elections' in Tamil Nadu to seal fate of EPS govt
On 23 may, besides the 542 Lok Sabha seats, counting of votes will also take place for the bypolls in 46 Assembly constituencies spread across the states of Maharashtra, Goa, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Nagaland, Puducherry, West Bengal, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu
West Bengal BJP chief condemns attack on female party worker, claims police delaying action as 'goons are from TMC'
A video of 48-year-old BJP worker Nilima Dey Sarkar being kicked and beaten has gone viral on social media.
West Bengal bandh: 1,600 arrested during 12-hr BJP-led shutdown; saffron party workers clashed with TMC activists in North Dinajpur district
Scattered incidents of violence, including torching of buses and clashes were witnessed across West Bengal on Wednesday and 1,600 people were arrested during the 12-hour bandh called by the BJP to protest the death of two students in North Dinajpur district.
West Bengal Bandh updates: Fresh violence breaks out in Islampur, where two students were killed; police fires teargas shells
West Bengal Bandh LIVE updates: Fresh violence broke out in Islampur, where two students were killed in alleged police firing. Reports said that protesters torched a bus and clashed with the police, following which the police fired teargas shells.
Calcutta HC adjourns hearing of PIL against BJP's bandh by one day; saffron party to protest killing of two students in WB
The Calcutta High Court on Tuesday adjourned by a day the hearing of a PIL seeking direction to the BJP to withdraw its West Bengal bandh call on Wednesday to protest the killing of two students in North Dinajpur district.
Student killing in West Bengal's Islampur: Mamata Banerjee's TMC hardens stand against BJP's call for 12-hour bandh on 26 Sept
Hardening its stand against the BJP-sponsored 12-hour bandh in West Bengal on 26 September, the Trinamool Congress government on Monday said all steps would be taken to maintain normal life on that day while accusing the saffron party of trying to foment trouble in the state.
One person was killed and 14 others were injured when a mob clashed with the police over entry of newly-appointed Urdu teachers in a school in West Bengal's North Dinajpur district Thursday, police said.
West Bengal tea workers' strike: Trade unions demand minimum wage; protests spread to Jalpaiguri, Darjeeling
The joint forum of trade unions of the tea industry in Bengal began a two-day industrial strike, demanding implementation of minimum wage, among other things