From Babul Supriyo attack to screening Buddha in a Traffic Jam, all the times Jadavpur University students have clashed over ideology
West Bengal governor Jagdeep Dhankhar, accompanied by a sizeable police force, had to rush to the Jadavpur University on Thursday, when students heckled union minister Babul Supriyo, showing him black flags and refusing to let him leave the campus
'Not a place for TikTok': TMC MPs Mimi Chakraborty, Nusrat Jahan trolled for clicking pictures outside Parliament
The act of the two TMC MPs did not seem to go down well with a section of netizens, as a number of messages trolling the two actors appeared on social media.
Since the 2009 polls, the Jadavpur seat is being held by the TMC. Sugata Bose is the sitting MP from Jadavpur. The seat is also significant for having elected stalwarts like Indrajit Gupta of the CPI, Somnath Chatterjee of the CPM and current chief minister Mamata Banerjee.
Lok Sabha Election 2019, Final Phase of voting: West Bengal witnesses minor clashes, records close to 65% turnout till 5 pm
Voting in West Bengal came to an end on Sunday with the last of the seven phases of the 2019 Lok Sabha election drawing to a close
Lok Sabha Election 2019, phase 7: West Bengal records 63.57 percent voter turnout in 9 Lok Sabha seats till 3 pm
In the Kolkata South constituency of West Bengal, TMC candidate Mala Roy alleged that she was stopped from entering polling booths.
West Bengal election: Protests at polling booths in Basirhat, Jadavpur; BJP, voters claim TMC workers not letting people vote
Voters in Basirhat and Jadavpur have alleged that TMC workers are disrupting the election process by not allowing them to vote.
TMC can stop me from attending rallies, but can't stop BJP's victory march in West Bengal, says Amit Shah after cancellation of Jadavpur rally
Addressing a rally at Canning, which comes under Joynagar Lok Sabha constituency, he said, "Mamatadi gets angry if someone chants Jai Shri Ram. I am chanting Jai Shri Ram here today. If you (Mamata) have the guts, arrest me. I will be in Kolkata tomorrow."
All-India strike against govt's labour policies evokes mixed response on day 2; banking, transport services hit partially
The two-day strike by central trade unions evoked mixed response across the country Wednesday, as it entered its second day, with banking and transport services being affected partially and few incidents of violence seen in West Bengal.
Three persons were injured in a scuffle between CPI supporters and pro-Hindutva groups at a rally organised by AISF leader Kanhaiya Kumar in Kolkata
The RSS students' wing ABVP on Monday took out a protest rally outside the university against the anti-national activities of the Left.
Frst transgenders from West Bengal to contest the assembly polls faced with "threats of dire consequences" from "Trinamool goons".
Protests and sloganeering by Jadavpur University students notwithstanding, its Vice Chancellor Suranjan Das on Friday said the varsity would not file FIR against any student.
'Get going, your job is not a tax-free holiday': Smriti Irani warns a class full of vice-chancellors
It isn’t just students who are getting it from the BJP. The party has decided to badger the vice-chancellors of all Indian central universities as well.
A day after pro-Afzal Guru slogans were heard in the prestigious Jadavpur University, its campus was on the boil on Wednesday as posters "seeking independence" for Kashmir and demanding 'freedom' for Manipur and Nagaland were put up by some students, and subsequently torn by a rival group shouting "Bharat Mata ki jai".
Amid the row over anti-India slogans at Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi, slogans eulogising parliament attack mastermind Afzal Guru and demands for "azadi" echoed in Jadavpur University here on Tuesday.
In a bizarre twist to the Jadavpur University controversy, the website of the varsity was "hacked", claimed its registrar on Saturday, and the message posted on the vice chancellor's page saying he is "sorry" has been fabricated by outsiders.
Banerjee, accompanied by Railway minister Mukul Roy, party functionaries and thousands of Trinamool Congress workers, marched five km in south Kolkata today.
After supporting and defending the Mamata Banerjee government in the past, Mahasweta Devi resigned from the post of chairman of Bangla Academy.
Two of the arrested, Amrit Sardar and Arup Mukherjee are allegedly Trinamool Congress workers.