Latest News on West Bengal Polls
Showing of 0 - 10 from 9 results
West Bengal Polls - Total results - 9
May 19, 2016
Counting of votes for West Bengal beginsArray
May 06, 2016
West Bengal polls: A fierce battle ends but what about vendetta politics?Array
May 05, 2016
Last action hero: Why Kolkatans should be proud of police commissioner Soumen MitraHe may not keep his job beyond 19 May but in this very short time, Mitra has already demonstrated the difference one upright officer can make.
Apr 11, 2016
'Foe's foe is my friend, at least for now' seems to be the motto during the West Bengal electionSo what's the conclusion? Whose friend is whose enemy? Are they all fighting against each other? Or there is another informal alliance - TMC-BJP - taking in CPM-Congress jot (alliance in Bangla)? The veil will be lifted after the results are declared. After all politics makes for strangest of bedfellows!
Apr 05, 2016
Meet Ambikesh Mahapatra, whose persecution symbolises Mamata's intoleranceBy his very ordinariness, as a chemistry professor from Jadavpur University, he has stolen from Mamata Banerjee her oldest and best defence — as a symbol of the ordinary, the victim of the power of the ruling regime.
Mar 11, 2016
Nearly 900 'flying squads' of police officials to monitor Bengal poll expenses of candidatesNearly 900 'flying squads', each equipped with a GPS-fitted vehicle, is being deployed in West Bengal by the Election Commission.
Oct 15, 2015
Is govt waiting till 23 Jan to declassify Netaji files due to Bengal polls? asks CongressGovernment should declassify Netaji files and not wait till 23 January, ahead of Assemly elections in West Bengal, an unfazed Congress said on Thursday.
Apr 22, 2014
West Bengal: Saradha scam emerges as major poll issueThe multi-crore Saradha ponzi scam has emerged as a major poll plank in the Lok Sabha elections in West Bengal with major political parties like the Congress, BJP and CPI(M) training their guns against the ruling Trinamool Congress.
Jul 22, 2013
West Bengal poll violence: Why this trend won't stopThe Trinamool Congress is following the legacy of political violence in Bengal.