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Bengal Assembly admits no confidence motion against Mamata govt
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Won't call: CM to Left

Mamata Banerjee today made the shortest possible speech in the Bengal Assembly on a no-confidence motion moved by the Congress and the Left. The Telegraph takes a look at some aspects of the 10-minute speech. What she said: You are doing all this because you ... The Telegraph, 2 months ago

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Demonetisation dominant issue in Bengal assembly no-confidence debate

The issue of demonetisation took centrestage as the West Bengal assembly on Friday debated a no-confidence motion brought by the opposition Congress and Left Front against the Mamata Banerjee government.At the end of a 90-minute debate, during which the ...
 Prokerala2 months ago

Demonetisation: Opposition unlikely to support Trinamools no-confidence proposal

The Trinamool Congress appears to be planning to step up the heat on the Union Government over demonetisation. After taking the lead in protests against the move and making radical statements about overthrowing the Narendra Modi government, Trinamool may be ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Mamata wants CPI(M) & Congress support against note ban. They refuse

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has appealead to the CPI(M) and the Congress to set aside their differences with the ruling Trinamool Congress and support her push against the Centres demonetisation policy. At the West Bengal Assembly on Monday, ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

Note ban debate stalled again as PM leaves House after lunch

Rajya Sabha After five days of confrontation, Rajya Sabha on Thursday saw resumption of debate on demonetization briefly during which former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh led the opposition attack, saying the step was a ‘monumental management failure’ which would lead to dip in gross domestic product growth by at least 2 per cent. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi attended the House, the Opposition and the ruling side came to an agreement to do away with the Question Hour and resume ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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