Rarely does Alimuddin Street part ways with former chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee.But this time it may do that for the Barrackpore Lok Sabha seat. Times of India, 1 month ago
Not forecasting total turnaround but it will be partial, says Buddha - Calcutta Telegraph, 2 weeks ago
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KOLKATA: Three days after Abdur Rezzak Mollah launched an association for dalits and Muslims, Alimuddin Street on Wednesday finally showed the rebel leader the door — a move CPM supporters felt was long overdue. Party leaders at the state ...Times of India, 1 month ago Debate after axe: Will CPM? Won't CPM? Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago 'CPM managers dumped Left agenda' Times of India, 1 month ago CPM treads with caution on Seth Times of India, 1 month ago
Jurassic Park has a new address 31 Alimuddin Street if you go by the signals emerging from within. The address reflects the perception generated by former chief minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjees statement a week ago on Netai, the chain reaction in the CPM and ...The Telegraph, 2 months ago
Calcutta, March 5: Two lists with 42 names each were unfurled within a span of an hour from 30B Harish Chatterjee Street and 31 Alimuddin Street this afternoon. The Bengal Lok Sabha candidate lists from the two irreconcilable addresses read out by sworn ...The Telegraph, 1 month ago
April 14: The CPM's candidate for the Tamluk Lok Sabha seat and several other East Midnapore leaders are praising expelled former strongman Lakshman Seth while campaigning, prompting many to wonder if the party has calculated the trade-off between ...Calcutta Telegraph, 1 day ago Seth rethink foisted on CPM Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago Biman speech caution after leader's CM barb Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago Seth meet deferred The Telegraph, 1 month ago
TAMLUK: Trinamool's Midnapore strongman Subhendu Adhikary's victory from Tamluk was a foregone conclusion till March 27 — the day Lakshman Seth was expelled. In the fortnight since Seth's expulsion, CPM cadres have turned around from complete ...Times of India, 2 days ago
KOLKATA: At times sworn enemies can be of help to each other, albeit indirectly. In the current political winds of West Bengal, no one knows it better than the Left. While their leaders keep on targeting the BJP, Left organisers rely on the ...Times of India, 5 days ago Lok Sabha polls 2014: Left hopes BJP surge will eat into Mamata Banerjee's votes Economic Times, 4 days ago Red-Blue Spat Turns Ugly in West Bengal New Indian Express, 1 month ago
Economic, cultural, social and political historians of the past have said a thing or two on the subject, to which scholars and researchers of the future will doubtless have more to contribute. Together, they will keep reminding us of the fact that ...The Statesman, 1 week ago
By Anurag Dey and Sirshendu Panth KOLKATA: West Bengal's Left Front chairman Biman Bose conceded that many of those who switched allegiance to the Trinamool Congress three years back are yet to return to the Communist fold, but saw a "little ...Economic Times, 1 week ago Changes in our favour since 2011 polls: Biman Bose (Interview) News Track India, 1 week ago
Change of guard for Bengal, change of lifestyle for Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee. The ever-burning poison stick has been cast away, and with that the frequent gasps interrupting the flow of words. He has been forced to discard the dhoti, too, in favour ...Calcutta Telegraph, 2 weeks ago
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