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Support to Mamata ONLY for coming LS elections: Hazare

PTI - PHOTO ADVISORY TWO LAST - Kolkata : Mamata Banerjee ahea...

PHOTO ADVISORY TWO LAST - Kolkata : Mamata Banerjee ahead of Lok Sabha polls Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. (A) Majitha : Amarinder Singh during an election campaign (A) Varanasi : Ajay Rai addressing a press conference (A) Guwahati : Kamal ... Namibia Press Agency, 1 hour ago

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Will not leave an inch to any opposition: Mamata

pposition candidate in any seat, including Jangipur Lok Sabha constituency where President Pranab Mukherjees son Abhijit is the Congress candidate. BJP, Congress and CPI(M) are playing got-up matches. But we are not into any such game, she said at an election ...
 The Hindu3 hours ago TMC will not leave an inch to any opposition nominee: Mamata Banerjee  IBN Live3 hours ago Trinamool Congress will not leave an inch to any opposition candidate in any seat: Mamata Banerjee  Economic Times4 hours ago TMC won't leave an inch to any oppn nominee: Mamata hours ago
India Today

Rahul rakes up Saradha scam to counter TMC

Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi on Saturday raked up the Saradha scam issue to corner Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress (TMC), even as there were reports that the Enforcement Directorate (ED) might call some party leaders for interrogation ...
 Smart Investor11 hours ago Mamata retorts: Why didn't SEBI act on Saradha scam  Indian Express18 hours ago Open season on Saradha scandal  The Telegraph18 hours ago Modi's rise to power will be disastrous for country: Bose  The Hindu18 hours ago
Mumbai Mirror

Mamata, Modi don't know how to apologize: Biman

"If Modi becomes Prime Minister, it will be inauspicious for the country.He has no repentance for the 2002 Gujarat riots.Even if he had no role in the riots, people did die.
 Times of India18 hours ago Mamata tries to break Cong strongho...  The Echo Of India18 hours ago Mamata questions SEBI, Fin Min about Saradha scam  Economic Times1 day ago Mamata falls sick after hotel room fire  The Echo Of India1 day ago

Bengal will never beg Delhi, says Mamata

West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday stated that it is Bengal which will show the path of India's future and stated that Bengal will remain steadfast in its approach and not beg infront of Delhi."Bengal is the future of India. We ...
 Business Standard5 hours ago Bengal will never beg Delhi says Mamata  Mumbai News.Net2 hours ago If not Mamata Banerjee, who should West Bengal vote for?  DNA3 days ago EC appoints special observer for West Bengal  Hindustan Times3 days ago

Rahul tongue lashes at Mamata, Modi

Claiming that big scams are happening in West Bengal, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi on Saturday launched a scathing attack on the Trinamool Congress government in the state accusing it of shielding scamsters. "Bigger scams are happening in Bengal. You ...
 E Pao!15 hours ago Mamata Govt. shielding scamsters: Rahul  Nagaland Post15 hours ago Rahul lambasts Mamata  The Statesman19 hours ago Rahul Gandhi blames Mamata Banerjee govt. of shielding scamsters  PardaPhash1 day ago

Opposition accuses Mamata o...

The opposition in West Bengal Saturday accused Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee of inciting violence that led to the death of a CPI-M activist after being allegedly beaten up by Trinamool Congress workers in Birbhum district. Seikh Hiralal, a ...
 Siasat Daily1 day ago Opposition accuses Mamata Banerjee of inciting violence  Headlines India1 day ago Opposition accuses Mamata of inciting violence  Prokerala1 day ago Opposition accuses West Bengal CM of inciting violence  The Gulf Today16 hours ago
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Will BJP send L.K.Advani, Lalu Prasad Yadav, Mamata Banerjee to Pakistan, asks Congress

After BJP leader Giriraj Singh said those opposing Narendra Modi will be sent to Pakistan, the Congress Sunday wondered if the party would also send L.K. Advani and some other leaders to the neighbouring country. Bharatiya Janata Party's Bihar unit leader ...
 Headlines India2 hours ago Will BJP send LK Advani, Lalu Prasad, Mamata Banerjee to Pakistan, asks Congress  DNA4 hours ago Will BJP send Advani, Lalu, Mamata to Pakistan, asks Congress  Indo-Asian News Service5 hours ago Cong: Will BJP send Advani, Lalu, Mamata to Pakistan?  Manorama Online4 hours ago

Victims of rights violation...

Deploring the Mamata Banerjee government's "attack on democracy" in West Bengal, several victims of human rights violations Sunday urged the EC to create a conducive environment for fair Lok Sabha elections in the state. Several such people along ...
 Siasat Daily2 hours ago Victims of rights violations unite for fair polls in Bengal  Prokerala3 hours ago

CPM offices ransacked in Barrackpore

Two offices of CPM were allegedly ransacked after the tearing of poster with West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee's picture at Barrackpore in North 24 Parganas district today. Police said trouble broke out when a Trinamool Congress (TMC) ...
 The Echo Of India21 hours ago CPI(M) offices ransacked in West Bengal  Zee News1 day ago CPI(M) Offices Ransacked in Bengal  Outlook1 day ago CPI(M) Offices Ransacked in WB  Outlook1 day ago
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