During a press conference today at the Anil Biswas Bhawan, CPM politburo member and Vidhan Sabha opposition leader Suryakanta Mishra said the hill residents are being willfully deprived of autonomy. He said the state government is creating communal ... The Echo Of India, 1 month ago
Mamata Banerjee has never tried to establish peace in Darjeeling, and is rather plotting to disrupt the unity among the hill people to secure a foothold for her party there, according to CPM veteran and state assembly opposition leader Suryakanta ...The Echo Of India, 1 week ago
The Trinamool Congress will not be able to win a single seat from North Bengal in the Lok Sabha Elections 2014, while Left Front will clinch unchallenged majority, said the CPM veteran and state opposition leader Suryakanta Mishra while addressing a ...The Echo Of India, 1 week ago
The Lok Sabha polls in West Bengal could be cancelled if Election Commission's orders for transferring officials isn't followed, sources in the EC in Delhi told HT on Tuesday. West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee addresses a public rally ...Hindustan Times, 1 week ago Bengal chief secy writes to EC, requests it to reconsider transfer order Hindustan Times, 1 week ago Mamata: EC official linked to land scam Asian Age, 1 week ago Mamata remains adamant tells EC wont transfer officials Hindustan Times, 1 week ago
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday lashed out at the Election Commission of India (ECI), describing it as an agent of all her rivals — the Congress, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Communist Party of India (Marxist). ...Hindustan Times, 1 week ago
Mamata inaugurates India's first Cord Blood Bank at School of Tropical Medicine, Kolkata, Thursday Summary As for her attendance at the Assembly, Mamata has sat for: 8 out of 32 days in 2011; 11 out of 43 days in 2012; 7 out of 40 days in 2013; ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
The Congress-led UPA government was a sinking ship and would not return to power while the Left would face further rejection by the people, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Monday. "They (UPA) are only for some more days," she said replying to the debate on the Governor's address amid boycott of the House by opposition Left and Congress members who were alleging that the chief minister avoided the House regularly. Accusing the Centre of attempting to "starve" the state, ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
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