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New minority axis takes shape in Bengal

Minority leader Abdur Rezzak Mollah met Trinamool MLA Nure Alam Chowdhury on Wednesday morning, fuelling speculation about the possible formation of an axis of minority leaders in the state. Times of India, 2 months ago
Indian Express

Talks on for alternative party for minorities

Ousted CPM leader Mollah expressed views on the same issue. Unsatisfied with the current political scenario of the state, leaders of the minority community said they are contemplating the emergence of an alternative third force in West Bengal. ...
 Indian Express2 months ago

Smaller parties step up their activities ahead of Bengal Assembly polls

Comment · print · T T T+· T- With the Trinamool Congress government completing four years in power, smaller political parties in the State drawing their support primarily from minorities have stepped up their activity. On Saturday, the ...
 The Hindu4 days ago

21st century Socialism

When Sitaram Yechury was elected the fifth General Secretary of the Communist Party of India Marxist (CPI-M) at the party's national congress in Visakhapatnam last month, there were obligatory editorials in newspapers wishing him success in his new ...
 The Statesman6 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Arabul stares at end of rope

Arabul being taken to court. Picture by Mayukh Sengupta Calcutta, April 27: The government lawyer today opposed Trinamul MLA Arabul Islam's bail in court, sparking speculation in the party if it was the end of the road for the Bhangar ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Arabul arrested on extortion charge  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Bengal CPM's backing key behind Yechury's elevation

KOLKATA: Sitaram Yechury may have to thank the Bengal unit of CPM for its staunch support, which helped the polit bureau member fight off the challenge from S Ramachandran Pillai and replace Prakash Karat as party general secretary. Yechury's stint ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Mahabharat makes Mamata walk more

Mamata Banerjee's show-stopper Dev literally stole the show on one stretch during the chief minister's march. When Mamata's march from Jadavpur was passing through Gariahat Road, several women ducked the security barricade near Golpark and lunged at ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Bruised CPM falls back on technology

Calcutta, April 8: The CPM, in the political sick bed for long, today beamed live speeches of two bruised leaders at a rally, again falling back on technology to derive mileage and sympathy. LCD projectors and a giant screen were installed at the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago CPM wakes up after attack  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Mukul jab at minority tokenism

Mukul Roy Calcutta, April 8: Mukul Roy has criticised the Mamata Banerjee government for the tardy development of Muslims in Bengal in one of his first signed articles. The article, titled Eki Brintey Duti Kushum (Two Flowers on the Same ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Mukul son files papers from Kanchrapara  Times of India2 months ago

Engineer-potato farmer kills self

BURDWAN: A 27-year-old jobless civil engineer killed himself in Alipur under Memari police station on Friday night. Prabin Kumar Laha's father Gangadhar Laha, a retired primary school teacher, alleged that his son hanged himself after losing Rs ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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