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West Bengal By Election


'West Bengal By Election' - 29 Video Result(s)

'West Bengal By Election' - 215 News Result(s)

  • 'Let's See How Well BJP Does In Next Election:' Mamata Banerjee's Dare On Notes Ban

    'Let's See How Well BJP Does In Next Election:' Mamata Banerjee's Dare On Notes Ban

    Mamata Banerjee, in the second edition of her street protests in Delhi over the government's currency ban, today threw a dare. "Let's see how well the BJP does in the upcoming elections," said the West Bengal Chief Minister who has taken a frontline position in the opposition's attack on the government.

  • Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress Granted National Party Status

    Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool Congress Granted National Party Status

    After winning two consecutive Assembly polls in West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee today added yet another feather to her cap with her Trinamool Congress being extended 'national party' status by the Election Commission.

  • Mamata Banerjee Rules Again, New Ministers Touch Her Feet

    Mamata Banerjee Rules Again, New Ministers Touch Her Feet

    Mamata Banerjee was sworn in on Friday as West Bengal's chief minister for a second term, in the biggest oath ceremony Bengal has seen. Cheering from front row seats were political heavyweights like Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav.

  • Mamata Banerjee Plans An Oath Ceremony Bengal Will Remember

    Mamata Banerjee Plans An Oath Ceremony Bengal Will Remember

    The distance from Nabanna -- the state secretariat to Red Road, the venue of Mamata Banerjee's swearing-in ceremony -- is barely 8 km and breezy drive across the Hooghly River. Ahead of that short drive to office after taking charge, Mamata Banerjee hopes to make national impact, with an oath ceremony that Bengalis will remember for a long time.

  • For Mamata Banerjee Swearing In, Bangladesh Sends Sari, Fish, Molasses

    For Mamata Banerjee Swearing In, Bangladesh Sends Sari, Fish, Molasses

    Bangladesh has sent a special jamdani sari, 20 kg of hilsha fish and molasses for West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee which will be presented to her by a senior minister at the swearing in ceremony on Friday.

  • Several Police Officers Transferred Before Bengal Polls Reinstated

    Several Police Officers Transferred Before Bengal Polls Reinstated

    The West Bengal government has undone what the Election Commission did ahead of the assembly polls in the state. It has reinstated many of the 68 officers the poll panel had transferred to ensure free and fair polls.

  • Despite Attack, Congress Defends Written Pledge Of Loyalty To Gandhis

    Despite Attack, Congress Defends Written Pledge Of Loyalty To Gandhis

    For a party regularly criticised for unabashed sycophancy, the Congress has gifted its opponents a jackpot controversy. In Bengal, where the party placed a very distant second in last week's election, each of the Congress' 44 lawmakers have been asked to sign a declaration of "unqualified allegiance" to the party and its leaders, Sonia and Rahul Ga...

  • For Mamata Banerjee's Oath, Kolkata's Famous Red Road Turns Blue, Sealed

    For Mamata Banerjee's Oath, Kolkata's Famous Red Road Turns Blue, Sealed

    Mamata Banerjee wants everyone to join celebrations when she takes oath as Chief Minister of West Bengal for a second time on Friday, and so a portion of Kolkata's arterial Red Road has been closed to traffic for preparations. For five days.

  • Opposition Likely To Skip Mamata Banerjee's Swearing-In Ceremony

    Opposition Likely To Skip Mamata Banerjee's Swearing-In Ceremony

    When Mamata Banerjee takes oath as chief minister of West Bengal for the second time on Friday, the Left, Congress and the BJP may skip the ceremony. Their reason - post poll attacks across the state by the ruling party Trinamool. One person died on Monday at Birbhum.

  • BJP's Bid To March Towards Mamata Banerjee's Residence Foiled

    BJP's Bid To March Towards Mamata Banerjee's Residence Foiled

    Senior BJP leaders, accompanied by over a hundred party workers, today unsuccessfully tried to march towards Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's residence to protest against yesterday's attack on party leader Roopa Ganguly allegedly by Trinamool Congress workers.

  • Even Bigger This Time Around: Mamata Banerjee's Bengal Result

    Even Bigger This Time Around: Mamata Banerjee's Bengal Result

    After an acrimonious campaign that saw her party confronting allegations of corruption, Mamata Banerjee today showed her rivals just who is the "Didi" in West Bengal by scoring an even bigger margin of victory than the previous polls.

  • Congress Is Not In ICU. Look At These Numbers.

    Congress Is Not In ICU. Look At These Numbers.

    The idea that the party is finished, assiduously propagated by Amit Shah and gang, needs to be disabused.

  • Despite Big Win, Mamata Will Have To Find Replacements For 8 Ministers

    Despite Big Win, Mamata Will Have To Find Replacements For 8 Ministers

    The Trinamool Congress is in a celebratory mood after its massive victory in the West Bengal Assembly elections but not everyone in the party can be pleased. Especially the eight ministers who have lost the election and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee wants to know why.

  • Rahul Gandhi Doesn't Have PM Modi's 'Gift Of Gab', Says Digvijaya Singh

    Rahul Gandhi Doesn't Have PM Modi's 'Gift Of Gab', Says Digvijaya Singh

    The Congress's crash in another set of state elections has led to a tough reevaluation - not by the party but by a disappointed leader.

  • Left, Which Ruled Bengal For 35 years, Is Now Number 3 In Nightmare Result

    Left, Which Ruled Bengal For 35 years, Is Now Number 3 In Nightmare Result

    Mamata Banerjee's massive numbers as she won West Bengal again, drew attention away from another set, as significant in the state's politics. The Left placed at number 3, behind the Congress with which it allied.

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