Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra met various people, including doctors and health workers Wednesday, and praised them from their efforts during the pandemic.
The BJP will get two berths in the Puducherry cabinet and its ally, the NR Congress, will get three, it was announced on Friday evening
The West Bengal Assembly elections may be over but the state continues to be roiled by politics of confrontation between the Central and state administrations.
Including Mamata Banerjee, there are nine women ministers in her third government, and 20 new ministers in all, seven of them from the minority community and four each from the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes.
Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Satuday that the COVID-19 crisis in the country was the result of the Centre "not doing any work" in the last six months as Union ministers and leaders were visiting Bengal daily to "capture" it.
Assam Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and senior BJP leader Himanta Sarma met party chief JP Nadda and Home Minister Amit Shah at the former's Delhi residence on Saturday, as suspense builds over the identity of the new Chief Minister
AINRC Chief N Rangasamy will be sworn in as Chief Minister of Union Territory of Puducherry at a brief ceremony on Friday.
The swearing-in ceremony for the newly-elected legislators in West Bengal got underway on Thursday morning, with pro-tem speaker Subrata Mukherjee administering the oath of office and secrecy to the MLAs.
The BJP has not yet announced the new Chief Minister for Assam, a state it won decisively in the recently-held Assembly election, because of the post-poll violence reported in West Bengal.
Congress leader Kamal Nath on Wednesday described Mamata Banerjee as the leader of the country who defeated all her opponents, including PM Modi and Central agencies like the CBI and the ED, in the recently-held Assembly elections in West Bengal.
PM Narendra Modi called, expressed concern at law and order situation in Bengal, says Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar on post-poll violence
Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today hinted that steps taken by the central government till now will not be able to tackle the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging India. He also accused the government of causing loss of life through its inaction.
Within 24 hours of elections results, at least a dozen people have been reported dead in post poll violence in Bengal, a figure that may be higher than the number of those killed during the month-long polls.
AINRC leader N Rangasamy, heading the NDA Puducherry, on Monday staked his claim to form the government in Puducherry after the front won 16 seats in the 30 member territorial assembly in the April 6 assembly polls.
Jailed activist and Raijor Dal President Akhil Gogoi has written a letter from jail to thank the people of Assam's Sivasagar for electing him as their representative