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'Left West Bengal' - 11 News Result(s)

  • BJP Strong No 2 In West Bengal By-Poll, Top Leaders Assigned To Win State

    BJP Strong No 2 In West Bengal By-Poll, Top Leaders Assigned To Win State

    After shocking the Left by placing second in this week's assembly by-election in West Bengal behind the ruling Trinamool Congress, the BJP has launched a 'Mission Bengal' that aims at preparing the party to make major inroads in the panchayat or local elections to be held next year. The party is sending senior leaders to West Bengal to interact wit...

  • Left Has Reason To Worry As BJP Emerges Second In Bengal By-Election

    Left Has Reason To Worry As BJP Emerges Second In Bengal By-Election

    The BJP won five out of 10 seats in the by-election results announced yesterday, but is also pleased about a number 2 position in West Bengal's Kanthi Dakshin assembly seat. Party chief Amit Shah had "special thanks" for voters for making the BJP "the principal opposition party" in the state.

  • Arun Jaitley Questions Left's Economic Model

    Arun Jaitley Questions Left's Economic Model

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday questioned the economic model pursued by the left parties, especially in West Bengal, claiming the data indicated "extremely inadequate" living conditions of minorities in the state.

  • Mamata Banerjee Slams Congress-Left 'Rainbow Coalition' In West Bengal

    Mamata Banerjee Slams Congress-Left 'Rainbow Coalition' In West Bengal

    Upping the ante against Congress and the Left, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today claimed both the parties have formed a "rainbow coalition" for the upcoming Assembly election in the state as they could not fight Trinamool Congress (TMC) alone and said the "people's alliance" would defeat them.

  • Election Commission Chief Changed in Middle of West Bengal Civic Polls

    Election Commission Chief Changed in Middle of West Bengal Civic Polls

    Senior bureaucrat Alapan Bandyopadhyay left West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's entourage at Thimpu and flew into Kolkata this afternoon to take over as the state's new election commissioner.

  • Left, Trinamool Congress MLAs scuffle in Bengal Assembly

    Left, Trinamool Congress MLAs scuffle in Bengal Assembly

    The West Bengal Assembly witnessed some unruly scenes today when Left and Trinamool Congress MLAs assaulted each other over the issue of chit funds. After the scuffle, the House was adjourned for the day.

  • Bengal polls: Not allowed the use of choppers says BJP

    Three senior BJP leaders had to abandon their plan of campaigning in West Bengal as the administration did not cooperate with the party on the use of choppers, Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj alleged here today."The administration was not cooperating with the party on the use of helicopter. It led to cancellation of campaign mee...

  • 74 per cent polling in first phase of West Bengal polls

    74 per cent polling in first phase of West Bengal polls

    The Election Commission put the final figure in phase one of the West Bengal Assembly polls at 74.27 per cent today.Over 60 per cent of the voters today exercised their franchise till 3 pm in 54 Assembly constituencies in North Bengal, with no report of any untoward incident.    "Polling was 61 per cent till 3 pm. There is no report ...

  • West Bengal's Left fights to stay relevant

    West Bengal's Left fights to stay relevant

    Lenin's statue still rises near the center of the city, and portraits of Stalin and Marx still hang inside the biggest union hall.Anyone doubting the local political dominance -- and cold war humor -- of India's Communists need only visit the street in front of the United States Consulate: It was long ago renamed for Ho Chi Minh.In the past 33 year...

  • Left rules out early polls in Bengal

    Left rules out early polls in Bengal

    There's no question of elections before 2011 in West Bengal, that's what the left made clear on Sunday.

  • CPM reacts sharply to Rahul's Bengal swipe

    CPM reacts sharply to Rahul's Bengal swipe

    Sitaram Yechury has reacted sharply to Rahul's criticism of the performance of the Left government in West Bengal.

'Left West Bengal' - 8 Video Result(s)

'Left West Bengal' - 11 News Result(s)

  • BJP Strong No 2 In West Bengal By-Poll, Top Leaders Assigned To Win State

    BJP Strong No 2 In West Bengal By-Poll, Top Leaders Assigned To Win State

    After shocking the Left by placing second in this week's assembly by-election in West Bengal behind the ruling Trinamool Congress, the BJP has launched a 'Mission Bengal' that aims at preparing the party to make major inroads in the panchayat or local elections to be held next year. The party is sending senior leaders to West Bengal to interact wit...

  • Left Has Reason To Worry As BJP Emerges Second In Bengal By-Election

    Left Has Reason To Worry As BJP Emerges Second In Bengal By-Election

    The BJP won five out of 10 seats in the by-election results announced yesterday, but is also pleased about a number 2 position in West Bengal's Kanthi Dakshin assembly seat. Party chief Amit Shah had "special thanks" for voters for making the BJP "the principal opposition party" in the state.

  • Arun Jaitley Questions Left's Economic Model

    Arun Jaitley Questions Left's Economic Model

    Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Wednesday questioned the economic model pursued by the left parties, especially in West Bengal, claiming the data indicated "extremely inadequate" living conditions of minorities in the state.

  • Mamata Banerjee Slams Congress-Left 'Rainbow Coalition' In West Bengal

    Mamata Banerjee Slams Congress-Left 'Rainbow Coalition' In West Bengal

    Upping the ante against Congress and the Left, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today claimed both the parties have formed a "rainbow coalition" for the upcoming Assembly election in the state as they could not fight Trinamool Congress (TMC) alone and said the "people's alliance" would defeat them.

  • Election Commission Chief Changed in Middle of West Bengal Civic Polls

    Election Commission Chief Changed in Middle of West Bengal Civic Polls

    Senior bureaucrat Alapan Bandyopadhyay left West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's entourage at Thimpu and flew into Kolkata this afternoon to take over as the state's new election commissioner.

  • Left, Trinamool Congress MLAs scuffle in Bengal Assembly

    Left, Trinamool Congress MLAs scuffle in Bengal Assembly

    The West Bengal Assembly witnessed some unruly scenes today when Left and Trinamool Congress MLAs assaulted each other over the issue of chit funds. After the scuffle, the House was adjourned for the day.

  • Bengal polls: Not allowed the use of choppers says BJP

    Three senior BJP leaders had to abandon their plan of campaigning in West Bengal as the administration did not cooperate with the party on the use of choppers, Leader of the Opposition in Lok Sabha Sushma Swaraj alleged here today."The administration was not cooperating with the party on the use of helicopter. It led to cancellation of campaign mee...

  • 74 per cent polling in first phase of West Bengal polls

    74 per cent polling in first phase of West Bengal polls

    The Election Commission put the final figure in phase one of the West Bengal Assembly polls at 74.27 per cent today.Over 60 per cent of the voters today exercised their franchise till 3 pm in 54 Assembly constituencies in North Bengal, with no report of any untoward incident.    "Polling was 61 per cent till 3 pm. There is no report ...

  • West Bengal's Left fights to stay relevant

    West Bengal's Left fights to stay relevant

    Lenin's statue still rises near the center of the city, and portraits of Stalin and Marx still hang inside the biggest union hall.Anyone doubting the local political dominance -- and cold war humor -- of India's Communists need only visit the street in front of the United States Consulate: It was long ago renamed for Ho Chi Minh.In the past 33 year...

  • Left rules out early polls in Bengal

    Left rules out early polls in Bengal

    There's no question of elections before 2011 in West Bengal, that's what the left made clear on Sunday.

  • CPM reacts sharply to Rahul's Bengal swipe

    CPM reacts sharply to Rahul's Bengal swipe

    Sitaram Yechury has reacted sharply to Rahul's criticism of the performance of the Left government in West Bengal.

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