Kolkata, Jun 19 (PTI) The BJP is weighing the option of moving the court praying for recounting in assembly seats where the party had conceded defeat by narrow margins in the recent election in ...
Kolkata, Jun 13 (PTI) A trawler capsized in the Haldi river in West Bengal's Purba Medinipur district, killing a fisherman, while three others were missing, an official said on Sunday.
New Delhi, May 4 (PTI) The West Bengal government has informed the Election Commission that it has provided security to the returning officer of the Nandigram assembly constituency which saw a ...
- Nandigram, the epicentre of West Bengal election action, witnessed a high-voltage "Khela" (game of power).
- Suvendu Adhikari had joined the BJP in December last year
- It was BJP’s calculated move to trap Mamata Banerjee
- BJP's Suvendu Adhikari won the Nandigram assembly constituency by 1,956 votes.
- Despite her loss in Nandigram, Mamata Banerjee can still be Chief Minister
- But the road ahead will not be straightforward
- Mamata Banerjee lost to Suvendu Adhikari from the Nandigram assembly constituency
- For Mamata Banerjee, Nandigram was a battle of prestige
- From Nandigram, she led the protest against what she called a compromise of farmers' rights
- TMC said certain "illegal incidents have happened today while counting of votes in the constituency
- The counting process was stalled several times and it was not reported by the EC: TMC
- EC has rejected TMC's request
- "It's ok. Let the Nandigram people give whatever verdict they want.", said Mamata Banerjee
- She said that she struggled for Nandigram because she fought for a movement
- "We won more than 221 seats & BJP has lost the election", she added
New Delhi, May 2 (PTI) With the TMC's victory imminent in West Bengal, congratulations poured in for party president and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.