- Amid the sudden rise of COVID-19 cases all over India, political parties are canceling their rallies in West Bengal amidst elections
- The BJP on Monday said it has decided against holding any big rally or public meeting, including by Prime Minister Narendra Modi
- Congress Chief Adhir Rajan Chowdhary wrote to the EC requesting to postpone the elections until after Ramzan
Kolkata, Apr 19 (PTI) The BJP on Monday complained to the Chief Electoral Officer accusing Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee of making a statement that amounts to incite "mutiny" in the ...
Kolkata, Apr 18 (PTI) In view of a spike in COVID-19 cases in West Bengal, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday said her Trinamool Congress would organise small meetings in Kolkata and she ...
- The fifth phase of polling in West Bengal witnessed at least 78.36 % voter turnout on Saturday
- Jalpaiguri registered the highest polling percentage of 81.73%
- Voting was held at 15,789 polling stations in six districts from 7 am to 6.30 pm
Ausgram/Chapra (West Bengal), Apr 17 (PTI) Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday claimed that the BJP is the only political entity which can stop infiltration and Trinamool Congress supremo ...
- Excerpts of a purported telephonic conversation between Banerjee and a TMC leader were released on Friday
- Voices resembling the two leaders are heard on tape discussing deaths of four persons in firing by central forces
- "Didi, how far will you go for vote bank?," PM Modi asked Mamata Banerjee during his rally in Asansol
- A total of 319 candidates will try their fate on the postal ballots in the 5th phase
- During the 4th phase, 4 people were killed by central forces after they came under attack
- The counting of votes will take place on May 2
Kolkata, Apr 16 (PTI) A controversy erupted on Friday after the BJP released a purported audio clip in which West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is heard telling the Trinamool Congress ...
(Eds: Adds fresh inputs, collating related stories) Kolkata, Apr 16 (PTI) There will be no rescheduling of the remaining phases of polling in West Bengal, a senior official at the CEO said ...