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The opposition Left Front Tuesday alleged that the Siliguri Police Commissioner K Jayaraman was removed to put a lid on a scam and said that the state has never witnessed such huge controversies since Independence under any other chief minister. "K
Left Front chairman and politburo member Biman Bose Tuesday deposed before a commission set up to probe into the police firing on a Youth Congress rally in which 13 activists were killed on July 21, 1993. Refuting allegations that he was avoiding
The State Election Commission Saturday announced repoll in six booths in Howrah, Krishnanagar and Bidhannagar municipalities where the election were held Friday. Sources in the commission said four booths in Rajarhat area polled more votes than the
At a rally jointly put up by eight youth associations and four students' wing of the Left, the two leaders hit issues ranging from violence against women, unemployment and price rise to Bose saying that the youth needed to take charge. "After Pujas,
To end the impasse as well as to to find a realistic solution, the three should sit immediately," Front chairman Biman Bose said. The Left Front urged the West Bengal government, Gorkha Janmukti Morcha and the Centre to hold talks to end the
leaders Sunday, 14 July 2013 Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee yesterday said her government would inquire into the source of funds allegedly held by two Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) leaders in a joint bank account.
on Saturday clarified the source of Rs 16 crore deposited in a SBI bank account of politburo members Biman Bose and Nirupam Sen after Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee questioned how the individual leaders amassed so much of money. Addressing a press
The Left Front today sought Governor M K Narayanan's intervention for free, fair and peaceful panchayat elections besides apprising him that the ruling party was allegedly denying them permission to hold political programmes at venues of their choice.
Mamata faces heat after series of rapes Sunday, 16 June 2013 Members of a social organisation, Our City Our Right, in a silent protest following the recent gang-rape and murder of a 20-year-old college student in Barasat, near Kolkata, yesterday.
Kolkatans witnessed a whole new drill for a political law violation programme at Chowringhee Square in the heart of the city on Friday afternoon when thousands of CPM and other Left Front supporters gathered to court arrest. Only last week Kolkata