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As a member of the Trinamool Congress, there is no scope for any frank and honest discussion in the TMC...Either one has to abide by it or keep mum,' Somen Mitra, who is on the verge of quitting the party, tells Rediff.com 's Indrani Roy. S omen
Left Front and Congress walked out of the Assembly Saturday to protest against "violence" and "highhandedness" of the ruling Trinamool Congress party in the recently concluded panchayat elections. They also boycotted the Assembly proceedings over
Trinamool may move SC to hold polls ahead of Ramadan Sunday, 30 June 2013 Kolkata: With the West Bengal panchayat polls slated to be held during Ramadan starting in mid-July, the ruling Trinamool Congress yesterday said it may move the Supreme Court
Political analysts are deciphering her desperation as Mamata Banerjee's [ Images ] last resort to fight several investigations launched by the Centre against her party colleagues and close aides. S trongly opposing the United Progressive Alliance [
Trains stopped in Bihar, UP : The nationwide bandh called by the NDA and the Left parties started early today with the Samajwadi Party workers stopping trains in Allahabad. The BJP and JD-U workers also stopped trains in Varanasi and Patna.
July 3, 2012 List includes 9 Union Ministers, 15 Secretaries, 2 AGs, CVC and present CBI, ED directors The Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) on the 2G scam is now at a crossroads: it must decide whether it will follow the path of politics or
After the policy paralysis and political acrimony of last year, India 's coalition national government had hoped this year would be different. Yet already the government is troubled by infighting among coalition allies. And the Indian National
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Monday said that lack of leadership in the United Progressive Alliance (UPA) government was affecting the economic environment of the country. "The biggest problem faced by the country today is the lack of leadership
India 's coalition government failed Thursday to push through legislation to create an independent anticorruption agency after an exhausting day of parliamentary speechmaking, political posturing and backroom negotiations could not produce a deal,
India (AP) — India's ruling party faced a potentially damaging setback Sunday after an important coalition ally said the government had reversed its decision to throw open the country's huge retail sector to foreign investors.