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Sadhvi Pragya, Gautam Gambhir, Virat Kohli cast their votes, violence continues in Bengal in the sixth phase of Lok Sabha elections
Fates of several political bigwigs to be decided today in the sixth phase of polling
The Owaisi Factor: Why Mamata Banerjee went soft on the raging Muslim mobs in Bengal risking Hindu consolidation for the BJP
Why is Mamata Banerjee not taking strict measures against the violent Muslim mobs? The answer is Asaduddin Owaisi.
West Bengal: After by-poll victory, TMC workers capture 4 BJP offices, paint offices green and resort to vandalism
TMC workers also painted party's name on BJP offices and replaced BJP flags with TMC flag
West Bengal assembly by-poll: BJP candidate manhandled and thrashed in Karimpur allegedly by Trinamool workers
Vice President of West Bengal BJP manhandled and assaulted allegedly by Trinamool workers
Garga Chatterjee, a self-proclaimed 'Bengali Nationalist' and allegedly a Brain Scientist, is a peddler of the 'Gutkha Pill'.
West Bengal: Govt school asks students to write a report on ‘Jai Shree Ram and its negative impact on society’ during school exams
The chant of Jai Shri Ram has become one of political upheaval in West Bengal with TMC goons lashing out at those chanting it
West Bengal BJP chief Dilip Ghosh had claimed that over 72 party workers have been reportedly killed between April and July this year.
The MHA has informed in the Lok Sabha that Madrasas in several West Bengal districts are being used as radicalisation and recruitment centres for JMB.
Mamata Banerjee reaches out to Congress and CPI(M) seeking support in her fight against BJP in Bengal, rebuffed
The TMC supremo accused BJP of trying to run a parallel government and bringing in an alien culture in West Bengal
Having faced tough competition from the BJP in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, TMC chief Mamata Banerjee has resorted to blaming the EVMs for the loss of seats
West Bengal govt to observe death anniversary of Shyama Prasad Mukherjee, Overton Window continues to move ‘right’
West Bengal state government has decided to observe the death anniversary of the legendary Shyama Prasad Mookerjee
"Jai Shri Ram" has become a battle cry in West Bengal with Bengalis raising the slogan in protest against the oppressive policies of the Trinamool government in the state.
The Islamic onslaught in West Bengal: A saga that started long before the current state regime made it worse
The Islamisation of Bengal has been a slow and steady process, repetitive governments have chosen to ignore their rising population, rather using the community as a vote bank.
The silence from the self-proclaimed crusaders of free speech and justice during West Bengal protests is deafening
In the unprecedented crisis taking place in Bengal, the so-called champions of justice and free speech seem to have chosen to turn a blind eye
A woman BJP leader was allegedly shot dead in 24 North Paraganas district in West Bengal
The saffron surge in the state was initially sparked by the ongoing demographic invasion but it is the Bengal doctor crisis that has turned out to be the 'Singur Moment' for Mamata Banerjee
West Bengal: Doctors across the country, including her own nephew, protest against Mamata Banerjee government in solidarity with the striking doctors
Mamata Banerjee's nephew Dr Abesh Banerjee has also joined the protests against Mamata government in solidarity with the protesting doctors
BJP demands Mamata Banerjee’s resignation as West Bengal Home Minister in the wake of violence across the state
BJP observed a black day today in West Bengal and a 12-hour long general strike has also been planned.
West Bengal: BJP victory procession turns violent, workers say police were accompanied by TMC goons who triggered the attack
Mamata Banerjee foreseeing what her future in stores, had turned hostile towards BJP much prior to the Lok Sabha elections
Mamata Banerjee has dictated that there should not be any more victory march in the state as 2 weeks have passed since the announcement of the Lok Sabha election results.
The TMC is holding BJP workers in Bengal hostage. And there are no good choices.
BJP worker chanting ‘Jai Shree Ram’ stabbed to death in West Bengal, wife of victim lodges FIR against TMC workers
The victim Sushil Mondal was BJP supporter and was shouting the slogans of 'Jai Shri Ram' while preparing for a victory procession on the day of the swearing-in ceremony of Prime Minister Modi
The comment was made while analyzing the results of the Lok Sabha elections in which the BJP managed to increase its tally to 18 seats in the state.
Mamata Banerjee to skip swearing in ceremony of Modi govt after family members of BJP workers killed in Bengal violence invited
Mamata Banerjee has reversed her decision to attend the oath-taking ceremony of the Modi government after families of BJP workers killed in WB invited for the ceremony
Families of over 50 BJP workers killed in West Bengal to attend PM Modi’s swearing-in ceremony at Rashtrapati Bhavan
Narendra Modi government' swearing-in ceremony is to be held at the Jaipur Gate of Rashtrapati Bhavan in Delhi on May 30.
BJP workers killed in Amethi, Barrackpore, Indore after BJP registered an unprecedented victory in Lok Sabha elections
In all three the Lok Sabha constituencies where the BJP workers were killed, Indore, Amethi and Barrackpore, BJP registered a historic win
The victim, 25-year-old Shantu Ghosh had defected from the Trinamool Congress recently and had joined the BJP.
Riding high on 2019 win, BJP MP claims the TMC will be reduced to 60 seats in West Bengal assembly polls
In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP gave the TMC a tough fight by managing to win 18 seats, a massive improvement from the 2014 polls where they won only 2 seats.
Every BJP vote in Bengal is owed to the ground level workers who have given their lifeblood for the saffron surge
BJP has lost many of its workers to TMC's violence and bloodshed in West Bengal.
History may remember the 23rd of May, 2019 as the day when the future of Bengal Politics changed forever. However, it was on the 5th of April, 2017, on the auspicious day of Ram Navami that the seeds of it were sown.