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What makes the West Bengal elections so important: The continued poor governance of TMC and future of the people
People voted against the autocratic communist regime in 2011 by executing their voting right and brought Mamata Banerjee in power.
Nadia District Nodal Election Officer Arnab Roy has gone missing during his election duty. Arnab Roy was on duty at Bipradas Choudhury Polytechnic College on Thursday during the second phase of 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
West Bengal Election Commission withdraws order extending date for nomination papers for panchayat polls
Political violence in the run up to panchayat polls has been on the rise.
Dissenting Congress leaders plan to hold another event in Haryana, question party’s election strategy in West Bengal
Hitting out at the Congress, G-23 leader Anand Sharma questioned the decision of the party to forge an alliance with radical cleric Abbas Siddiqui's Indian Secular Front (ISF).
As EC announces 8-phase elections in West Bengal, violence by TMC begins: Election vans vandalised, LEDs stolen, BJP office vandalised
Just as the EC announces 8-phase assembly elections in West Bengal, ruling party TMC starts indulging in violence and intimidation
‘Not one TMC goon would dare to enter the booth and stop voters from voting’, Home Minister Amit Shah promises violence-free assembly elections in...
Violence and anarchy cannot stop the Lotus from blooming in West Bengal, said Amit Shah addressing a rally in West Bengal
West Bengal BJP leader Arindam Bhattacharya receives death threats, party writes to EC to deploy CPF to ensure fair elections
West Bengal BJP leader Bhattacharya said he will not get scared from these threats, adding that "I accept this challenge."
Over one lakh paramilitary personnel to be deployed in West Bengal ahead of state elections.
‘Bengal mangoge toh cheer denge’ – TMC’s Madan Mitra threatens BJP ahead of West Bengal assembly elections
Madan Mitra threatens to rip BJP leaders saying 'Doodh maangoge to kheer denge, Bengal mangoge to cheer denge'
Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut today took to Twitter to announce that the party will contest upcoming elections in West Bengal.