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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.
Here is why Mamata Banerjee’s criticism of BJP inviting the kins of killed BJP karyakartas reeks of hypocrisy
Mamata Banerjee had invited the families of victims in Nandigram and Singur political violence to her own swearing-in ceremony in 2011.
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 continue to face the ire, nine people brutally murdered since May 23, dozens attacked and injured
Despite the extremity meted out at BJP karyakartas and supporters, they stood strong and resolute and zoomed BJP towards a significant win
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 Supreme Court on Friday, May 24, rejected Kumar’s request for extending protection to him from being arrested
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.
While Bengal is the land of Maa Durga and Maa Saraswati, 'Jai Shree Ram' soon became a symbol of political protest.
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It became clear that we would see a different India after the 2019 election. Here, a writer sets his imagination free.
It is curious that Aam Aadmi Party social media cell member shared a video of a dubious platform which was earlier used by Congress' Kapil Sibal
Rambachan, who wanted Neelam to vote for BSP had reportedly got into an argument with her on Monday as she chose to vote for BJP instead.
Madhya Pradesh: Congress supporter, close to state minister kills 60-year old man for voting in favour of BJP
According to the Police, Arun Sharma, the accused, also hurled casteist slurs at the victim and accused his entire community of voting for the BJP.
TMC may start massacre after polls as revenge, urge EC to keep central forces in WB till MCC is in place: Nirmala Sitharaman
Nirmala Sitharaman urges Election Commission keep Central Armed Forces in West Bengal until MCC in place fearing revenge violence by TMC
TMC should not behave like a crying baby: Babul Supriyo slams TMC for complaint against PM’s Kedarnath visit
Supriyo said that TV channels should have the freedom to decide what they want to cover and that the amount of media coverage a person gets depends on how important the person is.
No difference between TMC and a terrorist organisation: Chandra Bose calls TMC goons as ‘Jihadi brigade’
Earlier CK Bose had claimed of being heckled by the TMC goons who stopped him when he was going to file nomination from South Kolkata.
West Bengal marred by violence: BJP leader shot at, office vandalised and cars set ablaze in Bhatpara
West Bengal has been marred by political violence through all phases of the general elections. Incidents of vandalism and political attacks are being reported in the last phase too.
MK Venu calls ‘aggressive’ chants of ‘Jai Shri Ram’ provocative in The Wire, justifies Mamata Banerjee’s reign of violence
Propagandist MK Venu, in his recent article for The Wire, has defended, even justified, the great violence that Mamata Banerjee has unleashed in West Bengal in her bid to retain power in the state.
‘After a long time, a government will come to power with majority for consecutive terms,’ says PM Modi
Prime Minister Narendra Modi was present at a press conference by BJP President Amit Shah at BJP Headquarters in Delhi.
Amit Shah says that West Bengal is undergoing tremendous change and that the BJP will win at least 23 seats in the state
Mamata lied: TMC student leader who was injured by ‘BJP workers’ admits he was actually injured earlier
Mamata Banerjee has been accusing the BJP of causing violence although it appears it was Trinamool who started it.
Election Commission cuts short election campaign in West Bengal due to violence, cites threats by TMC leaders
EC says that administration and police in WB are not cooperating with the commission, and TMC leaders are issuing open threats to voters and officials
Tajinder Bagga throws a challenge, says if Derek O Brien can prove he was anywhere near the spot of violence, he will quit politics
Tajinder Bagga was arrested by the police from the hotel room post BJP-Trinamool clash
2019 Lok Sabha elections: Pro incumbency wave, a tectonic shift in the voting pattern of Bengal and high voter turnouts
The crucial state of Uttar Pradesh may not see the Mahagathbandhan sweeping the elections
Kolkata: Political blame-game continues over Vidyasagar statue, issue being used to fuel regional chauvinism by TMC
It appears unlikely that the vandalizing of the Vidyasagar statue would have any significant impact on polls.