Mamata Banerjee promotes one of the three IPS officers responsible for BJP Chief’s security when he was attacked, disregards MHA order
Despite repeated summons by the MHA, Mamata Banerjee had refused to release the three IPS officers on central deputation
Mamata Banerjee writes to govt to disburse money under Kisan Samman Nidhi scheme to her, a proposal denied before: Here is why
West Bengal remains the only state which has not implemented this scheme that provides an annual support amount of Rs 6,000 to farmers in three equal instalments.
TMC admits that BJP could reach 99 seats in Bengal Assembly elections in 2021: Here is what happened
As the political landscape in West Bengal heats up, the ruling party TMC seems to have had a faux pas.
Rules of Citizenship Amendment Act will be formulated but only when the coronavirus vaccine immunisation plans are in motion, Home Minister Amit Shah today clarified.
Welcome to the New Age: The Adhikari Rebellion, a new brand of politics takes root in Bengal, beginning of the end for Mamata Banerjee?
The March of The Saffron in West Bengal that began with the Ram Navami rally in 2017 has reached resounding levels.
West Bengal: Amidst chants of Jai Shri Ram, Amit Shah holds road show in Bolpur, vows to throw away Bangladeshi infiltrators
Amidst chants of Jai Shri Ram an unprecedented road show of Home Minister Amit Shah took place in West Bengal's Bolpur.
BJP workers attacked with stones, bricks, petrol bombs in West Bengal after HM Amit Shah’s rally, six hospitalised
TMC goons allegedly attacked BJP worked while they were returning from Amit Shah's rally in West Bengal
TMC leader Kalyan Banerjee says Amit Shah does not understand West Bengal politics, claims TMC will form the government for the third time
BJP leader Kailash Vijayvargiya said that thousands of TMC workers are willing to join the BJP, but the final decision will be taken by the party.
Tolabaaj Bhaipo hatao: Key takeaways from the speeches of Amit Shah and Suvendu Adhikari in Midnapore
"This is just the beginning. By the time the elections come, Mamata Banerjee will be left alone in her party," Amit Shah said.
BJP will form govt with more than 200 seats: Amit Shah challenges Mamata Banerjee in her turf as TMC leaders join BJP
Home Minister Amit Shah said that West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee will be left along by the Assembly elections.