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‘A fraud on Constitutional power’: Read how the Calcutta HC exposed Left and Mamata govt’s appeasement scheme of including Muslims in OBC category

The Left and TMC regimes in West Bengal included 77 new classes (75 belonging to the Muslim community) in the OBC category between 2010 and 2012.

Congress and CPI(M) fight over credit for Adani’s new mega port in Kerala, India’s first deepwater container transhipment hub in Vizhinjam

As India’s first deepwater port built by Adani Ports in Kerala opens, a fight for its credit has started between CPI(M) and Congress

Late CPI(M) stalwart Anil Biswas’ daughter Ajanta Biswas writes for TMC mouthpiece hailing Mamata Banerjee, faces party’s wrath

CPI(M) said that Ajanta Biswas would have to explain why she wrote for TMC mouthpiece that too an article lauding the rival party's chief

Culture of political violence in West Bengal: How the Islamist challenge can turn an already very bad situation into much worse

The outbreak of political violence in West Bengal since Mamata Banerjee's victory shows no signs of abating.

West Bengal: Election Commission announces by-poll on Eid, opposition slams poll panel for ‘bias against Muslims’

The decision taken by EC to conduct by-polls on Eid has left opposition parties miffed who are now doubting EC's 'intent'

Handpulled rickshaws, old buildings and a city on the cusp of revolution: Held back by ‘Aantels’ who romanticise poverty, dream of ‘Shonar Bangla’ lives...

Kolkata is a city that holds special significance in the heart of every Bengali, whether they live there or not.

From Chittaranjan Das to PM Modi: The long and illustrious history of the Brigade Parade Ground in Kolkata

The Brigade Parade Ground was the site of BJP's historic rally in Kolkata where Prime Minister Modi addressed a massive crowd.

Watch: Left Front’s farmer wing asks PM Modi to die at farmer protests, sings ‘Modi mar jaa tu’

The women singing the disgraceful song at the farmer protests are associated with the All India Kisan Sabha.

The Nanoor Massacre: When CPI(M) workers slaughtered 11 landless labourers and then blamed ‘evil’ landlords for their crimes

The Nanoor Massacre occurred on the 27th of July, 2000 in the Birbhum District of West Bengal. 11 labourers lost their lives.

As West Bengal is ravaged by Cyclone Amphan, a long term sustainable plan is required to help South Bengal

South Bengal still stranded without food and shelter as West Bengal government messes up relief and rescue after Cyclone Amphan.

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