Congress IT cell passes off old images of left parties rally to claim lakhs of people attended their rally in Bengal
Several Congress shared images of a political rally claiming lakhs of people had gathered in Kolkata for a Congress rally
As per Election Commission data, the CPI is getting a vote share of 0.02 per cent and the CPM is getting a vote share of 0.01 per cent.
Days after death of infants at Shaheen Bagh, Supreme Court takes suo motu cognizance to stop involvement of children in protests
Shaheen Bagh: Supreme Court took cognisance to "stop the involvement of children and infants in demonstrations"
Former Diplomat KC Singh, who is known for his anti-Modi propaganda, used the tweet to attack the Election Commission for allowing CBI to allegedly 'arrest' Manish Sisodia at a time when Delhi is going to polls on February 8.
The woman accused biting the cop is yet to be identified. The DCP managed to free his hand after much struggle but has been injured. The cop was later to a hospital for a medical check-up.
See if you catch the difference in tone between these two articles published by The Hindu which often favours Communists
Kerala: Left-wing ‘activists’ block Nobel laureate Michael Levitt for hours in his houseboat during Bharat Bandh
Levitt, who received the 2013 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, was on a three-day visit to the state. His boat, anchored near Alappuzha after a trip to Kumarakom, was not allowed to leave by CITU protestors, who threatened the crew.
In a video, police in Malda, West Bengal, can be seen smashing windowscreens of cars during the Bharat Bandh violence
West Bengal: CM Mamata Banerjee says ‘Gundagardi’ and ‘Dadagiri’ is not movement, calls Left’s Bharat Bandh as ‘cheap politics’
Mamata Banerjee also launched an attack against the left parties by claiming that they have not engaged in any mass movement against CAA or NRC, neither in Bengal nor across the country, but wanted to take a short cut by calling a strike.
Hooliganism yet again: Masked JNU ‘students’ barge into information centre, switch severs off and forcibly evict technical staff
Students of controversial JNU disrupted the registration process for the winter semester