‘Get your workers insured’: Netizens suggest as AAP decides to contest local body polls in West Bengal
Netizens flooded the microblogging site with suggestions on how the Arvind Kejriwal party should protect its cadres and leaders as it prepares to enter the death knell
Justice Chandrachud led Supreme Court bench says no to central forces deployment in West Bengal local polls
The Supreme Court bench comprising Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice Surya Kant dismissed the special leave petition filed by the BJP leaders against the decision of the Calcutta High Court.
The people of Bengal might want the BJP to be the main opposition, but in the media, it is the CPIM that gets to have the voice.
After ordering central forces for Tripura municipal polls, Supreme Court junks BJP’s petition seeking central forces for Kolkata municipal polls
Supreme Court of India refused to entertain a petition filed by BJP to deploy central forces for the upcoming Kolkata municipal elections
Supreme Court Collegium recommends 8 names as Chief Justices of High Courts, Calcutta HC acting CJ Rajesh Bindal made CJ of Allahabad HC
High Courts in Allahabad, Calcutta, Andhra, Karnataka, Telangana, Meghalaya, Gujarat, MP to get new CJs on collegium recommendation
Why ask tough questions to an elected leader when you have rasgulla being offered?
‘If u want to come back to village, send your wife to me first’: TMC leader Muzaffar Baig accused of threatening BJP worker
Hundreds of BJP workers and supporters, mostly Hindus, have been forced to flee their villages along with families. They have been staying in shelters provided by the Assam government.
West Bengal Governor travels across the state and Assam to console those ravaged by post-poll violence
West Bengal Governor visited various villages and met the affected family members who were attacked or killed in the post poll violence
NCPCR writes to Assam DMs over rehabilitation of children who fled West Bengal due to post-poll violence
NCPCR took cognisance of atrocities meted out on children who fled to Assam in the wake of post-poll violence in West Bengal
Indic Collective writes twice to Supreme Court to list petition on Bengal violence for urgent hearing, court pays no heed
On May 3, the Indic Collective Trust (ICT) had moved the Supreme Court over the post-poll violence that has erupted in West Bengal.