Mamata Banerjee lays foundation stone of Gorkha Welfare Centre in New Delhi
Saraswati Bhajan Audio Released in Darjeeling today
New Delhi, Feb 8: The Supreme Court on Friday sought response from the Centre on a fresh plea challenging its decision to grant 10 per cent reservation in jobs and admissions to general category poor candidates.
Bhopal, Feb 8: Congress chief Rahul Gandhi Friday mocked the Modi government for announcing support of Rs 6,000 per year to small and marginal farmers when it “wrote off” Rs 3.5 lakh crore loans of 15 big industrialists.
0 Our YouTube Subscribers. Don’t forget to subscribe! Buy our Magazines and Books online Kolkata, Feb 8: In an ongoing battle of words between Prime Minister Narendra Modi and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Banerjeeling today hit out at Prime Minister Narendra Modi calling him “the master of corruption” and said that she supported the views…
0 Our YouTube Subscribers. Don’t Forget to Subscribe! BUY OUR BOOKS AND MAGAZINES ONLINE Churabhandar (WB), Feb 7 (PTI) Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday inaugurated the long-awaited circuit bench of the Calcutta High Court and said it would help in providing speedy justice to the people of north Bengal. Pressing a button to unveil the plaque…
0 Our YouTube Subscribers. Don’t Forget to Subscribe Buy our Books online Mamata govt defamed bengal, left people helpless: Modi Churabhandar (WB), Feb 8: Prime Minister Narendra Modi Friday launched a scathing attack on the Mamata Banerjee government, claiming it had defamed the soil of West Bengal and rendered its people helpless. Addressing a well-attended BJP…
By Pradipta Tapadar Jalpaiguri (WB), Feb 7 (PTI) Jalpaiguri district in north Bengal, once the hotbed of naxals, is witnessing inroads by BJP riding on the people’s discontent over unemployment and closure of various tea gardens in the district. The district, nestled near the Darjeeling hills and borders Bangladesh, is a mere 68 km from Naxalbari…
PM Modi to lay the foundation stone for a National Highways project worth Rs 1938 Crore in Jalpaiguri
The CPI Wednesday criticised both the Centre and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee over the developments following CBI’s attempt to question Kolkata Police commissioner in a chit fund scam and demanded a transparent inquiry into the Ponzi schemes.
A day after Banerjee ended her three-day dharna in Kolkata protesting the CBI’s action, CPI General Secretary S Sudhakar Reddy accused her of trying to convert the issue into a crisis involving Centre-state relations.
He said both the action and reaction were not good for democracy.
Hitting out at the NDA government, he alleged cases had been filed before the elections against leaders, including Samajwadi Partys Akhilesh Yadav, BSP chief Mayawati, former JNU student union leader Kanhaiya Kumar.
The Central government should stop using CBI, the Enforcement Directorate against political opponents, he told reporters here.
Reddy alleged BJP’s political opponents, including Congress president Rahul Gandhi and his mother Sonia Gandhi, were being made accused in some case or the other.
On the other hand, there had been no progress in the investigation into cases involving BJP leaders, he claimed.
Equally undemocratically, Mamata Banerjee reacted by arresting the CBI people, he said referring to the dharna staged by the Trinamool Congress chief protesting the central investigation agency’s attempt to question Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar.
We feel that this type of thing is not good for the Indian democracy. Action and reaction both, Reddy said, seeking a transparent inquiry into the Saradha and Rosevalley scams in which gullible investors had been allegedly duped.
On the coming Lok Sabha elections, he said no formal discussion had taken place on a possible alliance between the Left parties and the Congress in West Bengal.
The CPI leader sought to know why Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao, who has proposed a federal front, was ‘silent’ on the developments in West Bengal.
He criticised the TRS government in Telangana for not having a full-fledged cabinet though the government assumed office on December 13.
Binay Tamang speaks out in favour of Mamata; Addresses Kolkata in Nepali
Kolkata, Feb 5: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee Tuesday described as “blatant lie” the Union Home Ministry charge that Kolkata Police Commissioner Rajeev Kumar participated in her dharna, and said the officer never went up to the dais of her three-day sit-in.
New Delhi, Feb 5: Home Minister Rajnath Singh Tuesday asserted that the government is committed to complete the NRC process in Assam within the stipulated time and will ensure that no foreigner is included or any Indian citizen excluded.
New Delhi, Feb 5: The Supreme Court Tuesday came down heavily on the Centre over the Assam National Register of Citizens (NRC) process and said it is hell bent on not allowing the work to continue.
Kolkata, Feb 5: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today alleged that the BJP is “blackmailing” people by using central agencies like the CBI against them and then getting them into the party fold.