21 Jul 2013
• Three persons killed in WB Panchayat polls• Two cops among others injured• Murshidabad goes to polls on Monday
10 Apr 2016
Kolkata: The fate of top opposition leaders in West Bengal will be sealed by about 70 lakh voters in 31 constituencies in high-stakes multi-cornered contest in second part of phase one of Assembly elections tomorrow.
30 Jul 2013
Jalpaiguri(WB): A Congress worker was killed and two others sustained injures after a clash broke out in Jalpaiguri district of West Bengal following the declaration of Panchayat polls results.
23 Dec 2015
Dahod: Police fired 12 teargas shells to control the situation after supporters of Congress and BJP clashed and set on fire vehicles after the election of president of Dahod district panchayat here was postponed.
11 Apr 2016
Guwahati/Kolkata: High voter turnout was recorded in the assembly polls in Assam and West Bengal where an estimated 79 percent and 75 percent of the voters cast their ballots today till around 4:30 pm amid sporadic clashes and police firing that resulted in the death of an elderly voter.
21 Apr 2016
Kolkata: Amid reports of sporadic violence which killed one person, over 18 percent of polling was registered in the first two hours for the third phase of the West Bengal assembly elections involving 62 constituencies in four districts today.
01 Mar 2016
Kolkata: The BJP today hit out at the Trinamool Congress government in West Bengal over the alleged lack of industrialisation in the state, where, it said, nobody was safe due to the "lawless" situation.
11 Jul 2013
Long queues of voters were seen outside the polling booths in the Maoist-hit Junglemahal areas in the first phase of the panchayat polls being held on Thursday in West Bengal amid heavy security.
20 Jul 2013
Howrah (WB): Trinamool Congress MLA Gulshan Mullick was on Friday injured along with party workers in post-panchayat poll violence at Panchla in Howrah district, the scene of clashes between ruling TMC and opposition CPI-M during voting on July 19.
23 May 2016
Kolkata: The BJP, which had lost some steam after the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, has put up a spirited show in the West Bengal Assembly elections this time and has played spoilsport for the opposition Left Front-Congress alliance in more than 70 seats.