05 May 2016
Kolkata: Polling officially came to an end at 6 pm today in 25 constituencies in Cooch Behar and East Midnapore districts during the sixth and final phase of the West Bengal assembly polls.
04 May 2016
Nandigram (West Bengal): The Left is still fighting the spectre of a police firing that had left 14 dead nine years back in this rural hamlet.
04 May 2016
Kolkata: A day before West Bengal goes to the sixth and last phase of Assembly elections, the main contenders - Trinamool Congress and Left-Congress alliance - today sounded confident of forming the next government.
02 May 2016
Malda (WB): Three persons were killed and four others injured while they were allegedly making bombs in a house at Jaunpur in this district today, ahead of last phase of polling on May 5 in the state.
30 Apr 2016
Kolkata: Amid tight security and braving the sweltering heat, over 57 percent of the electorate cast their votes in the first six hours of polling for 53 constituencies in the fifth and penultimate phase of West Bengal's assembly polls today.
29 Apr 2016
Kolkata: To pre-empt chances of violence during fifth phase of polling in West Bengal tomorrow, a strong contingent of 90,000 personnel of Central and state police forces have been deployed in three poll-bound districts of the state.
29 Apr 2016
Kolkata: A heavy turnout of over 72 percent was registered till 3 PM today in the fifth and penultimate phase of assembly polls in West Bengal, which saw sporadic incidents of violence that left seven people injured.
27 Apr 2016
Sreerampore (WB): Hitting out at erstwhile Congress-led UPA regime over the 2G and coal scams, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee today said while the Congress was harping on Saradha scam in the current Assembly poll campaignings, it kept mum on the 'scams' that took place during UPA tenure.
25 Apr 2016
Kolkata: BJP's star candidate Roopa Ganguly today faced angry protests by Trinamool Congress activists in her constituency during the fourth phase of the West Bengal assembly polls.
23 Apr 2016
Kolkata: CPI(M) today claimed that violence was "unprecedented" in West Bengal with seven of its party workers "killed" since the onset of the Assembly elections, and said it will not succumb to such "politics of terror" and will put up greater resistance.