01 Nov 2014
Kolkata: The BJP alleged that West Bengal has become a "land of jehadis" under the Mamata Banerjee government.
01 Nov 2014
New Delhi: Seeking concrete information so as to inch towards fruitful results, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) has announced cash rewards for information leading to the arrest of 12 absconders in connection with the West Bengal's Burdwan blast.
30 Oct 2014
Kolkata: Filmmaker Farah Khan was delighted to meet Mamata Banerjee here, and said the West Bengal Chief Minister met her with warmth and love.
29 Oct 2014
Kolkata: Firing a fresh salvo at the Mamata Banerjee government, opposition BJP on Wednesday charged that West Bengal was fast becoming a safe haven for terrorists and anarchists under the ruling TMC, which was raising concerns about national security.
27 Oct 2014
Kolkata/Burdwan (WB): The country's security and intelligence chiefs including National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Monday descended on the blast site at Burdwan in West Bengal and later met Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, conveying that the Centre has taken the terror act seriously.
24 Oct 2014
Kolkata: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee performed Kali Puja at her residence at Kalighat area in the southern part of the city.
17 Oct 2014
Jhargram,(WB): West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee warned that her government would not allow communal harmony to be disturbed in the state.
28 Oct 2014
Kolkata: Leaving the ghost of Singur behind, various companies of the Tata Group said they would expand many of their existing projects in the state. Senior executives of the Tata group companies held a meeting with Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and informed her about their plan to expand existing projects
15 Oct 2014
Kolkata: Facing relentless attacks by BJP over different issues including the Burdwan blast, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee accused the saffron party of "arrogance and irresponsible conduct" which she termed as reminiscent of the Emergency period.
29 Oct 2014
Kolkata: West Bengal government has taken up a slew of projects to develop Sagar Island at the confluence of the river Ganga and Bay of Bengal as a major tourist destination. Two virgin beaches will be developed as part of the programme.