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83 percent voting in <strong>West</strong> <strong>Bengal</strong>

83 percent voting in West Bengal

24 Apr 2014

Kolkata: Around 83 percent voting was reported in the second phase of the Lok Sabha polls in West Bengal on Thursday involving six constituencies as the scheduled time came to an end at 6 pm while there were people outside the polling booths.

Lok Sabha polls ,   sixth phase polling ,   Battle 2014 ,   general election ,   voting in West Bengal ,   voting in Bengal ,   Bengal election,  
 <strong>Bengal</strong> Number one in expenditure under 100-day scheme: Mamata

Bengal Number one in expenditure under 100-day scheme: Mamata

24 Apr 2014

Kolkata: Quoting the Union Rural Development Ministry, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Thursday said that West Bengal had emerged number one in terms of expenditure on employment generation under the 100-days work scheme.

Union Rural Development Ministry,   Mamata Banerjee,   Mamata Banerjee,   LS polls 2014,  
<strong>Bengal</strong> folk dancers promote voting

Bengal folk dancers promote voting

23 Apr 2014

Kolkata: Five groups of Gambhira folk dancers clad in embellished psychedelic costumes and sporting giant masks are generating a buzz about voting in West Bengal's Malda district.

Gambhira folk dancers,   West Bengal,   Malda,   Election Commission's Systematic Voter Education and Electoral Participation,   Lok Sabha polls ,  
Trinamool Congress 'throttling' democracy in <strong>Bengal</strong>: Tripura <strong>CM</strong>

Trinamool Congress 'throttling' democracy in Bengal: Tripura CM

22 Apr 2014

Guwahati: Charging Trinamool Congress with throttling democracy in West Bengal by intimidating voters, Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar on Tuesday said the Left will do better in the state if polling is done without any fear.

Trinamool Congress,   Manik Sarkar,   Lok Sabha elections 2014,   Tripura CM ,  
Poll panel has proper medicines to ensure fair polls: EC’s special observer to <strong>Bengal</strong>

Poll panel has proper medicines to ensure fair polls: EC’s special observer to Bengal

23 Apr 2014

Kolkata: Asserting that the Election Commission was not afraid of anyone, its special observer to West Bengal Sudhir Kumar Rakesh on Tuesday said the poll panel has proper ‘medicines’ to ensure peaceful and fair polls.

Election Commission,   Poll panel,   West Bengal,   Sudhir Kumar Rakesh,   Trinamool Congress,   Birbhum,  
Trinamool's Dev has assets worth Rs 15 crore

Trinamool's Dev has assets worth Rs 15 crore

22 Apr 2014

Kolkata: Bengali movie superstar and Trinamool Congress candidate from West Bengal's Ghatal seat, Dev alias Deepak Adhikari, has declared assets of over Rs 15 crore.

Trinamool Congress,   Deepak Adhikari,   West Bengal,   TMC,   LS polls 2014,  
HC stays Teesta's arrest until June 19 in Gulbarg <strong>fund</strong> case

HC stays Teesta's arrest until June 19 in Gulbarg fund case

23 Apr 2014

Ahmedabad: Granting a big relief to social activist Teesta Setalwad, her husband Javed Anand and slain Congress MP Ehsan Jafri's son Tanvir Jafri, the Gujarat High Court stayed their arrest here today, until June 19, in connection with the Gulbarg Society fund embezzlement case.

Teesta Setalwad,   Javed Anand,   Ehsan Jafri,   Tanvir Jafri,   Gujarat High Court,   Gulbarg Society fund embezzlement,  
Modi crossing all limits in misleading people: Sonia Gandhi

Modi crossing all limits in misleading people: Sonia Gandhi

22 Apr 2014

Islampur (West Bengal): Congress president Sonia Gandhi on Tuesday said Bharatiya Janata Party’s prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi has ‘crossed all limits in misleading the people’.

Sonia Gandhi,   Congress,   Sonia Gandhi rally in West Bengal,   Lok Sabha polls,   general election,  
EC issues show cause notice to Trinamool legislator

EC issues show cause notice to Trinamool legislator

21 Apr 2014

Kolkata: The Election Commission has issued a show cause notice to Trinamool Congress (TMC) legislator Monirul Islam after he asked party workers in West Bengal's Birbhum to prevent people from voting for other parties.

Election Commission,   Trinamool Congress legislator,   Monirul Islam,   West Bengal,   ,  
Take urgent action to curb violence in <strong>West</strong> <strong>Bengal</strong>, Left urges EC

Take urgent action to curb violence in West Bengal, Left urges EC

19 Apr 2014

New Delhi: Concerned over "growing attacks" on its workers and party offices in West Bengal, the CPI(M) on Saturday asked the Election Commission to take urgent steps to ensure free and fair polls and alleged that a "rattled" Trinamool Congress was spinning "a web of conspiracy theories" to justify "its violence".

EC,   Left,   TMC,   violence,   West Bengal,   Birbhum,  

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