College admission process has to be online, students can't be called before classes start: West Bengal government
Education minister Partha Chatterjee has informed all colleges that no student can be called to the campus during the admission process, Higher education secretary R S Shukla told reporters.
Trinamool accused the BJP local leaders of ransacking vehicle of the party's panchayat leader on Sunday.
Won't let Madhya Pradesh become Bengal, says former CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan on BJP worker's killing
Tanwar was shot at inside his home in Palia village by Congress worker Arun Sharma, who accused him of voting for the BJP, police said.
A BJP delegation on Monday met Election Commission officials and demanded re-polling in the violence-hit constituencies of West Bengal.
Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman demanded that Central Armed Forces should stay in West Bengal till the MCC comes to end.
Mamata Banerjee accused BJP workers and central forces of torturing people during the final phase of Lok Sabha polls.
Nilanjan Roy alleged that if Trinamool backed miscreants can attack his car, then it is impossible for the voters in the area to feel secured.
Several incidents of car vandalism, bombings, and voter intimidation was reported from West Bengal with the latest being a car bomb explosion near Rabindranath Tagore’s ancestral home in Kolkata.
The sex workers from red-light areas such as Rabindra Sarobar, Rambagan, Sethbagan, Bowbazar, Kalighat, Chelta, Kidderpore and Tollygunge are fighting for basic demands.
Deodher, who played a key role in Modi's election campaign in Varanasi in 2014, claimed West Bengal results are going to be a "shocker" like the BJP's 2014 victory in Uttar Pradesh.
In first such action in India's electoral history, the EC on Wednesday ordered campaigning in nine West Bengal constituencies to end at 10 pm Thursday, a day before its scheduled deadline
The Commission has been under attack from political parties for not curtailing campaigning in nine Lok Sabha seats in the state from Thursday morning.
During his election campaign at Moga in Punjab, Kejriwal told reporters that he strongly condemns the "attitude" of the EC.
A bust of 19th century Bengali reformer and polymath Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar was desecrated during the clashes.
The TMC, which swept the 2014 general elections in the state by bagging 34 Lok Sabha seats, is unsure about repeating the same performance this time.