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West Bengal panchayat candidate held after stealing cop’s mobile, sending selfie to police officer’s wife
An independent candidate for the upcoming West Bengal panchayat election was arrested after he allegedly stole a police officer’s cell phone and sent his selfie to the officer’s wife.
A 39-year-old Biology teacher was awarded capital punishment on Thursday for raping and killing a minor domestic help at his residence in Tamluk.
Justice Subrata Talukdar held the April 10 notification of the SEC which was issued withdrawing the notification a day earlier extending the time by a day for filling nominations was illegal.
A large number of people today blocked Chengail railway station, about 30 km from here, demanding justice to the victim of the Kathua rape case.
33 per cent of MPs and MLAs throughout the country have declared criminal cases their affidavits.
The CPI (M) seems to be losing its appeal among masses as party membership fell to the lowest since 2014 with the highest drop of nearly 6 per cent in membership reported in 2017.
Party’s nonagenarian leadership has not given up hope and feel there is a continuous struggle and soon CPI (M) will overcome all shortcomings to proceed on a new journey.
National Commission for Women condemns TMC government, says ‘Emergency-like’ situation in Darjeeling
Narrating her experiences of meeting women victims of the agitation and political prisoners, she said ‘democracy has died in Darjeeling’.
Bhattacharya demanded that the State Election Commissioner Amarendra Kumar Singh be removed and argued that the High Court has every right to intervene in the election process.
Gusty winds of 98 kmph, which swept the city from for 40 minutes on Tuesday evening, has caused massive damages.
Ten persons were killed and rail, road and air traffic was disrupted in West Bengal as twin storms accompanied by rains lashed through the city on Tuesday night felling trees.
The single bench is scheduled to hear the petitions by the opposition parties as well as by the State Election Commission and ruling Trinamool Congress tomorrow.
A single-judge bench of Justice Subrata Talukdar extended the stay till 2 p.m. on Tuesday in view of an appeal filed before a Division Bench of the High Court against the stay.
The Media and Journalist's Welfare Association (India) had alleged that many scribes were attacked while covering the nomination filing process on April 9 at Alipur.
The court also sought from the SEC a comprehensive status report on the poll process by Monday, detailing the number of nominations filed and the percentage of nominations rejected.