Protests against CAA, PM Modi's visit continue in Kolkata
Day-long protests by several groups and parties against PM Narendra Modi’s visit turned into a volatile confrontation between them and Trinamool Congress Chhatra Parishad activists at Esplanade
Mamata meets PM Modi, faces protest from Left students
West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee on Saturday met PM Modi and urged him to withdraw conte...
PM Modi attacks Mamata Banerjee for 'changed' stand on citizenship issue, 'spreading rumours'
Mamata Banerjee used to plead in Parliament to ...
Amit Shah blames opposition for CAA ‘anarchy’
He also challenged Congress’ Rahul Gandhi, West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee, Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal and the Communists to show him any provision in the CAA that would take away the citizenship of Muslims in the country.
Modi and Mamata meet at Raj Bhawan
The politically significant meeting between the two leaders took place a short time after the PM arrived in the city on a two-day visit. PM Modi, who will be in Kolkata on Saturday and Sunday, is scheduled to attend the function marking the 150th anniversary of Kolkata Port Trust on January 12 and other programmes.
PM Modi's Kolkata visit: Students plan protest march to Raj Bhavan
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to arrive in Kolkata on Saturday on a two-day visit, during which he will attend sesquicentenary c...
PM Modi, Mamata likely to share stage on January 12: TMC sources
The two leaders will come together in the state for the first time since the Lok Sabha polls in May. "As far as we know, she (Banerjee) will attend a programme of the Kolkata Port Trust (KoPT) on January 12, where the prime minister would also be present," a senior Trinamool Congress leader told PTI.
PM should intervene to revoke 'anti-people' CAA and proposed NRC: Mamata Banerjee
Addressing a press meet here, Banerjee, who is also the TMC supremo, urged the PM to withdraw the "anti-people" law and plans to implement nationwide NRC. "It is not about any political victory or defeat. It is matter of our country... Withdraw CAA and NRC," she said in her appeal to Modi.
At Rs 1,450 cr, BJP got 61% funding via Electoral Bonds before LS polls
Anti-bond Congress raised 41% of its total Rs 918 cr funding through bonds, Trinamool got Rs 97 crore.
Sonia Gandhi calls oppn meet on joint action plan
Congress president Sonia Gandhi has called a meeting of like-minded opposition parties on Monday to frame a joint action plan against the Citizenship Amendment Act and proposed National Register of Citizens, and discuss the political situation arising out of surging students protests across the country.
At 744, West Bengal tops crimes by foreigners
West Bengal recorded the highest number of crimes (744) committed by foreigners in 2018 followed by Karnataka (175) and Himachal Pradesh (147), according to 2018 National Crime Records Bureau (NCRB) report.
Will boycott opposition meeting convened by Sonia Gandhi: Mamata
West Bengal CM Mamata Banerjee said she will boycott the opposition meeting convened by Congress president Sonia Gandhi on January 13 to protest the violence unleashed in the state allegedly by Left Front and Congress workers during a trade union strike.
Kolkata: Mamata Banerjee challenges Amit Shah to implement CAA, NRC in West Bengal
Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee took out protest march in Kolkata against Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) and National Regist...
Ready to surrender my life but will not bow down to politics of hatred: CM Mamata Banerjee
Kolkata, Dec 16 (ANI): Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee made a bold statement over politics of hatred. She said, “I am ready s...
CAA, NRC over ‘my Dead Body’: Mamata Banerjee; LDF and UDF on one platform
“We will never allow NRC and CAA in Bengal. No one will be ousted from the state,” Banerjee said as she read out an ‘oath’ for her party workers. Dubbing the rallies “unconstitutional and inflammatory”, governor Jagdeep Dhankhar urged the CM to devote time to retrieving the situation.
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