The CPI(M) led-LDF in Kerala has intensified its agitation demanding Chief Minister Oommen Chandy’s resignation.
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At least eight persons were killed in poll violence in West Bengal on July 22.
What took place on July 19 reminded of the incidents of 1972, when the assembly elections throughout the state were completely rigged.
Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy should resign to facilitate an impartial investigation into the multi-crore solar scam.
Thousands of people bid farewell to legendary Communist leader Comrade Samar Mukherjee in Kolkata on July 18.
Booth capturing and rigging were the order of the day as Burdwan, East Midnapore and Hooghly districts went to polls
Biman Basu, has refuted any wrongdoing in maintaining a bank account in his name in which Party funds have been deposited.
Ministers openly threatened that the opposition parties would not be allowed to operate freely. This has now been implemented in the first phase. Thousands of people were not allowed to vote.
The way the Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is bullying the State Election Commission, it appears that there is nothing called democracy and the Constitution.
LDF's call for hartal on July 10 met with an overwhelming response.