CAL 13 WB-POLL-2ND LD MAMATA EC trying to suppress facts by barring entry of politicians in Cooch Behar: Mamata Siliguri: Describing the incident of firing in Cooch Behar as 'genocide', West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday said the Election Commission has restricted the entry of politicians in the district for 72 hours as it seeks to 'suppress facts'.
CAL 14 WB-MAMATA-LD RALLY Cooch Behar incident result of conspiracy hatched by BJP to intimidate voters: Mamata Rajganj/Nagrakota/Chalsa: Urging people not to vote for 'trigger-happy BJP', West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday claimed that the tragedy in Cooch Behar was the 'result of a conspiracy' hatched by the saffron party to intimidate voters.
CAL 15 POL-GURUNG-LD INTERVIEW Cooch Behar killings turning point, BJP to be routed from north Bengal: Bimal Gurung Darjeeling: Asserting that Saturday's firing by the CISF in Cooch Behar, which claimed four lives, will be a 'turning point' in Bengal polls, Bimal Gurung, the chief of one of the two GJM factions, claimed that the BJP is set to face the wrath of voters in the next four phases of elections, especially in the northern part of the state.
CAL 18 WB-POLL-SHAH-RALLY Ready to resign only if people of Bengal ask me to do so: Shah on Cooch Behar killings Basirhat: Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Sunday said that he is ready to resign from his post only if the people of West Bengal ask him to do so.
CAL 19 OD-VACCINE-SHORTAGE 900 vaccination sites in Odisha shut due to vaccine shortage Bhubaneswar: On Sunday when 'Tika Utsav', a special inoculation drive against coronavirus was launched across the country, at least 900 session sites in Odisha remained shut owing to shortage of COVID-19 vaccines, triggering a blame game between the ruling BJD and the BJP.
CAL 20 WB-FIRING-TMC-DEMONSTRATIONS Cooch Behar killings: TMC workers stage demonstrations across Bengal, demand resignation of Amit Shah Kolkata: The Trinamool Congress on Sunday said its workers staged thousands of demostrations across West Bengal in protest against the killing of four people in firing by CISF personnel during polling in the fourth phase.
CAL 21 WB-POLL-4TH PHASE-TURNOUT WB registered 79.90 per cent polling in fourth phase Kolkata: West Bengal registered 79.90 per cent polling during the fourth phase of assembly elections held in 44 constituencies spread across five districts, state chief electoral officer Ariz Aftab said on Sunday. PTI RG RG