CAL 24 WB-LD SHAH Mamata's fulminations against CAPF betrays frustration: Shah Kolkata: Coming down hard on West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, Home Minister Amit Shah said on Friday her fulminations against central forces betrayed frustration over 'impending defeat' in the Assembly elections and wondered whether she is pushing the state towards anarchy.
CAL 25 POL-NORTH BENGAL-PROFILE Battle of nerves between TMC and BJP amid changing political equations in North Bengal Kolkata: North Bengal, with its 54 seats spread across seven districts, has all the wherewithal to be a game-changer this election, with the BJP striving hard to hold its fort in the region, and the TMC seeking to recover its lost ground amid changing political equations.
CAL 31 WB-POLL-LD MAMATA Mamata alleges Shah trying to incite violence in Bengal Memari: West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday alleged Home Minister Amit Shah was trying to incite violence in the state and egging the police to engage in unethical acts.
CAL 32 WB-POLL-NADDA Mamata in fear of losing election, says Nadda Kolkata: BJP national president J P Nadda on Friday claimed that the people of West Bengal have decided to end the rule of the Trinamool Congress and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is scared of losing the assembly election.
CAL 34 WB-POLL-SHAH-ROADSHOW Amit Shah holds roadshow in Bengal's Jaggadal Jagaddal: Senior BJP leader and Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Friday took part in a colourful roadshow at Jagaddal in West Bengal's North 24 Parganas district.
CES 8 WB-POLL-CLASH BJP, TMC workers clash over tearing of posters in Kolkata Kolkata: A clash broke out between members of the Trinamool Congress and the BJP in Chetla area of Kolkata, considered to be the bastion of senior state minister Firhad Hakim, after posters of saffron party candidate Rudranil Ghosh were found torn in the locality, police said.
CES 9 WB-MRINAL SEN-MEMORABILIA Mrinal Sen's letters to son donated to University of Chicago Kolkata: Letters penned by legendary Bengali filmmaker Mrinal Sen to his only son Kunal Sen are among the archival materials of the Dada Saheb Phalke awardee that were donated to the University of Chicago. PTI RG RG