West Bengal 2021 election
Bengal- The killing fields
From the post poll spate of death, dishonor, and displacement, to the seething embers of Rampurhat, the dance of death in Bengal continues its diabolic grasp unsparing of women, children, old and the young, even pets.
Why West Bengal has been violently political
Violence has entered into the DNA of the politics of ruling party irrespective of which one it is.
Mamata vs. centre – Leaders’ dilemma
Is it possible to enact/reform legislation to ensure fair play for these civil servants? If there is a will, there is a way; with the kind of majority the present government has, reform in this area can also be thought of.
Rise of Hindu vote in Tamil Nadu and West Bengal
it can be safely assumed that with new rising Hindu vote, the non traditional BJP states might also have got good influence on ideology of RSS.
What to Expect from Smriti Irani as BJP’s Bengal in charge
BJP’s decision to send Smriti Irani to Bengal as Central In Charge has so many calculations involved, especially her challenging work, dedication, and her instincts to connect with people, especially women are her positive factors
Bengal: Is TMC disrespecting people’s mandate?
After 2011 people of Bengal desperately wanted a change and that change came through Trinamool Congress. But it soon became what it fought against.
बंगाल दंगे और लोकतन्त्र की ज़िम्मेदारी
बंगाल में चुनाव जीतते ही हिंसा का खूनी खेला जो तृणमूल ने खेला है, उसने बंगाल के लोगो को भी यह एहसास जरूर दिला दिया होगा कि उन्होने तृणमूल को सत्ता देकर उचित निर्णय शायद नहीं लिया।
CM Mamta Banejee meets her match; Suvendu Adhikari becomes the Leader Of Opposition in West-Bengal Vidhan Sabha
It is pertinent to note that with 77 seats, BJP emerges as a second largest party in the West Bengal & would play a role of Opposition in the Legislative Assembly.
The snapshots you can’t ignore: Take from WB election results for India’s tomorrow
Is India's tomorrow decided by West Bengal election results?
The BJP has to be watchful of Mamata’s recalibrated secularism
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Mamata is a died-in-the-wool secularist, as the definition of “secularism” in India is: appeasing minorities.