The Telegraph
Wednesday , March 26 , 2014
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When ‘sound-less’ Rahul discovered silence is golden in the most talkative city in the country

Rahul Gandhi today found a Brahmastra — silence — to take on the BJP’s Har, Har chant, Trinamul’s diatribe against dynasty and allegations of discrimination, and the CPM’s accusation of corruption in the UPA government. ...   | Read..

Rahul vs Mamata

If Rahul Gandhi was silent in Calcutta, he had his say earlier in the day in north Bengal. Moments after a ride on a potholed path, Rahul criticised the Mamata Banerjee govern...   | Read..

Poll forces

The Election Commission today iterated that central forces would man every “critical booth” in Bengal and added that the quantum of forces would be much more ...   | Read..

Former rebel’s extortion slur on Trinamul

A Maoist leader who had surrendered a decade ago and opened a stone quarry with the Left government’s help after he got bail has alleged that he had to close down h...   | Read..

Dev leaves a ‘rare’ taste in mouth

A bowl of rabri, a cup of tea and a rare gesture of courtesy in Bengal’s boorish political landscape marked Dev’s visit to the house of his CPI rival S...   | Read..
(From left) Manoj Chakraborty, Adhir Chowdhury and Manas Bhuniya at the meeting venue. Veterans Bhuniya and Pradip Bhattacharya were seen trying to keep pace with Rahul