The Telegraph
Saturday , April 12 , 2014

Mamata cherry-picks Modi thorns

Mamata Banerjee today accused the BJP and Narendra Modi of trying to divide Bengal but studiously skirted the specific corruption charges levelled against her government by him....   | Read..

CPM coal grouse

The CPM today lodged a complaint with the Election Commission alleging that coal smugglers in Asansol and Durgapur had been given a free hand by the Trinamul Congress in ...   | Read..

Rivals unite on default

The Left and the Congress today shared a dais to express solidarity with duped depositors of the Saradha Group, a day after the BJP’s Narendra Modi blamed the Mamat...   | Read..

Reinstatement order ‘technically invalid’

The order issued by the chief secretary yesterday mentioning that the eight officers transferred at the Election Commission’s behest will be reinstated in their pre...   | Read..

EC forces cops to arrest assaulters

Malda police today picked up four persons, including a Trinamul minister’s son-in-law, for the attack on poll officials in Malda yesterday, the law-enforcers stirring i...   | Read..

Brother palm cut for CM rally wish

A Congress supporter in North Dinajpur was today accused of hacking the palm of his younger brother, a Trinamul loyalist, for saying he would attend Mamata Banerjee’...   | Read..
Mamata Banerjee sits beside her helicopter in Chopra, North Dinajpur, waiting to fly to the Hasimara air force base in Jalpaiguri, 162km away, on Friday. She held her last rally on Friday in Chopra. Trinamul sources said the chief minister reached the Mahatma Gandhi High School grounds in Chopra, where the chopper was waiting, around 4.05pm. She waited for over half an hour as the Bagdogra air traffic control in Siliguri and the Hashimara air base had not given the chopper clearance to fly. Mamata took off at 4.37pm after getting the clearance. Picture by Kundan Yolmo
Mamata cherry-picks Modi thorns



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