The Telegraph
Wednesday , May 14 , 2014

How central forces & malpractice coexist

Senior Election Commission officials today expressed surprise at reports of electoral malpractice despite the presence of 500 companies of central forces in the fifth polling phase in Bengal, the concern capturing the lacunae in assessing the need for central forces and their deployment.. ...   | Read..

Police skip accused custody

Police did not seek custody of the 12 persons arrested in connection with the bomb-and-bullet attack on CPM supporters in Haroa yesterday, following which they wer...   | Read..

Economic trigger behind political bullets

The political landscape of Bengal has changed, so has Nimai Mandal’s life. ...   | Read..

‘Helping’ hands at repoll

Two youths were seen “helping” two women cast their votes at a Burdwan booth where repolling was held today, following which the presiding officer was removed...   | Read..

Woman dies, attack finger at Trinamul

The mother of two CPM supporters died of a heart attack in Nadia early this morning, hours after she fell unconscious seeing houses of some Left loyalists in the neighbourhoo...   | Read..
Security personnel rush towards the area where CPM supporters were attacked in Haroa on Tuesday. Picture by Amit Datta