The Telegraph
Saturday , May 17 , 2014
CIMA Gallary

3Ms and disconnect fell Left

Itís one thing to be in decline and quite another to fall like this. The decline of the CPM in Bengal, that began with the panchayat elections of 2008, has been unchecked over the next two polls ó to the Lok Sabha in 2009 and the Assembly in 2011. But what has happened this time may be final pr...   | Read..

Moon Moon springs big surprise, Babul keeps Modi wish

Mamata Banerjee’s showbiz gamble paid off as Moon Moon Sen, Sandhya Roy, Arpita Ghosh and Dev posted handsome wins on Friday....   | Read..

How they fared

Subrata Bakshi...   | Read..


List of winners in Bengal...   | Read..

Adhirís 3.5-lakh victory margin

Adhir Chowdhury won by the biggest margin in Bengal in this Lok Sabha polls as the Congress retained four seats and increased its vote share by 9.7 per cent. ...   | Read..

BJP vote share spurts, eye on civic poll

A fringe political force in Bengal for over a decade made its presence felt in the state today as the BJP bagged over 17.3 per cent votes and won two Lok Sabha seats. ...   | Read..

Trinamul headway in north, not in hills

So far, it had a grip on south Bengal only. Now the Trinamul Congress has firmed up its presence in north Bengal, too....   | Read..

Minorities back Trinamul & Cong

Huge chunks of the minorities in Bengal, once the mainstay of the Left, appear to have eluded the combine once again and voted tactically and overwhelmingly for Trinamul ...   | Read..
Sugata Bose. Picture by Pradip Sanyal