The Telegraph
Wednesday , July 2 , 2014

Loudmouths meet nemesis in cellphone

The ubiquitous cellphone, not the BJP, is turning out to be the Trinamul Congressís biggest headache. More so for film personalities like Tapas Paul, who have made the transition to politics but still draw crowds in rural areas for their star value. ...   | Read..

Tapas daughter apologises

Sohini Paul, an actress now based in Mumbai and Tapas Paul’s daughter, spoke to The Telegraph on her father’s speech....   | Read..

Adrift panel benefits govt

Many bureaucrats and Opposition leaders today felt the need for a proactive human rights commission in the aftermath of Trinamul Congress MP Tapas Paul’s inflammato...   | Read..

Malay set for cabinet comeback

Malay Ghatak, the Trinamul leader who was apparently forced to quit his cabinet berth after Asansol Lok Sabha candidate Dola Sen’s loss, is likely to get a minister...   | Read..

For dad, law comes first

A Murshidabad cook yesterday handed over his son to police after learning that he had murdered a 16-year-old girl and buried the body in a ground behind his home. ...   | Read..

Congress MLAs stage walkout

Congress MLAs today walked out of the Assembly when their adjournment motion demanding a discussion on Trinamul MP Tapas Paul’s inflammatory speech was not allowed ...   | Read..

‘Lawful’ tip to hack at home

A Trinamul zilla parishad chief in Bankura today told party workers to hack and sacrifice outsiders entering their homes, the comments in a flare-up zone coming with the assu...   | Read..
The video footage shows a person recording Tapas Paulís speech on a cellphone