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Large-scale post-poll violence in Bengal claims lives as Oppn alleges 2011 re-run

Kolkata: Even as Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee appealed for calm, West Bengal is roiled by large-scale post poll violence claiming at least a dozen lives so far while the opposition parties' leaders and workers are being attacked and their property looted, according to media reports and the opposition parties.

TMC-BJP vs We All: Left-Congress-ISF leaders call for a change in poll-bound Bengal from mega Brigade rally

Kolkata/IBNS: Amid their ongoing talks about a mega alliance to contest together in the forthcoming West Bengal assembly polls, leaders of the Left parties, Congress, and recently floated Indian Secular Front (ISF) on Sunday gave a call to defeat Trinamool Congress (TMC) as well as the BJP from their joint Brigade rally in Kolkata that reportedly recorded a gathering of hundreds of thousands of people.

Alliance with Congress preceded by movement: Left's new strategy ahead of Bengal Polls

Kolkata/IBNS: Taking a lesson from the disastrous outcome in the 2016 West Bengal Assembly Elections, the Left is eyeing for a movement with Congress before jumping into the high-pitched state polls due to be held in April-May next year.

'Congress must join us in movement before we seal poll alliance': Left Front chairman Biman Bose

Kolkata/IBNS: Left Front Chairman Biman Bose on Sunday said the left parties constituting the front are yet to discuss the alliance with Congress for the crucial 2021 West Bengal Assembly polls.

Forward Bloc objects to Congress' initiative for alliance with Leftists

New Delhi/UNI: The possibility of a 'Third Front' comprising the Congress and the Left Front eyeing the Bengal Assembly elections has received a jolt with the Forward Bloc (FB) objecting to forming any such alliance.

Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury bats for Congress and Left Front alliance for 2021 Bengal assembly elections

Kolkata/UNI: Congress parliamentary party leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury has asserted that there will be an alliance between Congress and Left Front ahead of 2021 assembly elections.

BJP declares candidates for by-polls in West Bengal

Kolkata/IBNS: BJP on Saturday declared its candidates for West Bengal assembly by-polls scheduled for Nov 25.

Left gives call to oust Modi-Mamata, accuses BJP, TMC of looting people in partnership

Kolkata, Feb 3 (IBNS): In a bid to enthuse its party workers and get back its lost ground in West Bengal ahead of the General Elections, the Left Front on Sunday gave a call to oust both Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led BJP government at the Centre and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's TMC government in the eastern state.

JNUSU election 2018: United Left wins four top posts

New Delhi, Sept 16 (IBNS):  The United Left kept its strong hold in Jawaharlal Nehru University intact as it won all the four central panel posts in the students’ union elections here on Sunday.

Left Front calls for 6-hour general shut down in Bengal on Apr 13 over statewide violence over Panchayat nomination

Kolkata, Apr 11 (IBNS): Protesting against the alleged statewide attack of ruling Trinamool Congress (TMC) on oppositions during the nomination filing for upcoming Panchayat polls, the Left Front has called for a 6-hour general strike in West Bengal on Apr 13 (Friday).

Former Bengal minister Pratim Chatterjee passes away in Kolkata

Kolkata, Mar 18 (IBNS): All India Forward Bloc (AIFB) leader and former Fire Brigade minister during the Left regime in West Bengal, Pratim Chatterjee, passed away in Kolkata on Sunday morning, reports said.

Will Biplab Kumar Deb be the next Tripura CM?

Agartala, Mar 3 (IBNS): With BJP registering a thumping victory in Left bastion Tripura uninstalling the communists after 25 years, the next big question is who in BJP will be taking oath as the next Chief Minister of the state to replace Left Front's Manik Sarkar whose fort came crashing down.

Kolkata: Democratic Socialist Party (DSP) part ways with Left Front

Kolkata, Jul 30 (IBNS): West Bengal-based social democratic political party- Democratic Social Party (DSP)- on Sunday announced to leave the Left Front.