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West Bengal Assembly to discuss chit fund issue on Wednesday

The West Bengal Assembly will discuss the chit fund issue and its fallout on the last day of its ongoing Budget Session on Wednesday.

Partha Chatterjee asks party workers to strengthen hands of Mamata

 Trinamool Congress secretary- general Partha Chatterjee on Sunday asked party workers to strengthen the hands of party chairperson and West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee.

TMC MLA removed from Parliamentary secretary post

Amid speculation of a rift between TMC supremo Mamata Banerjee and party leader Mukul Roy, Shilbhadra Dutta, a party MLA close to Roy, was on Wednesday removed from the post of parliamentary secretary.

'State govt trying to develop Bengal as higher education hub'

West Bengal Education minister Partha Chatterjee on Tuesday said that the state government is trying to develop Bengal as a higher education hub and emphasising on more centres of excellence.

Kalyani University officials assaulted

The estate officer and admission committee chairperson of Kalyani University were assaulted on Tuesday allegedly by students and employees agitating to press their demand for resignation of the Vice-Chancellor.

Those who want to, can leave the party: TMC

The Trinamool Congress on Monday dismissed speculation of any internal feud fuelled by a minister's resignation and an MP's grouse about lack of space in the party, saying those who want to leave are free to do so.

CPIM takes dig at TMC as its minister joins BJP

Taking a dig at the Trinamool Congress, the CPI(M) on Thursday said the party has no other way but to align with the BJP in order to save itself from the Saradha scam.

TMC rules out adverse impact after Manjul's exit

The Trinamool Congress on Thursday ruled out any adverse impact on the party because of the exit of its minister Manjul Krishna Thakur, who joined the BJP alleging that the TMC was functioning in a "whimsical" way.

Netaji files: WB minister to participate in MDMK protest

Chennai: MDMK chief Vaiko Saturday said Trinamool Congress Secretary-General and West Bengal Education Minister Partha Chatterjee will participate in a demonstration organised by his party here next week, demanding release of files relating to Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose.

Bengal Cabinet okays six smart cities in the state

 The West Bengal Government will develop six smart cities in the state on the basis of importance of those areas in trade, industry and technical education.

TMC to launch programme to counter BJP charges

Smarting from BJP's blistering attack over different issues, ruling Trinamool Congress on Saturday decided to launch a series of programmes from tomorrow to counter the charges.

JIS University Bill passed in WB Assembly amid LF walkout

The JIS University Bill-2014 was on Thursday passed in the West Bengal Assembly, even as the Opposition Left Front walked out of the House protesting that the Bill was laid before submission of a search committee report on it.

TMC won't spare those involved in violence: Partha Chatterjee

 In a stern message to a section of party workers and leaders, Trinamool Congress secretary general Partha Chatterjee today said party would not spare those who are involved in violent incidents in West Bengal.

TMC cold shoulders demand for NIA probe into Burdwan blast

Cold shouldering the demand for NIA investigation into the Burdwan blast, West Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee on Thursday expressed confidence in the ongoing CID probe and charged the Opposition with trying to break the administration's morale by showing lack of confidence in it.

TMC cold shoulders demand for NIA probe into Burdwan blast

Cold shouldering the demand for NIA investigation into the Burdwan blast, West Bengal minister Partha Chatterjee on Thursday expressed confidence in the ongoing CID probe and charged the Opposition with trying to break the administration's morale by showing lack of confidence in it.

Police gets clean chit from Bengal minister in Jadavpur University unrest

Amid condemnation for its violent midnight crackdown on protestors in the Jadavpur University, police on Friday got a clean chit from the state's minister Partha Chatterjee, who insisted that the law-enforcers had not resorted to lathi-charge.

Mamata's agitation for Singur will not go waste: Partha Chatterjee

Senior Trinamool Congress leader and West Bengal Education Minister Partha Chatterjee on Thursday said Mamata Banerjee's hunger strike and agitation for Singur's farmers in 2006 will not go waste and hoped that the Tata Group will understand the language of the people of Singur and will return the land of unwilling farmers.

Jadavpur University molestation case: West Bengal govt​ announces 5-member probe committee

The West Bengal government on Monday announced a five-member committee to investigate the alleged harassment of a girl student in Jadavpur University and will submit its report 'as soon as possible'.

'Politics of gherao' cannot be tolerated: West Bengal minister

With the impasse continuing at the Jadavpur University, a West Bengal minister on Friday warned that "politics of gherao" in educational institutions would not be tolerated and urged the agitating students to take the path of discussion to resolve differences.

Jadavpur University stalemate: Governor seeks report, Mamata says effort to defame state

West Bengal Governor KN Tripathi on Thursday asked the state education minister to resolve the stalemate in Jadavpur University in the wake of Tuesday night's police action on the agitating students.