If you look at Indian elections, it is indeed a 'game'. To be precise, a one-day game! A day is often enough to change the course of the election results.
Ed Hoc | 14-minute read
In his latest book, Bengal 2021: An Election Diary, journalist and author Deep Halder explores the factor of religious identity and gauges the mood of the people across Bengal ahead of the electrifying Assembly elections of 2021.
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DailyOh! TMC rally against BJP rally in Bengal tomorrow, to what Salman Khan said on farmers’ protest
The BJP and TMC may both hold rallies in Nadia tomorrow and both are expected to run into each other.
TMC leaders, who have given their blood and soul to the party, are not happy with the rise of Abhishek Banerjee. The very loyal, ambitious, firebrand mass leaders like Suvendu Adhikari have openly declared rebellion.
When power is wrested from Pishi-Bhaipo and reinstated in the hands of the common man, the hills will smile once again.
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The Namashudras of West Bengal — who under the umbrella political organisation Matua Mahasangha — have seemingly played an instrumental role in Bengal politics.
The construction of the Ram Mandir has been carefully timed: it is expected to be ready to admit its first devotees three months before the 2024 Lok Sabha polls.
Ed Hoc | 5-minute read