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Swapan Dasgupta

Indian politician, journalist and columnist

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Swapan Dasgupta: Indian politician, journalist and columnist
Swapan Dasgupta is an Indian conservative journalist and a presidential nominee to the Rajya Sabha. He is an influential conservative writer, writing columns espousing Hindu nationalism for leading English dailies.

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Hindutva leader Tapan Ghosh dies battling Covid-19

A former RSS leader, Ghosh is the second politician in the state to die due to Covid-19. Last month, Trinamool Congress MLA succumbed to the contagion. Condoling Ghosh's death, senior BJP leader Swapan..
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Activists of a political party behind protest by Visva-Bharati students: Swapan Dasgupta

BJP MP Swapan Dasgupta has said that activists of a political party were behind the protest by students of Visva-Bharati University where he was confined in a building for six hours.
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SFI protests against BJP's Swapan Dasgupta at Visva Bharati, stalls lecture on CAA

BJP MP Swapan Dasgupta, who was scheduled to deliver a lecture Wednesday at the Visva Bharati University on the Citizenship Amendment Act, faced protests by members of the CPM-backed SFI who also..
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Congress, TMC disrupted Rajya Sabha to watch India vs New Zealand World Cup semifinal? MP Swapan Dasgupta is convinced

Taking to Twitter, Swapan Dasgupta had said, "I am convinced that the Congress and TMC disrupted the Rajya Sabha and had it adjourned for the day because they wanted to watch the cricket. No other..
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Govt subverting constitutional rights, says TMC

BJP MP Swapan Dasgupta, however, hit back, detailing political violence in West Bengal during the LS polls as well as the "subversion" of local body elections in the state which resulted in no-contest..
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