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West Bengal elections: Mamata replies to EC's notice, says she did not violate model code of conduct

IndiaTimes Saturday, 10 April 2021
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday replied to Election Commission's notice to her against her remarks on Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF) and said she did not violate Model Code of Conduct.
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The Election Commission has issued a second notice to West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. The Supreme Court today said persons above 18 years of age are free to choose their religion. India has breached another grim milestone as it recorded daily covid cases over 1 Lakh 31 thousand. Bus...

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Mamata Banerjee challenges her defeat from Nandigram in court | Oneindia News [Video]

Mamata Banerjee challenges her defeat from Nandigram in court | Oneindia News

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has moved the Calcutta High Court challenging her defeat in the Nandigram seat. She lost by a narrow margin of 1,956 votes to her protege, who switched camp to BJP, Suvendu Adhikari. #MamataBanerjee #SuvenduAdhikari #Nandigram

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Bengal post poll violence | Calcutta HC: State action does not inspire confidence | Oneindia News [Video]

Bengal post poll violence | Calcutta HC: State action does not inspire confidence | Oneindia News

A day after the West Bengal govt approached the Calcutta HC to withdraw its 5 judge bench order directing NHRC to constitute a committee to examine complaints filed by people affected by the post-poll violence, the HC court has rejected the state govt's plea. #WestBengal #CalcuttaHC #NHRC

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West Bengal elections: Mamata replies to EC's notice, says she did not violate model code of conduct

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Saturday replied to Election Commission's notice to her against her remarks on Central Armed Police Forces (CAPF)...
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