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Sudipta Gupta - SFI Leader Sudipta died in Kolkata Police Custody

SFI Leader Sudipta Gupta profile, family, address, education, SFI Leader Sudipta Gupta died in Kolkata, 4th April 2013 Kolkata strike.

23-years old Sudipta Gupta, SFI Leader, died in police custody at SSKM Hospital (Kolkata) around 6:20pm today on 2nd April 2013. At first let's check out who is Sudipta Gupta and educational background, family details of Sudipta Gupta.

Details of SFI Supporter Sudipta Gupta


House Address of Sudipta Gupta: - 'Sargam House', Srinagar Main Road, 'Gomkol' area, New Garia, South Kolkata.

Family members of Sudipta Gupta: - His family means father, elder sister (Sumita Gupta Sengupta), & Sujit Sengupta (Husband of his sister). His mother Amita Debi passed away last year on 4th February 2012. Sudipta Gupta's father Pranab Gupta, 63 years old, is a retired Central Government worker.  Father name

Educational qualification of Sudipta Gupta: - He was the student of Nabakrisna Pal High School and later admitted to Netajinagar College. After completion of his graduation from Netaji Nagar College he joined Rabindra Bharati University (RBU) to complete his Post Graduation. He is an MA in Political Science 2nd year student.

Political background of Sudipta Gupta: - He is an active SFI leader.

Reason of Sudipta Gupta's Death: - Dr. T.K. Ghosh, Super of SSKM Hospital, stated that SFI Leader Comrade Sudipta Gupta died because of Polytrauma with severe injury on right side of forehead.

The incident took place near Dharmtala (Kolkata) on Rani Rashmoni Avenue where hundreds of SFI Supporters gathered in the pre-scheduled Protest Rally with the demand of College Union Elections in the West Bengal state. During this pre-scheduled Law Violation protest rally demanding Students Union Poll; Police arrested several SFI activists and send them to Presidency Jail Lock-up by bus from which Sudipta Gupta accidentally fall down [as per police]. But, SFI supporters who were there in the bus and eye-witnesses claims Police hit badly (lathi charge) & pulled off from bus for which severe injury happened.

Javed Shamim, Joint Police Commissioner, claims that SFI Leader Sudipta Gupta died at SSKM Hospital (Kolkata) because of his injury sustained in an accident while he & 30 other SFI supporters were being taken in a bus to Presidency Jail Lock-up after being arrested. Sudipta Gupta accidentally fell from the bus & got injured. Joint Commissioner of Police Javed Shamim said there was no Lathi-charge by the police. It means, the whole incident is an accident as per police.

CPIM & SFI party alleged that comrade Sudipta Gupta succumbed to injuries sustained in lathi-charge by police. They also alleged that if an accident (as per police that he got hit with a lamp post) would have happened then why 7 more supporters also got injured badly. Another SFI activist is still fighting with life at Medical College and he requires plastic surgery to recover. Party leaders claims after arrest and in police custody; it's the responsibility of police to give every security & medical treatment to all. Eye witnesses & SFI supporters also claims that Police didn't help them to shift injured Sudipta to hospital. It was the negligence of policemen.

3rd April 2013 (Wednesday), SFI Supporters along with CPIM party leaders will attend the rally with comrade Sudipta Gupta's dead body in Kolkata. CPIM & SFI party has declared that 12-Hours Strike will take place at Garia & Tollygunje areas of Kolkata on 4th April 2013 (Thursday).
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WB Panchayat Election 2013 - Panchayat Vote Result of West Bengal

WB panchayat election 2013, Panchayat poll 2013 W.B., Panchayat election 2013 West Bengal, Date Schedule of WB Panchayat Vote 2013, Result of WB Panchayat Election 2013, wb panchayat election 2013 candidates.

West Bengal Government has announced the dates of 2013 Panchayat Election to be held in April month. State Election Commission presented their proposal to Govt. of West Bengal stating three phased panchayat election in West Bengal with the help of Central Force few days back. But, on 22nd March 2013 (Friday), Honourable Minister of  (Panchayat) Rural Body Shri Subrata Mukherjee declared that 2013 Panchayat Vote in West Bengal will take place in two phases under the supervision of West Bengal Armed Police Force.

8th Panchayat Election of West Bengal will be held in 2-phases in April 2013. Let's check out the dates of 2013 Panchayat Vote and district-wise panchayat election date below -
  • 1st Phase 2013 W.B. Panchayat Election is on 26th April 2013 (Friday) - The panchayat election of West Bengal will took place in 14 districts [Cooch Behar, Jalpaiguri, Purulia, South Dinajpur, Nadia, Birbhum, North 24-Parganas, South 24-Pgs, Howrah, East Midnapore, West Midnapore, Bankura, Burdwan & Hooghly] on 26th April 2013.
  • 2nd Phase 2013 WB Panchayat Vote is on 30th April 2013 (Tuesday) - West Bengal Panchayat Vote will be held on 30th April 2013 only in 3 districts of West Bengal i.e., Malda, Murshidabad & North Dinajpur.
After the announcement of W.B. Panchayat Vote 2013 Schedule; many political questions are being raised by opponent parties like why only 3 districts are chosen for election on 30th April? Why W.B. Govt. not followed three phased election proposal of State Election Commission? Why State Police will guard instead of Central Force? etc etc.

State Election Commission will declare their final opinion & proceedings regarding West Bengal Panchayat Election 2013 after the meeting on coming Monday (25th March 2013). State Election Commission has sent a letter to West Bengal Government on 25th March 2013 (Monday) to review their decision over West Bengal Panchayat Election 2013. On 26th March 2013 (Tuesday) Shri Subrata Mukherjee [Panchayat Minister of West Bengal] declares their decision after reviewing State Election Commission’s advice. WB Panchayat Election 2013 will be taken in two phases [26th & 30th April 2013]. Let’s check out the WB Panchayat Election 2013 District wise announcement made on 26th March 2013 [Tuesday]. As of now, W.B. Panchayat Election is on 26th & 30th April 2013.
  • 1st Phase of WB Panchayat Election 2013 is on 26th April 2013 – The first phase panchayat vote will took place in these 11 districts – North 24-Parganas, South 24-Parganas, West Medinipore, East Midnapur, Birbhum, Bankura, Burdwan, Hooghly, Howrah, Nadia, and Purulia. It means, WB Panchayat Vote 2013 of South Bengal districts.
  • 2nd Phase of WB Panchayat Election 2013 is on 30th April 2013 – The second phase panchayat vote will took place in these 6 districts - Murshidabad, Cooch Behar, Jalpaiguri, South Dinajpur, North Dinajpur, and Malda. It means, WB Panchayat Vote 2013 of North Bengal districts.
Government of West Bengal has sent their letter stating two phased panchayat election [North Bengal & South Bengal on separate date] to State Election Commission.

On 1st April 2013 (Monday), West Bengal State Election Commission moved to Kolkata High Court and now the decision over 2013 WB Panchayat Election will be declared by Honourable Court.

On 4th April 2013, Government of West Bengal proposed new dates for Panchayat Election to the West Bengal State Election Commission. The new dates for Panchayat Vote are 5th May and 8th May 2013. On coming Tuesday; members of W.B. Govt. and Election Commission will have a meeting to solve the issue over W.B. Panchayat Election 2013.

Let’s wait & see what decision get finalized. Come back again after few days for latest updates on 2013 Panchayat Vote in West Bengal.
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Vote Result 2013 Rejinagar Nalhati & English Bazar – Candidates of By Election West Bengal

2013 Election Poll Rejinagar vote result, Nalhati vote result, English Bazar vote result 2013, TMC Congress CPIM BJP party candidate names of Rejinagar, Nalhati & English Bazar By-poll election 2013.

The By-Poll (Vote) of three assembly constituencies of West Bengal [Rejinagar, Nalhati & English Bazar] is on 23rd February 2013 as per the announcement of Election Commission of India on Legislative Assembly By Election 2013. Total of three Assembly By Election of West Bengal are happening in West Bengal in 2013. These three assembly constituencies (Rejinagar, Nalhati & English Bazar) By-polls is scheduled on on 23rd February 2013 (Saturday). The Election (Vote) at Rejinagar & English Bazar happened because of sitting Congress candidates of Rejinagar & English Bazar left Congress Party & joined Trinamool Congress. On the other hand, Nalhati seat left vacant after Congress leader Abhijit Mukherjee won Jangipur Parliamentary election last year. All of these constituencies are won by Congress party previously.

Rejinagar By-Poll 2013 [Election / Vote in Rejinagar of Murshidabad]
Rejinagar constituency of Murshidabad has around 189100 voters and total of 10 candidates of different parties are contesting in Rejinagar By Election 2013. These are the political leaders contesting in 2013 Rejinagar By Election happening on 23rd February 2013 -
  1. Sekh Humayun Kabir candidate name for Rejinagar By Election of Trinamool Congress Party (TMC).
  2. Arabinda Biswas candidate name for Rejinagar By Election of BJP Party.
  3. Rabiul Alam Chowdhury candidate name for Rejinagar By Election of Congress party.
  4. Sirajul Islam Mandal candidate name for Rejinagar By Election of RSP (CPIM Left) party.
  5. Seikh Nurmohammad candidate name for Rejinagar By Election of AIUDF party.
  6. Humayun Kabir candidate name for Rejinagar By Election of Independent party.
  7. Sirajul SK candidate name for Rejinagar By Election of Independent.
  8. Md Sirajul Islam Mondal candidate name for Rejinagar By Election of Independent.
  9. Kazi Rabiul Islam candidate name for Rejinagar By Election of Independent.
  10. Sekh Jiyaur Rahaman candidate name for Rejinagar By Election of IUML.

Reason for 2013 By Election of Rejinagar seat of Murshidabad - Congress MLA Humayun Kabir left congress party and joined Trinamool Congress (TMC) party. Thus the seat of Rejinagar of Murshidabad left vacant.

Nalhati By-Poll 2013 [Election / Vote in Nalhati of Birbhum]
Nalhati constituency of Birbhum has around 176536 voters and total of 8 candidates of different parties are contesting in Nalhati By Election 2013. These are the names of political leaders contesting in 2013 Nalhati By Election happening on 23rd February 2013 -
  1. Biplab Ojha candidate name for Nalhati By Election Trinamul Congress (TMC) party.
  2. Dipak Chatterjee candidate name for Nalhati By Election All India Forward Block (Left - CPIM) party.
  3. Abdur Rahaman (Liton) candidate name for Nalhati By Election Congress party.
  4. Anil Singha candidate name for Nalhati By Election BJP party.
  5. Nurul Islam candidate name for Nalhati By Election JP party.
  6. Md Noorul Hoda candidate name for Nalhati By Election AIUDF party.
  7. Dhananjoy Bandopadhyay candidate name for Nalhati By Election Independent.
  8. Kaosar Sekh candidate name for Nalhati By Election Independent party.

Reason for 2013 By Election of Nalhati seat of Birbhum - Congress MLA Abhijit Mukherjee contested from Jangipur Seat last year because that seat left vacant when Shri Pranab Mukherjee became Indian President. Abhijit Mukherjee had won from Jangipur seat and became MP. So, the seat of Nalhati left vacant.

English Bazar By-Poll 2013 [Election / Vote in English Bazaar of Malda]
English Bazar constituency of Malda has around 208204 voters and total of 6 candidates of different parties are contesting in English Bazaar By Election 2013. These are the names of political leaders contesting in 2013 English Bazar By Election happening on 23rd February 2013 -
  1. Koushik Misra candidate name for English Bazar By Election CPI(M) [Left] party.
  2. Krishnendu Narayan Chowdhury candidate name for English Bazar Trinamool Congress (TMC) party.
  3. Narendra Nath Tiwari (Nandu Tiwari) candidate name for English Bazar Congress party.
  4. Sanjit Mishra candidate name for English Bazar BJP party.
  5. Satish Rajbanshi candidate name for English Bazar Independent party.
  6. Md Anisur Rahaman candidate name for English Bazar AIUDF party.

Reason for 2013 By Election of English Bazar seat of Malda - Congress MLA Krishnendu Narayan Chowdhury of English Bazar left congress party and joined Trinamool Congress (TMC) party. Thus the English Bazaar seat left vacant.

By-Poll of Rejinagar, Nalhati & English Bazar 2013 Election
The By Election in West Bengal took place on 23rd February 2013 (Saturday) at Rejinagar, Nalhati & English Bazar constituency.


2013 By Election Result of Rejinagar, Nalhati & English Bazar
The vote (By-poll / Upa Nirvachan / By Election) happened on 23rd February 2013 (Saturday) and the results of By Election of these three constituencies are going to be declared on 28th February 2013 (Thursday). The counting of votes for announcing the results of Rejinagar, Nalhati & English Bazar vote is on next Thursday i.e., 28th February 2013, 8am onwards.
  • Result of Nalhati By Election (Vote) 2013 - will be updated soon.
  • Result of 2013 Rejinagar By Election (Vote) - will be updated soon.
  • Result of 2013 English Bazar By Election (Vote) - will be updated soon.

For further details of By-Poll 2013 please visit West Bengal Election Commission official website
http://ceowestbengal.nic.in/BYE_ELEC_2013.htm.
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Changes in Kolkata Police – New ADG & Police Commissioner Name – Result of Garden Reach Incident

Kolkata Police Commissioner Ranjit Kumar Pachnanda has been replaced by Surajit Kar Purakayastha on 14th February 2013. Few changes made in Kolkata Police higher ranks after the saddest incident happened at Garden Reach on 12th February 2013. A Policemen shot death during the clashes between TMC & Congress party workers on the issue of College Election at Garden Reach (Kolkata) on 12th February 2013. West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee made changes to uphold the law & order situation of Kolkata after that incident.

Today (14th February 2013) in the evening, the decision was made & few alteration has been done in the Kolkata Police. Surajit Kar Purajayastha named new Commissioner of Police (CP) and R.K. Pachnanda will now work as Director of Security, in-charge of the Chief Minister's security.

Apart from the Police Commissioner post; there are few more changes has been made and the details as follows -
  • New Commissioner of Police (CP)Surajit Kar Purakayastha.
  • New Director of Security, in charge of Chief Minister’s Security – Ranjit Kumar Pachnanda.
  • New ADG Administration – Birendra Singh.
  • New ADG IB – GMP Reddy.
  • New ADG of Law & Order – Banibrata Basu.
  • New IG of Law & Order – Soumen Mitra.

Ranjit Kr. Pachnanda was named Kolkata Police Commissioner in March 2011 and within two years he is replaced by Surajit Kar Purakayastha.
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New Faces in W.B. State Government Ministry – 21st Nov 2012 New Minister Names of WB

Total of eight Trinamool Congress leaders included in West Bengal State Cabinet on 21st November 2012 (Wednesday). Few changes have been made in the Ministry of West Bengal Government by introducing eight new faces and changing department of some existing ministers. The 'Oath Taking Ceremony' was done at Raj Bhawan in the presence of West Bengal Governor Shri M. K. Narayanan, West Bengal Chief Minister Ms. Mamata Banerjee and other Ministers of West Bengal State.

Let's check out the details of Ministers in West Bengal State Government from now on [21st November 2012] –

Department changed - Ministers of West Bengal Government w.e.f 21st November 2012
Here are the W.B. State Government Minister names, few of them promoted with full-rights, few of them received additional responsibilities and few of them shifted to other department.
  • Manjul Krishna Thakur, TMC leader from Thakurnagar (North 24-Parganas).
  • Tourism Minister of W.B. Rachpal Singh shifted to ‘Parikalpana’ department from ‘Tourism’ department.
  • Malay Ghatak shifted from Law & Judicial Affairs Ministry to Agricultural Department.
  • Chandrima Bhattacharjee received the responsibility of Law Ministry along with Health Ministry.
  • Chandranath Singh became Fishery Minister of WB State.
  • Rabindranath Bhattacharjee shifted to ‘Parisankhyan’ department from ‘Agricultural Ministry’.
  • Madan Mitra, Arup Biswas, Subrata Saha & Manjul Krishna Thakur was given responsibility of ‘Purna-Mantri’.
  • Ujjwal Biswas shifted to ‘Karigori Shiksha’ from ‘Food Processing’ ministry.


Newly appointed Ministers of West Bengal Government wef 21st November 2012
Total of 8 new TMC leaders were included in West Bengal State Government and the names of newly appointed ministers of West Bengal Government as follows -
  • Pundarikakho Saha, TMC leader of Nadia district.
  • Rajib Bandopadhyay, TMC leader of Domjur (Howrah).
  • Manturan Pakhira, TMC leader of Kakdwip (South 24-Pgs).
  • Giasuddin Molla, TMC leader of Magrahat (South 24-Parganas).
  • Becharam Manna, TMC leader from Singur (Hooghly).
  • Humayun Kabir, TMC leader of Rejinagar (Murshidabad), recently joined Trinamool Congress party leaving Congress Party.
  • Krishnendu Chowdhury, TMC leader from Maldah district, became Tourism Minister of West Bengal State.
  • Swapan Debnath, TMC leader from Burdwan.

Some says, it’s an intelligent move by TMC by introducing new faces in WB Government just before ‘Panchayat Election 2013’ because these eight newly appointed Ministers belongs to different Districts of West Bengal where ‘Panchayat Election’ will be done in 2013.
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Mamata Banerjee Withdrawing Support to UPA-2 Government

After a marathon meet happened on 18th September 2012 at Town Hall, Kolkata Trinamool Congress Party (TMC) founder & Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee announces their party decision of withdrawing their support to the UPA-2 GovernmentTMC founder & Chief Minister of West Bengal, Mamata Banerjee said that the TMC Leaders, who are in the Central Ministry, will submit their resignation to the Prime Minister on 21st September 2012 (Friday) at 3pm.

Why Mamata Banerjee took this decision of withdrawing their support to UPA-2 Government?
Last week Congress-led UPA-2 Government announced few measures like Limiting LPG Cooking Gas 6 per year per family, Diesel price hike by Rs.5/- and allowing Foreign Direct Invest (FDI) in retail market. This decision took by UPA-2 Government was opposed by all opponent parties of Congress like BJP-led NDA, Left Front, and most importantly UPA-2 alliance party Trinamool Congress. TMC founder Mamata Banerjee always worked for the people and never intends to increase price in any sector that would harm common people. Thus, UPA-2 Government was given 72-hours by Mamata Banerjee, who works for Maa Maati Manush, to think on their decision & to roll-back. As per the schedule, 72-hours deadline ends on 18th September 2012 (Tuesday) and so Mamata Banerjee met with all TMC Leaders at Town Hall of Kolkata and after the marathon meeting of 3 hours Mamata Banerjee announces TMC party decision.
What are the decisions Mamata Banerjee took on protest of diesel price hike, LPG cooking gas limitation & allowing FDI policy of UPA-2 Government on 18th September 2012?
Around 8:30pm on 18th September 2012 (Tuesday), Mamata Banerjee announces that –
  • Ministers from TMC party will submit their resignation on 21st September 2012 (Friday) at 3pm. Ministers like Sougata Roy, Mukul Roy, Sudip Bandopadhyay & others will submit their resignation letter to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh.
  • TMC is withdrawing support towards Congress-led UPA-2.
Are there any chances of ‘TMC not withdrawing support from UPA-2 Government’?
Mamata Banerjee has also announces that if UPA-2 Government accepts the demands of Mamata Banerjee within 21st September 2012 then she can re-think about her decision of withdrawing support. Now, let’s check out what are the demands of Mamata Banerjee
  • At least 12 LPG Cooking Gas per year per family at cheap price.
  • Diesel price hike of Rs.5/- should reduce by Rs.4/- or Rs.3/-. It means, the Diesel Price should  increase by Rs.2/- or Rs.1/- only.
  • Disallow Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in retail-market.
  • Reduce the price of fertilizers to help farmers of India in Agricultural field.
If UPA-2 Government agrees with the above conditions given by Mamata Banerjee by 21st September 2012, then Mamata Banerjee will re-think about her decision also.
What could happen next if UPA-2 disagree with Mamata Banerjee’s conditions and TMC withdraws their support?
Since, Trinamool Conrgess (TMC) is the largest alliance of Congress-led UPA-2 Government, thus withdrawing support to UPA-2 may result in Government falling down if other parties don’t support to UPA-2 Government in coming days and the election in India may happen before the scheduled year 2014.
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Bharat Bandh Reason - India Strike on 20th September 2012 Details

20th September 2012 [Thursday] Protest against UPA Government’s decision on Diesel price hike, LPG cylinders limitation and FDI in multi-brand retail will took place country-wide. Yes, Bharat Bandh [Strike in India] has been called by the BJP-led NDA along with other major opponent parties of Congress-led UPA Government on 20th September 2012. Left Parties also announced their support towards 20th September 2012 Bharat Bandh and declares 12-Hours All India General Strike on the same issue.

Since the Diesel price increased by Rs.5/-, the Private Bus Associations in Kolkata asked Govt. of West Bengal to increase the Private Bus Fare. But, as we know, Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee always against the increment of fare & price hike. This time also, Honourable Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is against the decision of UPA Government and also not willing to increase Private Bus Fares in Bengal to help the people. This is why; Bus Associations also started their Strike by withdrawing Private Buses from Kolkata from 17th September 2012. On 18th September 2012, All India Trinamool Congress led by Mamata Banerjee will decide what step to be taken against the diesel price hike, cooking gas limitations & allowing FDI. The deadline of 72-hours given to UPA Government by Mamata Banerjee & TMC [alliance party of UPA Government] for the roll-back of their “diesel price hike, cooking gas limitations & allowing FDI” decision will end on 18th September 2012.


Comrade Biman Bose, Left Front Chairman of West Bengal, requested people of Bengal to raise their protest against the diesel price hike, cooking gas limitation policy & FDI introduction in retail by joining 12-Hours All India General Strike on 20th September 2012. The Strike of 12-hours [Starting from 6am in the morning] has been announced in West Bengal and also in Tripura. CPI(M) ruling Left Front in Tripura also called for a 12-hours Strike (Bandh) on the same day on same issue.

Reason of 20th September 2012 Strike in India [Bharat Bandh]: - Congress-Led UPA Government has announced few things which would harm the interest of Indian Citizens and this is why opposition parties are going to show their protest through Bharat Bandh (Strike in India) on 20th September 2012. Let’s check out what are those measures announced by UPA Government - Diesel Price Hike by Rs.5/- per Litre, Limiting of subsidised Cooking Gas Cylinders to 6 per year, allowing Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail and disinvestment in profit-making Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs).

BJP-led NDA, Left Front, DMK & other opposition parties called for General Strike in India [Bharat Bandh] on 20th September 2012. Since, so many parties have jointly called for strike; it would surely ‘Shutdown India on 20th September 2012’. 

18th September 2012 update:
It was nearly 3 hours meeting of Trinamool Congress party leaders happened at Town Hall, Kolkata on 18th September 2012. After the meeting of TMC party leaders, around 8:30pm TMC Founder & Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee withdraws their support from UPA-2 Government. Mamata Banerjee, who always worked for the people, earlier gave 72-hours deadline to UPA-2 Govt. to roll-back their decision. Mamata Banerjee asked for at least 12 LPG cylinders per family per year, FDI introduction shouldn't be done and diesel price shouldn't increase by Rs.5/- to the UPA-2 Government; but Congress-led UPA-2 Government didn’t make any decision within the scheduled time. Thus, today on 18th September 2012 in the evening Mamata Banerjee took a strong step for the people by announcing 'TMC withdrawing their support from UPA-2 Government'.

Chief Minister of West Bengal Mamata Banerjee, who took the decision of withdrawing their support from UPA-2 Govt. for the people, appeals to all people of Bengal not to do Strike (Bandh) on 20th September 2012. Check what decision Mamata Banerjee took on 18th September 2012 and think again whether you are with the Strike or against StrikeDoes strike really brings out any solution?

19th September 2012 update on West Bengal regarding Strike:
On & from 17th September 2012 the private bus associations had withdrawn public buses from Kolkata & nearby region on demand of Bus fare hike. People of Kolkata & nearby areas are facing problem reaching their destination from 17th September 2012 because of withdrawing public buses from Kolkata, Howrah, North 24-Pgs & South 24-Pgs. Though, Ministry of Transportation, Govt. of West Bengal has increased the number of Government Buses during this period and Mini-Buses, Taxis are also available; but   it's not enough for the people. Today (19th September 2012) Transport Minister of West Bengal, Shri Madan Mitra had a meet with Bus Associations and as a result, Private Bus Associations declares that the private buses will be available from now on. Private Bus Association asked Govt. of West Bengal to either increase private bus fare or to reduce the price of diesel. Bus Associations also declares that they will wait till 30th September 2012, 6pm to see what steps Govt. of West Bengal takes. On 30th September 2012 evening, private bus associations will have a meeting depending on the situation.
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Jangipur By-Election 2012 Result - Congress & CPI(M) Candidate – Jangipur Lok Sabha Vote

2012 Jangipur (Murshidabad) election, vote result of jangipur 2012, congress candidate abhijit mukherjee profile, cpim candidate Mujaffar Hossen profile, Jangipur By-Poll / By-Election / Vote 2012 candidates & other details.
2012 Jangipur Lok Sabha By-Election (Upo Nirvachan) is on 10th October 2012 [Wednesday]. Let's check out every detail like reason of vote, who is the candidate, last year election result etc about 2012 Lok Sabha By-Poll (Election) below.

Jangipur Lok Sabha By-Election (Vote / Poll) Details

Details of Jangipur Lok Sabha Kendra: - Jangipur Lok Sabha seat is at Murshidabad district of West Bengal and a Congress has stronghold of Jangipur seat & Murshidabad district also.

Reason of By-Election at Jangipur Lok Sabha Seat in 2012: - Why Lok Sabha Election happening at Jangipur in 2012? This question is obvious to come in our mind. The reason of Jangipur By-Poll in 2012 is newly appointed Indian President Pranab Mukherjee. Because of Indian Presidential Election, Shri Pranab Mukherjee, who won & selected from Jangipur Seat in 2009 Lok Sabha Election, resigned and since then the Jangipur Lok Sabha Seat left vacant. This is why, Election Commission of India has announced the schedule of By-Election (Upo Nirvachan) which will took place to select new candidate for Jangipur Lok Sabha seat.

Date of 2012 By-Election Jangipur Lok Sabha Seat: - 10th October 2012 [Wednesday] and the other important dates for 2012 By-Poll of Jangipur Seat as follows -
  • Last date for Filing Candidate Nomination: - 22nd September 2012.
  • Last date for Withdrawal of Nominations: - 26th September 2012.
  • Result of 2012 Jangipur By-Election (Vote): - 13th October 2012.

Candidates for 2012 By-Election of Jangipur Seat: - CPI(M) named 'Comrade Mujaffar Hossen' as CPI(M) Candidate for 2012 Jangipur By-Election. Congress has announced the name of Abhijit Mukhopadhyay who will contest in 2012 Jangipur By-Election as Congress Candidate.

Who is Mujaffar Hossen? Mujaffar Hossen, born in a farmer family, is one of the popular CPI(M) party leader and the CPI(M) State Committee Member from Murshidabad district. CPI(M) candidate Mujaffar Hossen is also the General Secretary of West Bengal Adivasi-O-Lokoshilpi Sansad. CPI(M) canddiate Mujaffar Hossen was defeated in 1996 by Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury in the Assembly Election.

Abhijit Mukherjee Congress Candidate in 2012 Jangipur By-Election
Who is Abhijit Mukherjee? Congress candidate Abhijit Mukherjee is the Son of present Indian President & veteran congress politician Shri Pranab Mukherjee. Abhijit Mukherjee is also the sitting MLA of Nalhati Seat where he won last. So, if he wins in 2012 Jangipur By-Election then the Nalhati Seat will left vacant.

Jangipur Lok Sabha Seat Previous Election (Vote) Results: - If we check out the previous Election results of Jangipur seat then we all will agree on one thing 'It's a stronghold of Congress'. Shri Pranab Mukherjee had contested from Jangipur Lok Sabha seat in 2004 & 2009 and both of the times he won. Shri Pranab Mukherjee won by margin of nearly 1 Lakh 25 Thousands votes in 2009 Election from Jangipur Seat. So, the chance of congress winning Jangipur seat in 2012 is higher than CPI(M)'s chance.

Result of 2012 By-Election Jangipur Lok Sabha Seat: - The result of Jangipur By-Poll (Vote) 2012 has announced on 13th October 2012 [Saturday]. After the counting of 17 rounds, Election Commission has declared Congress Candidate Abhijit Mukherjee as 'Winner of Jangipur By Election 2012'. Indian President Pranab Mukherjee's son Congress candidate Abhijit Mukherjee won by only 2536 votes. CPI(M) candidate Mujaffar Hossen lost by a nominal margin. But it has to be said that BJP surprisingly got around 10% votes.
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WB-Purasabha Vote Result - Durgapur Haldia Nalhati Panskura Dhupguri & Coopers Camp Municipality Election 2012

2012 Purasabha Vote result in West Bengal, 2012 Municipality Poll Vote Election result Pourasabha.
The Result of WB Municipality Election (Pourasabha Vote) 2012, which was conducted on 3rd June 2012, has been declared. On 3rd June 2012, the civic poll of six Municipalities of West Bengal happened and today on 5th June 2012 the Pourasabha Election result has been announced. Let’s check out the Six Municipality Election 2012 Result of West Bengal.

Nalhati Purasabha Election 2012 Result
Total Seat of Nalhati Pourasabha (Municipality) Election 2012 is 15.
TMC won 8 seats of Nalhati Purasabha in 2012 Election.
CPI(M) won 3 seats of Nalhati Purasabha in 2012 Election.
Congress won 3 seats of Nalhati Purasabha in 2012 Election.
BJP & Other Party 1 won seats of Nalhati Purasabha in 2012 Election.
It means, Trinamool Congress has won the Nalhati Purasabha in 2012 vote.

Panskura Purasabha Election 2012 Result
Total Seat of Panskura Pourasabha (Municipality) Election 2012 is 17.
TMC won 12 seats of Panskura Purasabha in 2012 Election.
CPI(M) won 5 seats of Panskura Purasabha in 2012 Election.
Congress won 0 seats of Panskura Purasabha in 2012 Election.
BJP & Other Party 0 won seats of Panskura Purasabha in 2012 Election.
It means, Trinamool Congress has won Panskura Purasabha (Municipality) in 2012 Poll.

Haldia Purasabha Election 2012 Result
Total Seat of Haldia Pourasabha (Municipality) Election 2012 is 26.
TMC won 11 seats of Haldia Purasabha in 2012 Election.
CPI(M) won 15 seats of Haldia Purasabha in 2012 Election.
Congress won 0 seats of Haldia Purasabha in 2012 Election.
BJP & Other Party 0 won seats of Haldia Purasabha in 2012 Election.
It means, CPIM has won the Haldia Pourasabha (Municipality) Vote in 2012.

Coopers Camp Purasabha Election 2012 Result
Total Seat of Coopers Camp Pourasabha (Municipality) Election 2012 is 12.
TMC won 1 seats of Coopers Camp Purasabha in 2012 Election.
CPI(M) won 0 seats of Coopers Camp Purasabha in 2012 Election.
Congress won 11 seats of Coopers Camp Purasabha in 2012 Election.
BJP & Other Party 0 won seats of Coopers Camp Purasabha in 2012 Election.
It means, Congress has won the Coopers Camp Pourasabha (Municipality) Election in 2012.

Durgapur Purasabha Election 2012 Result
Total Seat of Durgapur Pourasabha (Municipality) Election 2012 is 43.
TMC won 29 seats of Durgapur Purasabha in 2012 Election.
CPI(M) won 11 seats of Durgapur Purasabha in 2012 Election.
Congress won 1 seats of Durgapur Purasabha in 2012 Election.
BJP & Other Party 2 won seats of Durgapur Purasabha in 2012 Election.
It means, Trinamool Congress has won the Durgapur Pourasabha (Municipality) Vote in 2012.

Dhupguri Purasabha Election 2012 Result
Total Seat of Dhupguri Pourasabha (Municipality) Election 2012 is 16.
TMC won 11 seats of Dhupguri Purasabha in 2012 Election.
CPI(M) won 4 seats of Dhupguri Purasabha in 2012 Election.
Congress won 0 seats of Dhupguri Purasabha in 2012 Election.
BJP & Other Party 1 won seats of Dhupguri Purasabha in 2012 Election.
It means, Trinamool Congress has won the Dhupguri Pourasabha (Municipality) Vote in 2012.

Overall, the result of WB Municipality Election 2012 shows that people of Bengal are with Trinamool Congress (TMC) and CPI(M) Party is losing their hope of returning in West Bengal Politics. TMC Party has bagged 4 Municipalities amongst 6 Municipality in 2012 WB Pourasabha Vote. Congress party is successfully back at Coopers Camp Municipality and CPI(M) Party only able to retain Haldia Purasabha. It is a memorable day for TMC because of winning Durgapur Purasabha, which was known as home of CITU.
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Indian Ministers Faced Copter Accident - Who Died / Suffered Helicopter Crashes in India

Do you want to know the names of Indian Celebrities / Political Leaders / Ministers / renowned Personalities who had died or suffered Helicopter Accidents? Are you looking for the names who had survived the Copter crashes till now?

Accident has taken quite a few lives of Indian Ministers & Political Leaders till date and few ministers had survived from helicopter crashes as well. In recent past, India has lost Chief Minister of Andhra Pradesh & Arunachal Pradesh due to Helicopter Crash. Few days back, on 9th May 2012 Jharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda suffered injuries & admitted to Hospital in a helicopter accident at Birsa Munda Airport of Ranchi.

Names of Indian Ministers Died in Helicopter Accidents
Let’s check out the names of all Ministers of India who had died in a Helicopter / Airplane accident till 2012 –
  1. M KumarmangalamM Kumarmangalam was the Central Minister of India died on 30th May 1973 at New Delhi.
  2. Sanjay GandhiSanjay Gandhi, one of the emerging Indian politicians from Indira Gandhi family, died on 23rd June 1980 at New Delhi.
  3. Madhab Rao SindhiyaCentral Minister of India Madhab Rao Sindhiya was also died for a copter accident happened at Farukhabad (Uttar Pradesh) on 30th September 2001.
  4. G.M.C. BalyogiG.M.C. Balyogi, Loksabha Speaker, died in a Copter Accident at Bhimapur (Andhra Pradesh) on 3rd March 2002.
  5. O.P. JindalPolitician & Businessman O.P. Jindal died on 31st March 2005 at Sahranpur (Uttar Pradesh) because of a copter accident.
  6. Rajsekhar ReddyAndhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy died on 3rd September 2009 at Kurnul (Andhra Pradesh) for the same copter crash reason.
  7. Dorji KhanduArunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Dorji Khandu died in a copter crash on 30th April 2011 at Itanagar (Arunachal Pradesh).

Names of Ministers / Politicians faced Copter Accidents till 2012
Now, let’s check out the names of the fortunate ministers & politicians of India who fortunately survives after facing helicopter / airplane accident during their journey –
  1. Prithwiraj ChauhanCentral Minister Prithwiraj Chauhan had faced Copter Accident on 16th March 2004 at Khanbhel (Gujarat).
  2. Kumari Shailaja - Central Minister Kumari Shailaja had faced Copter Accident on 16th March 2004 at Khanbhel (Gujarat).
  3. Ahmed PatelCongress Leader Ahmed Patel had faced Copter Accident on 16th March 2004 at Khanbhel (Gujarat).
  4. Amarendra Singh – ex-Chief Minister Amarendra Singh had faced Copter Accident on 12th September 2006 at Gurudaspur (Punjab).
  5. Rajnath SinghBJP Leader Rajnath Singh had faced Copter Accident on 19th May 2008 at Rampur (Uttar Pradesh).
  6. Mukhtar Abbas NakviBJP Leader Mukhtar Abbas Nakvi had faced Copter Accident on 19th May 2008 at Rampur (Uttar Pradesh).
  7. Arjun MundaJharkhand Chief Minister Arjun Munda had faced Copter Accident on 9th May 2012 at Birsa Munda Airport of Ranchi (Jharkhand).
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WB Municipality Election 2012 - Pourasabha Poll Result of Bengal

Durgapur Municipality Purasabha election, Dhupguri Municipality Purasabha election, Haldia, Municipality pourasabha election, Panskura Municipality Purasabha election, Nalhati Municipality Purasabha election Coopers' Camp
West Bengal State Election Commission has announced the schedule of upcoming Municipal Election in six municipalities of West Bengal in June 2012. Municipal Corporation Poll in six Municipalities will be held on 3rd June 2012. Let's check out few detail information about the 3rd June 2012 Municipal Election of Bengal.

Name of the Municipalities where Election will be conducted: - Durgapur Municipal Corporation (DMC), Dhupguri Municipality, Haldia Municipality, Panskura Municipality, Nalhati Municipality and Coopers' Camp pourasabha.

• Last date for submission of nominations for the Municipal Election is 7th May 2012.

• Last date for Withdrawal of Nominations for Municipal Election is 11th May 2012.

Results / Vote Counting date of Municipal Election is 5th June 2012. [Update: Click to see Result of Purasabha Vote 2012]

More than 590052 voters will cast their votes to elect 129 ward commissioners of these six Municipalities on 3rd June 2012. This civic Municipal Election would be the first major political battle between the ruling TMC party and opposition CPM party after the 2011 Assembly Election change.
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2011 Bengal Election News: Mamata Banerjee & TMC – Congress Alliance 2011 Bidhansabha Vote

Bengal Election News: Mamata Banerjee & TMC – Congress Alliance 2011 Bidhansabha Vote


The 2011 Bidhansabha Vote Dates in Bengal has been declared on 1st March 2011 and soon after all the Political Parties in Bengal has started their Election Program in Bengal. Trinamool Congress founder Mamata Banerjee (TMC Leader) has confirmed that the TMC-Congress Alliance will fight against the Harmaad Bahini of Bengal i.e., CPI(M) in 2011 Bidhansabha Vote. Maa Maati Manush – TMC Party chief Mamata Banerjee will not compete in 2011 Bengal Bidhansabha Vote from any seat; but Mamata will be with TMC and Congress party full-fledged from 8th-9th March 2011 because Mamata Banerjee will be at New Delhi for the Railway Budget 2011 works for Indian Government.

‘Badla noy – Badal Chai’ means ‘No Revenge, I want Change’ – this is the recent slogan came from Mamata Banerjee and this time in 2011 Bengal Bidhansabha Vote ‘Paribartan’ might happen in Bengal politics...
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2011 Assembly Election Date Kerala Assam Bengal Tamilnadu Pondicherry | Vote Poll Schedule Phases Details

2011 Assembly Election Date Kerala Assam Bengal Tamilnadu Pondicherry Vote Poll Schedule Phases Details, Election Commission EC India 2011 Vote Poll Bidhansabha Legislative Assembly Election Polling 2011 Date Schedule Phases, Details 2011 Kerala Assembly Election Bidhansabha Seats Voters Dates Phases Schedule, Details 2011 Tamilnadu Assembly Election Bidhansabha Seats Voters Dates Phases Schedule, Details 2011 Assam Assom Assembly Election Bidhansabha Seats Voters Dates Phases Schedule, Details 2011 Bengal Assembly Election Bidhansabha Seats Voters Dates Phases Schedule, Details 2011 Pondicherry Puducherry Assembly Election Bidhansabha Seats Voters Dates Phases Schedule
Shri Y.S. Khureshi, the Chief Election Commissioner of India, on behalf of Election Commission (EC) of India has announces upcoming 2011 Assembly Election Polling Schedules in five States of India (four States and one Union Territory) today on 1st March 2011 at Nirvachan Commission Head Office at New Delhi, India. The Legislative Assembly Election 2011 of five states of India will be organized on different dates and phases; the detail of 2011 Bidhansabha Election of India as follows.

2011 Kerala Assembly Election Bidhansabha Vote Poll Schedule Date Details:
The Total number of Seats in Kerala Bidhansabha Election 2011 is 140 and the Assembly Election Vote in 2011 Kerala will be held on 13th April 2011 (2011 Election Date Schedule Kerala Bidhansabha Assembly).

2011 Tamilnadu Assembly Election Bidhansabha Vote Poll Schedule Date Details:
The Total number of Seats in Tamilnadu Bidhansabha Election 2011 is 234 and the Assembly Election Vote in 2011 Tamilnadu will be held on 13th April 2011 (2011 Election Date Schedule Tamilnadu Bidhansabha Assembly).

2011 Assam Assembly Election Bidhansabha Vote Poll Schedule Date Details:
The Total number of Seats in Assam Bidhansabha Election 2011 is 126 and the Assembly Election Vote in 2011 Assam will be held on 4th April 2011 (1st Phase) and 11th April 2011 (2nd Phase) (2011 Election Date Schedule Assam Bidhansabha Assembly).

The Total number of Seats in West Bengal Bidhansabha Election 2011 is 294 and the Assembly Election Vote in 2011 West Bengal will be held on 18th, 23rd, 27th April, 3rd, 7th, 10th May 2011 (2011 Election Date Schedule West Bengal Bidhansabha Assembly). Please read more details of 2011 Bengal Bidhansabha election Vote.

2011 Pondicherry Assembly Election Bidhansabha Vote Poll Schedule Date Details:
The Total number of Seats in Pondicherry Bidhansabha Election 2011 is 30 and the Assembly Election Vote in 2011 Pondicherry will be held on 13th April 2011 (2011 Election Date Schedule Pondicherry Bidhansabha Assembly).

The 2011 Assembly Election Helpline Phone Number is 1965 (toll free) for all these States of India (Kerala, Tamilnadu, Bengal, Assam and Pondicherry) and the Vote Counting Date of 2011 Assembly Election is 13th May 2011. We all are hoping for a peaceful 2011 Assembly Election in India.
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2011 Election Bidhansabha Vote Bengal Polling Dates Schedule | Assembly Election Bengal Statistics Details

Rajyasabha Vote 2011 West Bengal Assembly Legislative Election 2011 Dates Schedule Timings, Bidhansabha Vote Poll Election Bengal 2011 Schedule Date Phases Result Dates, Total Voters Statistics 2011 Bengal Bidhansabha Election Vote Chief Minister Selection, Latest Updates information 2011 Bengal Election Vote Poll Bidhansabha Bengal, Nirvachan Vote Bengal 2011 Bidhansabha Total number Seats Voters, 2011 Bidhansabha Election Vote Kolkata 24-Parganas Date Schedule, 2011 Bidhansabha Election Vote Howrah Hooghly Medinipur Burdwan Purulia Bankura Murshidabad Nadia Malda Coochbehar Darjeeling Jalpaiguri Siliguri 2011 Bidhansabha Election Vote Poll Date Schedule Kolkata 24-Parganas Date Schedule Rajya Sabha
West Bengal Bidhansabha Election Vote 2011 Date Schedule Phases Statistics

The dates are announced for selecting the next Chief Minister (C.M.) of West Bengal – Yes, today on 1st March 2011 (Tuesday) Election Commission of India has announces the upcoming 2011 Bidhansabha Vote Polling Dates in West Bengal in which the people of Bengal will decide who will be ruling Bengal for coming 5-years. After a long wait; finally the alarm of Bidhansabha Vote 2011 in Bengal has made all of the Political Parties in Bengal to work heart-out for the upcoming Bengal Assembly Election 2011.

Shri Y.S. Khureshi, Chief Election Commissioner of India, has declared that the 2011 Bengal Bidhansabha Election (Vote) will be held in six phases considering the number of seats, environment and current condition of Bengal. The tight security system with 24-hours helpline emergency number, micro observers in every Polling Booth and RAF will be placed during the most important Election of Bengal in 2011 in which the future of CPI(M) Party and TMC (Trinamool Congress Party) will be decided. 2011 Bengal Bidhansabha Assembly Election Vote details as follows:

Total number of Voters in 2011 Bengal Bidhansabha Assembly Election Vote Poll: The rounded figure of total voters in 2011 Assembly Election in Bengal is 5 Crore 60 Lakhs; amongst them 94.5% Voters of Bengal has Photo-Identity Card.

Total number of Polling Seats in 2011 Bengal Election Bidhansabha Vote: The coming Assembly (Bidhansabha) Election (Vote) in 2011 of Bengal will be arranged in 294 Seats which includes 16 Scheduled Tribes Seats and 68 Scheduled Castes Seats.

Total number of Polling Booths in 2011 Bengal Election Bidhansabha Vote: 51 Thousands 919 Hundred Booths.

Recent WB-Government expiry Date: The expiry date of current ruling West Bengal State Government 11th June 2011 and as per the Indian Law the assembly election should be arranged within the expiry date of recent Government.

2011 Bengal Bidhansabha Election Vote Date Schedule Phases: 2011 Assembly Election in West Bengal will be organized in 6 Phases and the details as follows: –
1st Phase Polling Date Schedule of 2011 Bidhansabha Election in Bengal is 18th April 2011 of 54 seats in Maldah and North Bengal districts of Bengal includes Coochbehar Darjeeling Jalpaiguri Darjeeling etc.
2nd Phase Polling Date Schedule of 2011 Bidhansabha Election in Bengal is 23rd April 2011 of 50 seats in Murshidabad, Nadia and Birbhum districts in Bengal.
3rd Phase Polling Date Schedule of 2011 Bidhansabha Election in Bengal is 27th April 2011 of 75 seats in two 24-Parganas (South and North) and Kolkata district of Bengal.
4th Phase Polling Date Schedule of 2011 Bidhansabha Election in Bengal is 3rd May 2011 of 63 seats in Howrah, Hooghly, Purba Medinipur and Burdwan district of Bengal.
5th Phase Polling Date Schedule of 2011 Bidhansabha Election in Bengal is 7th May 2011 of 38 seats in Paschim Medinipur, Purulia, Burdwan and Bankura districts of Bengal.
6th Phase Polling Date Schedule of 2011 Bidhansabha Election in Bengal is 10th May 2011 of 14 seats in Junglemahal, Paschim Medinipur, Purulia and Bankura districts of Bengal.

2011 Bengal Bidhansabha Election Vote Counting Date: 13th May 2011.

We all want peace; so if you saw anything happening which shouldn’t be done during the Bidhansabha Election 2011 of Bengal then please take initiative and inform to 1965 (toll free) 24-hours Election Helpline Number.

The question ‘Who will be the next Chief Minister of Bengal? Shri Budhyadeb Bhattachrya of CPI(M)or Smt. Mamata Banerjee of TMC’ will be answered by the people of Bengal in April-May 2011 Bidhansabha Vote.
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