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Lockers of Sen's wife, son traced  (20 April 04:47 am) 
Calcutta, April 19: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) today traced two bank lockers owned by Saradha Group chief Sudipta Sen\'s second wife Piyali and his son from the first marriage, Subhojit.
Poll observer to tour districts  (20 April 04:47 am) 
Calcutta, April 19: Bengal\'s special observer for the Lok Sabha polls, Sudhir Kumar Rakesh, will tomorrow begin touring the districts described as \"potentially troublesome\" by the Election Commission,
CM dares Centre to arrest her  (20 April 04:47 am) 
April 19: Chief minister Mamata Banerjee today dared the Centre to arrest her, hours after Rahul Gandhi accused the Bengal government of \"shielding\" those involved in the Saradha scandal.
Calcutta, April 19: An Exide executive driving back home after an anniversary lunch lost his wife and father when their car rammed into a bus on New Town\'s main arterial road, turning a \"double
Adhir targets CM for Kotwali comment  (19 April 04:46 am) 
April 18: PCC president Adhir Chowdhury today criticised Mamata Banerjee for training guns at the Khan Chowdhurys of Malda and \"dreaming to become the Prime Minister\".
Sen panel grills Sudipta  (18 April 03:48 am) 
Calcutta, April 17: The Shyamal Sen Commission today interrogated Sudipta Sen for around two hours, on a day the Saradha chief\'s second wife and son were questioned by the Enforcement Directorate.
Howrah, April 17: A farmer who identified himself as a \"hardcore Trinamul activist\" today accused Kalyan Banerjee, the Trinamul candidate for the Serampore Lok Sabha seat, of slapping him when he
Rivals raise Saradha pitch  (18 April 03:48 am) 
Calcutta, April 17: The Opposition today united in criticising the Trinamul government over the arrest of Sudipta Sen\'s wife and son by a central agency and the ruling party feared a \"severe crisis\".
Smoke in Didi AC, fire at EC  (18 April 03:48 am) 
Malda, April 17: Smoke emanated from the air-conditioner in chief minister Mamata Banerjee\'s suite in a Malda hotel this evening, following which the Trinamul Congress wrote to the Election Commission
Poll 'eyes and ears'  (18 April 03:48 am) 
Calcutta, April 17: Sudhir Kumar Rakesh, the special state observer for the Lok Sabha polls, spent his first day in Bengal as the \"eyes and ears\" of the Election Commission, going through complaints
Rapid 'arms' action against Babul  (17 April 03:47 am) 
Asansol, April 16: Police have started a case under the Arms Act against Babul Supriyo, the BJP candidate for the Asansol Lok Sabha seat, on the basis of a complaint lodged by Trinamul following an
Moon and girls rule the road  (17 April 03:47 am) 
Bankura, April 16: Go ahead, make my day.
Imponderable is the new normal  (17 April 03:47 am) 
It\'s the weekly market day. That\'s why the day was chosen. But the choice of the place \' Sukhia Pokhri, some 12 miles from Darjeeling town \' was more significant. This is where it all began.
Rampurhat, April 16: BJP leaders couldn\'t stop criticising her. BJP supporters couldn\'t stop thanking her, at least for today.
Babul charged under Arms Act  (17 April 03:46 am) 
Asansol, April 16: Police have started a case under the Arms Act against Babul Supriyo, the BJP candidate for the Asansol Lok Sabha seat, on the basis of a complaint lodged by Trinamul following an
Election vs king's selection  (17 April 03:46 am) 
The celebration of democracy that the Lok Sabha elections are touted to be does not interest Amiyo Deb Buxi.
Rampurhat, April 16: BJP leaders couldn\'t stop criticising her. BJP supporters couldn\'t stop thanking her, at least for today.
Didi reply to Modi Saradha jab  (17 April 03:46 am) 
Balurghat, April 16: Mamata Banerjee today returned the compliment to Gujarat chief minister Narendra Modi for mentioning the Saradha scam at a rally in Siliguri.
Mainaguri tea belt to vote without hope  (17 April 03:46 am) 
Mainaguri, April 16: The small tea growers in the Mainaguri block of Jalpaiguri district will vote tomorrow though they scripted success with little or no support from successive state and central
April 14: The CPM\'s candidate for the Tamluk Lok Sabha seat and several other East Midnapore leaders are praising expelled former strongman Lakshman Seth while campaigning, prompting many to wonder if
Problems multiple, Sens three  (16 April 03:48 am) 
Bankura, April 15: Roads, employment, water and midday meals top their wishlist, but Mejia and Durlabhpur had only stars in their eyes today as Moon Moon Sen hit the Bankura campaign trail with star
Left trouble  (16 April 03:48 am) 
Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee reached the Forward Bloc\'s CR Avenue headquarters on Tuesday afternoon for the Left Front partner\'s Nava Varsha celebrations but could not attend the programme as the elevator
Body found  (16 April 03:46 am) 
Siliguri, April 15: The body of an unidentified youth, aged around 35 years, was found along Nabin Sen Road in Siliguri this evening.
Bear scare in school  (16 April 03:46 am) 
Gangtok, April 15: Tashi Namgyal Academy near here was shut from today till April 20 after a Himalayan black bear was reportedly spotted on the premises of the school.
Morcha strike-shy after CM jab  (16 April 03:46 am) 
Darjeeling, April 15: Bimal Gurung today said there would be \"no strikes\" in the hills, the announcement aimed at building confidence among businessmen to whom Mamata Banerjee had directly appealed