NIRUPAM SEN

  • WB polls: Voters demolish Left leadership May 13, 2011

    Kolkata: As the Trinamool CongressCongress combine heads for a landslide win in West Bengal on Friday, most of the Left stalwarts lost their seats as angry voters punished leaders of the world's longest ruling elected Communist government for nonperformance. After seven straight victories, the Left Front government in West Bengal on...
  • Bengal CM no friends with his secondincommand August 21, 2009

    Kolkata: Cracks are beginning to show in the top brass of the Communist Party of IndiaMarxist (CPIM) leadership in West Bengal. After Kerala, Bengal is the second state to witness such factionalism. West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee has not been keeping well for about a week now and his regular visits...
  • Bengal Uturn: Govt says Tata won't lose Nano land September 9, 2008

    New Delhi: The Singur fiasco has sent the West Bengal government into a huddle. In a move to reach out to Tata Motors, Bengal Industries Minister Nirupam Sen said that he is going to leave no stone unturned to make the Nano project stay in Bengal. I'm extremely anxious about the...
  • Tata closure is our loss, says Bengal industry minister September 2, 2008

    Kolkata: West Bengal Industry Minister Nirupam Sen described the decision by the Tata Motors Company to suspend work at the Singur Nano plant as "an unfortunate day for West Bengal." "It is a very unfortunate day. It is a very bad day for West Bengal," Sen told a private Bengali TV...
  • We will not stay if we are unwanted: Ratan Tata August 22, 2008

    Kolkata: With growing worries over the continuing agitation in Singur, Ratan Tata on Friday talked about a possible pull out from West Bengal. "If we are unwanted here, then we dont to stay on further," he said. It was a Tata way of saying they are preparing to bid goodbye. Two...
  • Ratan Tata threatens to pull out of West Bengal August 22, 2008

    New Delhi: Even as the agitation in Singur is set to intensify, TATA Motors has assured the West Bengal government they would not be pulling out of the project unless forced to do so. West Bengal Industries Minister, Nirupam Sen is meeting industrialists on the issue, even as Trinamool Congress leader,...
  • Ratan Tata worried about Singur project: Nirupam Sen August 22, 2008

    Kolkata: Tata Motors chairman Ratan Tata is worried about his company's small car project in Singur, West Bengal Industries Minister Nirupam Sen said here Thursday night. Sen, after coming out of a more than hourlong meeting with Ratan Tata at the hotel where he is staying, said, "He (Ratan Tata) is...
  • We've learnt from Nandigram: Left March 31, 2007

    New Delhi: With the West Bengal government scrapping the chemical hub project in Nandigram and announcing its decision to relocate the same to a new place, state Industries Minister Nirupam Sen says industrialisation will go ahead as planned in the state. CNNIBN spoke to the Minister ahead of the CPIM Politburo...
  • Lookahead: What's making news on Wednesday March 14, 2007

    Budget sessions of Maharashtra and Karnataka state Assemblies to commence, WB Industries Minister Nirupam Sen to to address the state Assembly and TADA court may announce date for pronouncing the sentences of those convicted for the 1993 blasts. Heres a look at what else will make news later in the...