Tanmay Chatterjee has spent more than three decades covering regional and national politics, internal security, intelligence, defence and corruption. He also plans and edits special features on subjects ranging from elections to festivals.
Articles by Tanmay Chatterjee
The Rajasthan CM lambasts the minister who had accused Marwaris of indulging in unfair means, report KS Tomar and T Chatterjee.
Updated on Feb 23, 2008 10:05 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByKS Tomar and Tanmay Chatterjee, Jaipur/kolkata
The veteran said he wants to step down from his politburo and will not attend the 19th party meet, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.
Basu's statement came a day after Prakash Karat said Congress would have to seek fresh mandate from the people if it wanted to go ahead with the deal, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.
Leaders of the RSP, Forward Bloc and CPI stayed away from the rally at the Maidan in central Kolkata, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.
CPM veteran Jyoti Basu pulls up Left Front allies for accusing his party of deviating from the socialist line in pursuit of industrialisation.
The Bengal CM says, "Ram was born in the imagination of poets and Ram Sethu is a natural formation under the sea." Tanmay Chatterjee and Drimi Chaudhuri report.
Updated on Dec 08, 2007 02:51 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByTanmay Chatterjee and Drimi Chaudhuri, Kolkata
Police receive an e-mail which says that Kolkata will be rocked by blasts, report Tanmay Chatterjee & Rahul Das.
Updated on Nov 27, 2007 12:31 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByTanmay Chatterjee and Rahul Das, Kolkata
With panchayat polls due in a few months and Muslims certain to play a deciding role, the CPM can’t afford to take groups like the Jamait-e-Ulema Hind and Mili Ittehad Parishad lightly, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.
The Taslima Nasreen issue is merely a pretext to give vent to the pent up anger over larger issues, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.
A day after putting the CPM in the dock for letting loose its armed cadres to recapture Nandigram, the Left Front partners were in a dilemma on whether to move one step further, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.
The Forward Bloc, the RSP and the CPI blame their ally for the continuing violence and killings in Nandigram, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.
The party issues a statement saying Gandhi had “out-stepped the Constitutional limit” of his office, report Tanmay Chatterjee & Saroj Nagi.
Updated on Nov 11, 2007 01:53 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByTanmay Chatterjee/Saroj Nagi, Kolkata/new Delhi
The country would not have to face mid-term polls in the immediate future, CPM general secretary Prakash Karat said on Friday, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.
CBI has registered a case against Ashok Todi following the death of Rizwanur Rehman, report Tanmay Chatterjee and Tushar Srivastava.
Updated on Oct 20, 2007 02:46 AM IST
Hindustan Times | ByTanmay Chatterjee and Tushar Srivastava, New Delhi
At Wednesday's Left Front meeting, the WB CM was virtually forced by leaders of various parties to seal the fate of the city's top cops, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.
WB CM Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee was forced to act in the Rizwanur case as allies leave him with no choice, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.
The West Bengal Human Rights Commission on Friday summoned five police officers in connection with the mysterious death of Muslim computer graphics designer Rizwanur Rehman.
The CPI-M Central Committee (CC) on Monday authorised the party’s Politburo to take “whatever measures necessary” to stop the 123 Agreement with the US, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.
The party seems to be convinced that the UPA government will not accommodate its recommendations while operationalising the N-deal, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.
Amidst conflicting reports about the party’s stand on the Indo-US deal, veteran CPM leader Jyoti Basu rules out any “compromise” with the Govt over the deal, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.
Bengal’s bold chief minister crossed the thin Red line again by seeking a reappraisal of Left views on 123, writes Tanmay Chatterjee.
Veteran CPI-M leader Jyoti Basu also hopes the stand-off between the Left and the UPA government on the issue would ease, reports Tanmay Chatterjee.