‘DIDI’S DAY’: How Newspapers Looked Day After Mamata’s Win

Here’s a look at the front pages of major publications the morning after Assembly Elections 2021.

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West Bengal
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Here’s a look at the front pages of major publications the morning after Assembly Elections 2021.
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After almost two months of the electoral process, counting of votes for the Assembly elections began across four states and one Union Territory on Sunday, 2 May.

Even though Trinamool Congress Chief Mamata Banerjee lost the Nandigram constituency to her former trusted lieutenant and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate Suvendu Adhikari by 1,956 votes, the TMC registered a big win over its rival BJP.

While the party came to power for the third time with over 200 seats in the 294-seat Assembly, the BJP was restricted to less than 100 seats.

Here’s a look at the front pages of major publications the morning after the Assembly Elections 2021:

The Statesman: ‘DIDI’S DAY’

‘DIDI’S DAY’: How Newspapers Looked Day After Mamata’s Win
(Photo: Screenshot via The Statesman)

The Times of India: ‘Khela Over, Mamata Is Didi Beyond Bengal’

‘DIDI’S DAY’: How Newspapers Looked Day After Mamata’s Win

Dainik Bhaskar: ‘Modi...Modi’

‘DIDI’S DAY’: How Newspapers Looked Day After Mamata’s Win
(Photo: Screenshot via Dainik Bhaskar)

The Telegraph: ‘Good Morning BENGALL’

‘DIDI’S DAY’: How Newspapers Looked Day After Mamata’s Win
(Photo: Screenshot via The Telegraph)

The Hindustan Times: ‘Bengal Local For Vocal’

‘DIDI’S DAY’: How Newspapers Looked Day After Mamata’s Win
(Photo: Screenshot via Hindustan Times)

Hindustan: ‘Didi Saved Bengal, BJP Saved Assam’

‘DIDI’S DAY’: How Newspapers Looked Day After Mamata’s Win

The Indian Express: ‘Bengal Decides: Didi, Not Modi’

‘DIDI’S DAY’: How Newspapers Looked Day After Mamata’s Win
(Photo: Screenshot via The Indian Express)

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