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  • Congress Lost Ideological Base, Left Only Alternative To BJP: Prakash Karat

    Congress Lost Ideological Base, Left Only Alternative To BJP: Prakash Karat

    CPI(M) politburo member Prakash Karat has said that only the communists can build an alternative to the BJP at the Centre.

  • Kerala Seat Shows Rahul Gandhi's Strength Over PM Modi: Shashi Tharoor

    Kerala Seat Shows Rahul Gandhi's Strength Over PM Modi: Shashi Tharoor

    Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Sunday rejected claims that party chief Rahul Gandhi was hedging his bets by contesting from Kerala's Wayanad, in addition to Amethi in Uttar Pradesh. The truth, he maintained, was quite the opposite.

  • "Will Work To Defeat Rahul Gandhi" In Wayanad, Says CPM's Prakash Karat

    "Will Work To Defeat Rahul Gandhi" In Wayanad, Says CPM's Prakash Karat

    Rahul Gandhi's candidature from Kerala's Wayanad seat has seriously offended the state's ruling CPM, which is part of the opposition alliance that's taking on the BJP in the coming national elections. While there has been no official reaction from the CPM's state unit, senior party leader Prakash Karat said that they would "work to ensure the defea...

  • Why Opposition Doesn't Need A 2019 Face, According To Sitaram Yechury

    Why Opposition Doesn't Need A 2019 Face, According To Sitaram Yechury

    Newly elected CPM General Secretary Sitaram Yechury has told NDTV that the opposition does not necessarily need a face to take on Prime Minister Modi in the 2019 general elections. Overcoming internal differences within his own party, Mr Yechury has got the Communist Party of India (Marxist) to agree to an "understanding" with the Congress.

  • CPM May Go For Vote As Sitaram Yechury, Prakash Karat Differ On Congress

    CPM May Go For Vote As Sitaram Yechury, Prakash Karat Differ On Congress

    The CPM does not call it differences within the party but "divergent views". Whatever the name, the divergence over its relationship with the Congress party has become so wide, the once-in-five-years party congress currently under way in Hyderabad may end up voting on it.

  • After Tripura Rout, Debate Within CPM On Alliances Could Become Shriller

    After Tripura Rout, Debate Within CPM On Alliances Could Become Shriller

    An internal debate in the CPI(M) on the political line the party has to follow has become even more shrill after its crushing defeat in Tripura, with the camp supporting general secretary Sitaram Yechury blaming the former party boss Prakash Karat for not adapting to changing scenarios in the country.

  • Tripura Poll Result Will Impact National Politics, CPM: Party leader

    Tripura Poll Result Will Impact National Politics, CPM: Party leader

    The Tripura Assembly Election result, to be declared tomorrow, will have far reaching consequences not only nationally but also within the CPI (M), which has been in power in the state for the past 25 years, a leader of the Left party said.

  • Drop "No Alliance" Line For Congress: Prithvraj Chavan To Prakash Karat

    Drop "No Alliance" Line For Congress: Prithvraj Chavan To Prakash Karat

    Maharashtra Congress chief Ashok Chavan has appealed to CPI(M) leader Prakash Karat to reconsider his resolution of "no alliance" with the party in the larger interest of the country ahead of the Left party's general session in April.

  • CPM's Prakash Karat Plays Down Differences With Sitaram Yechury

    CPM's Prakash Karat Plays Down Differences With Sitaram Yechury

    Senior CPI(M) leader Prakash Karat played down differences with party general secretary Sitaram Yechury over the issue of having an understanding with the Congress to fight the BJP, insisting that divergence of views reflected inner-party democracy.

  • Blog: Cloak-And-Dagger Games At Sedate CPM Meet To Sideline Party Chief

    Blog: Cloak-And-Dagger Games At Sedate CPM Meet To Sideline Party Chief

    If you thought the Communist Party of India Marxist was a musty geriatrics club, only good for some theoretical intra party pedantry, think again. The three-day meet of the Central Committee in Kolkata that ended on Sunday in a devastating blow to party general secretary Sitaram Yechury was a cloak and dagger delight a la 007.

  • As CPM Rejected His Tie-Up Plan, Sitaram Yechury Offered To Quit

    As CPM Rejected His Tie-Up Plan, Sitaram Yechury Offered To Quit

    As the CPM endorsed a proposal ruling out any alliance or electoral understanding with the Congress, it rejected through a vote on Sunday the approach suggested by the party general secretary, for the first time in over four decades

  • In Key Vote, CPM Rejects Sitaram Yechury's Call For Tie-Up With Congress

    In Key Vote, CPM Rejects Sitaram Yechury's Call For Tie-Up With Congress

    For the second time in six months, CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury failed to convince the party's most powerful decision-making body, the Central Committee (CC), that it was imperative to forge an understanding with the Congress to oust the BJP from power at the centre.

  • In Battle Against BJP, CPM Won't Work With Congress, For Now

    In Battle Against BJP, CPM Won't Work With Congress, For Now

    A key vote on whether or not to work with the Congress to defeat the BJP in the 2019 general elections, was won today by those in favour of maintaining distance from the country's largest opposition party. The voting took place at the Central Committee or CC meet in Kolkata today.

  • United Against BJP, Divided Over Congress: Key CPM Meet Today

    United Against BJP, Divided Over Congress: Key CPM Meet Today

    How determined and or how desperate are opposition parties to oust the Narendra Modi government from Delhi? Very, says the Communist Party of India Marxist or CPM.

  • CPI(M) Still Undecided On Political Understanding With Congress

    CPI(M) Still Undecided On Political Understanding With Congress

    The CPI(M) politburo failed to reach a consensus on whether it should have a political understanding with the Congress and other secular parties to oust the BJP-led government, as it framed its draft political report.

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  • Congress Lost Ideological Base, Left Only Alternative To BJP: Prakash Karat

    Congress Lost Ideological Base, Left Only Alternative To BJP: Prakash Karat

    CPI(M) politburo member Prakash Karat has said that only the communists can build an alternative to the BJP at the Centre.

  • Kerala Seat Shows Rahul Gandhi's Strength Over PM Modi: Shashi Tharoor

    Kerala Seat Shows Rahul Gandhi's Strength Over PM Modi: Shashi Tharoor

    Congress leader Shashi Tharoor on Sunday rejected claims that party chief Rahul Gandhi was hedging his bets by contesting from Kerala's Wayanad, in addition to Amethi in Uttar Pradesh. The truth, he maintained, was quite the opposite.

  • "Will Work To Defeat Rahul Gandhi" In Wayanad, Says CPM's Prakash Karat

    "Will Work To Defeat Rahul Gandhi" In Wayanad, Says CPM's Prakash Karat

    Rahul Gandhi's candidature from Kerala's Wayanad seat has seriously offended the state's ruling CPM, which is part of the opposition alliance that's taking on the BJP in the coming national elections. While there has been no official reaction from the CPM's state unit, senior party leader Prakash Karat said that they would "work to ensure the defea...

  • Why Opposition Doesn't Need A 2019 Face, According To Sitaram Yechury

    Why Opposition Doesn't Need A 2019 Face, According To Sitaram Yechury

    Newly elected CPM General Secretary Sitaram Yechury has told NDTV that the opposition does not necessarily need a face to take on Prime Minister Modi in the 2019 general elections. Overcoming internal differences within his own party, Mr Yechury has got the Communist Party of India (Marxist) to agree to an "understanding" with the Congress.

  • CPM May Go For Vote As Sitaram Yechury, Prakash Karat Differ On Congress

    CPM May Go For Vote As Sitaram Yechury, Prakash Karat Differ On Congress

    The CPM does not call it differences within the party but "divergent views". Whatever the name, the divergence over its relationship with the Congress party has become so wide, the once-in-five-years party congress currently under way in Hyderabad may end up voting on it.

  • After Tripura Rout, Debate Within CPM On Alliances Could Become Shriller

    After Tripura Rout, Debate Within CPM On Alliances Could Become Shriller

    An internal debate in the CPI(M) on the political line the party has to follow has become even more shrill after its crushing defeat in Tripura, with the camp supporting general secretary Sitaram Yechury blaming the former party boss Prakash Karat for not adapting to changing scenarios in the country.

  • Tripura Poll Result Will Impact National Politics, CPM: Party leader

    Tripura Poll Result Will Impact National Politics, CPM: Party leader

    The Tripura Assembly Election result, to be declared tomorrow, will have far reaching consequences not only nationally but also within the CPI (M), which has been in power in the state for the past 25 years, a leader of the Left party said.

  • Drop "No Alliance" Line For Congress: Prithvraj Chavan To Prakash Karat

    Drop "No Alliance" Line For Congress: Prithvraj Chavan To Prakash Karat

    Maharashtra Congress chief Ashok Chavan has appealed to CPI(M) leader Prakash Karat to reconsider his resolution of "no alliance" with the party in the larger interest of the country ahead of the Left party's general session in April.

  • CPM's Prakash Karat Plays Down Differences With Sitaram Yechury

    CPM's Prakash Karat Plays Down Differences With Sitaram Yechury

    Senior CPI(M) leader Prakash Karat played down differences with party general secretary Sitaram Yechury over the issue of having an understanding with the Congress to fight the BJP, insisting that divergence of views reflected inner-party democracy.

  • Blog: Cloak-And-Dagger Games At Sedate CPM Meet To Sideline Party Chief

    Blog: Cloak-And-Dagger Games At Sedate CPM Meet To Sideline Party Chief

    If you thought the Communist Party of India Marxist was a musty geriatrics club, only good for some theoretical intra party pedantry, think again. The three-day meet of the Central Committee in Kolkata that ended on Sunday in a devastating blow to party general secretary Sitaram Yechury was a cloak and dagger delight a la 007.

  • As CPM Rejected His Tie-Up Plan, Sitaram Yechury Offered To Quit

    As CPM Rejected His Tie-Up Plan, Sitaram Yechury Offered To Quit

    As the CPM endorsed a proposal ruling out any alliance or electoral understanding with the Congress, it rejected through a vote on Sunday the approach suggested by the party general secretary, for the first time in over four decades

  • In Key Vote, CPM Rejects Sitaram Yechury's Call For Tie-Up With Congress

    In Key Vote, CPM Rejects Sitaram Yechury's Call For Tie-Up With Congress

    For the second time in six months, CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury failed to convince the party's most powerful decision-making body, the Central Committee (CC), that it was imperative to forge an understanding with the Congress to oust the BJP from power at the centre.

  • In Battle Against BJP, CPM Won't Work With Congress, For Now

    In Battle Against BJP, CPM Won't Work With Congress, For Now

    A key vote on whether or not to work with the Congress to defeat the BJP in the 2019 general elections, was won today by those in favour of maintaining distance from the country's largest opposition party. The voting took place at the Central Committee or CC meet in Kolkata today.

  • United Against BJP, Divided Over Congress: Key CPM Meet Today

    United Against BJP, Divided Over Congress: Key CPM Meet Today

    How determined and or how desperate are opposition parties to oust the Narendra Modi government from Delhi? Very, says the Communist Party of India Marxist or CPM.

  • CPI(M) Still Undecided On Political Understanding With Congress

    CPI(M) Still Undecided On Political Understanding With Congress

    The CPI(M) politburo failed to reach a consensus on whether it should have a political understanding with the Congress and other secular parties to oust the BJP-led government, as it framed its draft political report.

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