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CPI expects to unite with CPI-M in 4-5 years, reasons that led to split irrelevant today: Sudhakar Reddy

“It (the unification) should happen; otherwise both the parties will suffer. We have a feeling that the Left movement is in difficulty these days so there is no necessity for duplication of work by the two parties, doing same type of work,” Reddy told PTI.

CPM office vandalised, roughed up party workers blame right wing groups

‘Attackers had come to avenge murder of RSS leader in Kerala’.

Left divided and clueless over revival strategy, blames TMC for decimation

The party held a two-day brainstorming state committee session to chalk out the next course of action.

Budget aimed at polls: CPM

The party lashed out at the government for reducing budgetary expenditure on social sectors

Indira’s trial run in Kerala

How she cannily allied with the CPI to undercut the CPM and raise her standing after the Congress split

CPM slams government’s claims,says relief measures lacking

The Communist Party of India Tuesday claimed that the Uttar Pradesh government has not been able to provide relief measures to the riots-affected people in Muzaffarnagar till now.

Amid BJP walkout,decks cleared for indirect mayoral election in HP

The Himachal Pradesh Assembly today passed a Bill pertaining to direct elections to the posts of mayor and deputy mayor for Shimla even as the Opposition BJP staged a walkout

The Old Curiosity Shop

As a young bride in Kolkata in the 1950s,Rekha Jalan was awed by the delicately-crafted pieces of silver jewellery and artifacts her in-laws would gift her regularly.

Cong,BJP to blame for putting HP on sale: CPM

Accusing both the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress of selling the state’s vital interests to ‘outsiders’,the Himachal Pradesh unit of the Communist Party of India on Tuesday advised leaders of both parties to stop the blame-game over the issue