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In decline, in denial

Though the Left’s losses are all-India, its route to revival passes through West Bengal.


Will come when I want to: Mamata tells House

The Chief Minister said that “there was only one question on land which is sub-judice” and the opposition were informed of it.


TMC sweeps Assembly bypolls

Left Front constituent RSP’s Manoj Kumar Oraon won the Kumargram seat.


Left won’t say no to a third front with Cong: Bardhan

The Left Front will not object to a Congress-backed third front after the Lok Sabha poll verdict is out if the situation arises, senior CPI leader A B Bardhan on Wednesday said and left it to the Congress to take a call. He indicated it depended on seats the BJP wins, which will be clear on […]


In Modi vs Mamata, debate is whose loss will be BJP’s gain

Mamata has accused the Left of “inviting” the BJP to chip away at the Trinamool’s vote share.


Made mistakes, learnt lessons: Buddha

CPM leader claims electoral gap between Left, Trinamool narrowing ahead of elections.


Rahul blames CPM cadres for gangrapes in Tripura, says state unsafe for women

Rahul Gandhi said the Left Front is finished in West Bengal and Kerala. Now we have to finish the left ideology in Tripura.

Balancing corporator job with campaign

Rinku Naskar has been fielded in one of the toughest regions in the state, and is fighting against 76-year-old sitting TMC MP Choudhury Mohan Jatua.


Kerala RSP pullout against protocol: Bengal RSP

Goswami also said they would recommend the national committee secretary to take action against party members of Kerala unit.

A total of 23,83,146 voters will exercise their franchise in the general elections from Tripura.

Left Front and TMC announce list of candidates for LS polls in Tripura

The opposition Congress and BJP are yet to announce their candidates for the fray.

25 of Left’s 42 are fresh faces

The youngest candidate in 2009 was 50, and that for 2014 is 25.


Left, BJP ask for stricter security during elections

Rahul Sinha wrote to the chief election commissioner demanding for elections in a minimum of five phases and central force to man all the polling stations across the state.


Mamata’s hint: Next government will ease loan burden

Banerjee exuded confidence that the next government in Delhi would allow her state to restructure its loan repayment schedule.

CPI(M) General Secretary,Prakash Karat and former West Bengal Chief Minister and CPI(M) Politburo member Buddhadeb Bhattacharya at Left Front rally in Kolkata. (PTI)

Marxists attack Modi and Mamata, go soft on Congress

Party general secretary Prakash Karat also warned of a possible Modi-Mamata alliance at the Centre after the elections.


RS elections: Trinamool wins as Cong, Left Front MLAs vote in favour

Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that Trinamool Congress had no money to ingulge in such kind of practice.