From the suicide of the Hyderabad Dalit scholar to the Red Fort attack case, here are the top stories of the day
Says strategy to be in accordance with the line adopted at 21st Party Congress
The congress has recommended the formation of a Kerala Bank by networking cooperative banks, and suggested that deposits to the tune of Rs 50,000 crore be mobilised.
The “phenomenon of strong likes and dislikes” on the part of the leadership, Yechury has said, produces “sycophancy” and a behaviour of “pleasing the leadership” on the part of the cadre.
Left is stuck with old issues. It must strike new conversations — with middle classes and youth.
Yechury said that the CPI (M) would now strengthen the unity of Left forces and on that basis forge the Left and democratic front to bring about change in the nation.
The Indian Express reporters read between the headlines of this year to interpret what will make news in 2016.
Yechury said, the focus of the party’s plenum — which began in Kolkata on Sunday — would be to strengthen CPM’s position as a force opposed to social oppression and not just economic exploitation.
Yechury said, the focus of the party’s Plenum — which began in Kolkata on Sunday — would be to strengthen CPM’s position as a force opposed to social oppression and not just economic exploitation.
CPM rally sets the tone for upcoming contest for West Bengal. Party meet must not shirk the consequential questions.
The party’s plenum, which is being held after 37 years, will commence on Sunday and conclude on Thursday.
“Now it has been agreed to talk on everything, including J&K. So this suddenly dropping by in Pakistan is good. But the talks should sustain,” Yechury said.
Yechury, in a write-up in party mouthpiece People’s Democracy, has argued that the new tactical line of the party gives importance to united fronts in the process of forging the Left democratic front.
On the Juvenile bill, Yechuri said that his party wanted the bill to be sent to select committee for threadbare discussion.
According to party general secretary Sitaram Yechury, the growth rate comes down to 5.2 per cent when calculated on the basis of the older basic points.