Sitaram Yechury

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Left criticises PM Narendra Modi for his policies, asks to walk the talk

Editorial in CPI publication said Modi’s die-hard supporters are bent upon raising all divisive issues.”


PM Narendra Modi’s Independence speech lacked vision: Sitaram Yechury

Sitaram Yechury said scrapping Planning Commission would affect welfare activities for poor and downtrodden.


With surge in food prices people’s miseries bound to increase exponentially: Sitaram Yechury

Food inflation rose to 9.5 per cent in May against 8.64 per cent in April hitting the poor and marginalised hard, he said.

Yechury offered to quit CPM politburo post, party said no

The CPM’s top leadership has received much criticism for the party’s sliding electoral performance in the last two elections.


Left protests rigging, wants fresh poll in 3,200 booths

Brinda Karat said media showed how TMC goons cast fake votes, but EC’s special observer did not get to see anything wrong there.

Delhi Confidential: Taking a dig

The cartoon, it seems, adequately describes the CPM’s take on the veracity and accuracy of exit polls.


BJP-RSS’s communal polarisation will sharpen divide among people: CPI (M)

Yechury said the consequences of such communal polarisation would have ‘serious consequences for the unity and integrity of India’


Congress policies promoting growth of communal forces: Sitaram Yechury

CPI-M leader said the need of the hour was a left democratic secular alternative to combat communal threat.


CPI(M) open to form alliance with Jayalalithaa again post poll: Sitaram Yechury

On March 6, CPI(M) and CPI had called off their month-old alliance with the Jayalalithaa-led party.


CPI(M) confident that more regional parties would come together

Yechury said as far as corruption and economic policy direction is concerned, people see little difference between the BJP and Congress.

Deve Gowda and Nitish Kumar in Delhi on Monday. (Renuka Puri)

‘Third Front’ leaders break bread for post-poll alliance

Hectic parleys are on between some non-Congress, non-BJP parties to explore third alternative.

Deve Gowda, Sitaram Yechury and Sharad Yadav in New Delhi on Wednesday. (IE Photo: Anil Sharma)

11 non-Cong, non-BJP parties to come together in House

However, contradictions amongst these parties on key legislations remain.

Mulayam with son Akhilesh in Lucknow Saturday. He said the SP will play a key role in government formation at Centre. (Vishal Srivastav)

Front talks gather pace, joint rally planned

Sources said in order to cement ties, the JD(U) may concede three-four seats in Bihar. Sources said the CPI had asked for at least four seats and the CPM two.

CPM, SP, JD(U) to convene meet of like-minded parties

The CPM, the Samajwadi Party and the JD(U) have decided to convene a meeting of like-minded parties .


A few voices from leaders,mostly silence from parties

The BJP avoided any reaction,but opinion in the party appeared divided.