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CPM politburo meeting: ‘Appropriate tactics will be worked out at state level’

On the NRC, the CPM attacked the BJP, saying the “misleading” statement made by the BJP president with regard to the exclusion of 40 lakh people declaring them “illegal migrants” will only “add to the fear and anxiety”.

Sitaram Yechury protests HECI Bill, writes to PM Narendra Modi

He argued that the HECI Bill undermines public trust and educational needs of the people. He said while the concern over “quality” is repeated several times, “equity and access” do not even find a passing mention.

CPI(M) party congress

Left parties are Pandavas who will defeat BJP’s Kauravas in political battle: Sitaram Yechury

The CPI(M), CPI, RSP, Forward Bloc and the CPI(ML) held the protest on the Parliament Street here and accused the BJP of unleashing a “politics of violence” for garnering votes.

Mamata Banerjee says Trinamool Congress planning meeting of Opposition leaders in December

The TMC chief has often spoken in favour of a ‘Federal Front’ to oust the BJP-led NDA government from power and has held talks with regional party leaders in this regard.

What is left of the Left: Status check from Kerala, India's only communist bastion

What is left of the Left: Status check from Kerala, India’s only communist bastion

Out of the three states, where the Left has a substantial organisational base, Kerala remains, as of today, the only state in the country where it has a government.

BJP trying to impose ‘institutional emergency’: Sitaram Yechury

Sitaram Yechury said there was a “question mark” over the impartiality of the Election Commission. He alleged that Parliament was under “direct attack” as its sessions were getting truncated.

Distorting history is BJP’s occupation: Sitaram Yechury on Arun Jaitley’s Emergency tweet

Yechury alleged that the then RSS chief’s letters pledging support to Indira Gandhi and pleading for release during the Emergency were recorded in history.

Sitaram Yechury: CPI(M) aims to counter BJP government’s policies

CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury compared PM Narendra Modi with the US President Donald Trump and alleged that while the latter was “promoting racism”, the former was “encouraging communalism”.

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Left parties on NDA at four: Slogans hollow, promises betrayed

CPI leader D Raja alleged that the BJP-RSS combine had unleashed “fascism, fear and intimidation”, with people living in fear and insecurity and their constitutional and democratic rights under attack.

On question of coalition against BJP: Will become clear after 2019 Lok Sabha elections, says Sitaram Yechury

Sitaram Yechury said that despite the outcome of the panchayat elections, which were swept by TMC, there had been a revival of resistance against the ruling party.

RSS meet in Gujarat to discuss organisation network, future course

Category confusions

Four dominant narratives about the nature of the RSS run parallel to each other. Most do not understand the organisation’s ethos.

Notes from the CPM congress

A politics based on democratic welfarism could offer a political alternative. The Bahujan Left Front in Telangana comprising communists and Ambedkarites may show the way.

Re-elected as CPM general secy, Sitaram Yechury says BJP defeat first task

“We will have no political alliance with the Congress. But we will have an understanding with it inside and outside (Parliament) to stop communalism,” Sitaram Yechury said.

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Stuck in a rut

CPM party congress revealed a party still divided on ways to arrest its own decline, still obsessing on relations with Congress.

Sitaram Yechury was re-elected as CPI(M) general secretary in Hyderabad on Sunday. (PTI)

Sitaram Yechury gets second term as CPI(M) general secretary

Besides re-electing Sitaram Yechury as general secretary, the party also elected a 95-member Central Committee in the 22nd CPI(M) Party Congress.