Left, Congress call for people's movement against Trinamool 'terror'

Lambasting the Trinamool Congress for "unleashing terror to eliminate the opposition", the Left Front and the Congress on Wednesday collectively called for a massive people's movement to 're-establish democracy' in West Bengal.

Bajrangi Dal camp row: CPI(M) questions SP govt silence, calls on President to take action

The Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Wednesday castigated the self defence camp organised by a right-wing group Bajrang Dal and questioned the silence of Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav on the matter. It also urged President Pranab Mukherjee to take action.

Over 150 BJP workers detained as they protest in Delhi against party worker's murder in Kerala

Over 150 BJP workers detained as they protest in Delhi against party worker's murder in Kerala

A BJP worker died after he was allegedly hit by a brick following a clash during a victory rally by CPI(M) workers at Idavilangu in Kerala on Thursday.

Will drag Preeti Menon to court: Maharastra minister Eknath Khadse on 'links' with Dawood

Will drag Preeti Menon to court: Maharastra minister Eknath Khadse on 'links' with Dawood

Following the furore after Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader Preeti Sharma Menon raised the issue of Maharashtra BJP minister Eknath Khadse being on the most dialled list of Mumbai underworld fugitive Dawood Ibrahim's international call list, the latter on Sunday asserted that he is all set to launch legal proceedings against her as her charges were false and baseless, as usual.

Achuthanandan is our Fidel Castro: Sitaram Yechury

Yechury said Achuthanandan, 92, was not given a second stint in view of his age and physical limitations.

Assembly Elections 2016: What caused Congress-Left poll drubbing in West Bengal

Taken aback by the drubbing the Left Front-Congress alliance received in the West Bengal assembly polls, two opposition leaders, who played a key role in forging the unlikely pact, on Thursday blamed the "adverse political atmosphere" and the "selective transfer of BJP votes in specific constituencies" for the electoral debacle.

Adjustment politics of Congress and Left have to be understood: PM Modi in Kerala

Adjustment politics of Congress and Left have to be understood: PM Modi in Kerala

The politics of compromise and contract between the UDF and the LDF has so far ruled Kerala whose educated electorate have been "insulted" by the two sides, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said today.

Tripura Chief Minister to campaign in Kerala, Tamil Nadu

Tripura Chief Minister to campaign in Kerala, Tamil Nadu

A CPI-M leader said Manik Sarkar would address eight election rallies in Tamil Nadu and nine in Kerala during his eight-day tour to the two states.

Mamata Banerjee trying to influence polls with police help: CPI-M

Mamata Banerjee trying to influence polls with police help: CPI-M

The CPI-M on Tuesday accused West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee and a prominent Trinamool Congress candidate of trying to influence the upcoming elections to 25 constituencies in the final phase of assembly polls in the state with the help of police.

West Bengal Assembly Elections: Polling begins in crucial fifth phase, 680 central forces companies deployed

West Bengal Assembly Elections: Polling begins in crucial fifth phase, 680 central forces companies deployed

Polling began for 53 constituencies in the fifth and penultimate phase on West Bengal assembly polls on Saturday.

CPI-M, BJP can't beat TMC in West Bengal, no post-poll alliance with Congress: Mamata Banerjee

CPI-M, BJP can't beat TMC in West Bengal, no post-poll alliance with Congress: Mamata Banerjee

In one of her fiercest attacks on her political rivals, Trinamool Congress chief Mamata Banerjee has said that CPI-M, Congress, BJP can't win in West Bengal come what may.

Rahul Gandhi to address three rallies in WB today, share stage with Buddhadeb Bhattacharya

Rahul Gandhi to address three rallies in WB today, share stage with Buddhadeb Bhattacharya

In a boost for CPI(M)-Congress alliance in West Bengal, Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi is expected to address three election rallies in the state on Wednesday.

West Bengal Assembly election 2016: Five cops transferred ahead of phase 5 polls

West Bengal Assembly election 2016: Five cops transferred ahead of phase 5 polls

The Election Commission on Tuesday transferred five police officials ahead of polling for the fifth phase for West Bengal Assembly on April 30.

West Bengal polls: Modi-Mamata collusion 'threat' to democracy, says Sonia Gandhi

West Bengal polls: Modi-Mamata collusion 'threat' to democracy, says Sonia Gandhi

Sonia Gandhi on Monday hit out at PM Narendra Modi and CM Mamata Banerjee for making "false promises".

Shiv Sena helpless for power, should quit govt and then criticise BJP: Congress

Shiv Sena helpless for power, should quit govt and then criticise BJP: Congress

Taking a swipe at Shiv Sena for its constant criticism of the BJP-led Maharashtra government while simultaneously being a part of it, Congress on Monday said the party, "helpless for (its need of) power", should stop invoking King Shivaji's name as it had lost its self-respect.

West Bengal Assembly polls 2016: Mamata attacks EC, says voters tortured by central forces

West Bengal Assembly polls 2016: Mamata attacks EC, says voters tortured by central forces

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday lashed out at the Election Commission yet again, accusing central forces of "torturing" the electorate during the fourth phase of the assembly polls.

CPI-M seeks Bengal chief secretary's removal

The CPI-M on Wednesday demanded the removal of West Bengal chief secretary Basudeb Banerjee alleging he was biased towards the state`s ruling Trinamool Congress.

Kerala CM Chandy attacks Left for 'playing politics' after Kollam temple tragedy

Chief Minister Oommen Chandy on Wednesday attacked the Left for trying to score brownie points following the horrific tragedy in a Kerala temple.

Modi government not serious on retrieving black money: CPI-M

The Narendra Modi government is not ready to "touch the structure of tax havens, money laundering and the generation of black money", the CPI-M has said.

Loose knots need to be tied: CPI-M to EC on Bengal polls

The CPI-M has told the Election Commission that there were still loose knots which needed to be addressed to ensure free and fair assembly polls in the coming phases in West Bengal.