Electorate has 'busted the myth' of invincibility: Left

Left parties on Thursday launched a scathing attack on BJP, days after its rout in Delhi, saying the electorate has "busted the myth" of invincibility of Narendra Modi and it was a "futile" exercise to say that the election was not a referendum on him.

CPI(M) to bring all secular parties together to take on BJP

The CPI(M) has decided to bring all secular parties on one platform to fight against the BJP, a senior party leader said on Monday.

CPI(M) expected to see change of leadership at 21st party Congress

CPI(M) is expected to see a change of leadership in its 21st Party Congress in April and a decision on the matter would be taken by the new Central Committee to be elected there.

To keep BJP, Cong out of power, Left parties support AAP

In its effort to keep BJP and Congress out of power in Delhi, Left parties on Wednesday announced their support to AAP and asked their supporters to vote in favour Arvind Kejriwal-led party on those seats from where the joint front of the Left parties has not put up candidates in Assembly polls.

CPM may no more forge ties with regional parties at national level

CPI(M) is likely to give up its earlier stance of forging alliances with regional parties at the national level and accord primacy to strengthening Left unity across the country while acknowledging its dwindling strength.

Left parties to fight Delhi assembly poll together

Accusing major political parties of failing to provide solve the problems faced by the people in the national capital, Left parties have come together to fight Delhi assembly elections to provide an alternative.

Six Left parties to stage protest actions during Obama visit

 Leaders of six Left parties met today to chalk out agitational programmes during the upcoming visit of US President Barack Obama to protest the growing links between the Narendra Modi government and "imperialism".

Left parties hit new low in 2014

New Delhi: Left Parties were pushed to a corner in 2014 after the "worst" drubbing in the Lok Sabha elections saw their numbers reducing from 64 seats in 2004 to a mere 11 this time.

BJP fuelling religious conversion controversy: Janata Parivar, Left

Leaders of Janata Parivar and the Left Friday slammed the Centre's suggestion for a law against conversion, saying any such legislation will be against the Constitution and accused the ruling BJP of fuelling the controversy to detract people's attention from real issues.

Left parties threaten to launch campaign in Odisha on Dec 10

Accusing the NDA government of pursuing "anti-people policies", Left parties on Sunday threatened to launch a campaign here on December 10 against "its failure on several fronts", including inability to bring back black money stashed abroad.

McKinsey CEO Dominic Barton praises PM Modi

World's largest whiteshoe consulting firm McKinsey CEO Dominic Barton says that India is back on the priority list of CEOs after Narendra Modi's ascension to power.

Resolution moved in Bengal Assembly on attempts to create communal disturbance

Trinamool Congress, Left parties and Congress on Thursday moved a resolution in the West Bengal Assembly expressing concern over attempts made by communal forces to create disturbances in the state.

Prakash Karat welcomes unity bid of erstwhile Janata Parivar

CPI(M) General Secretary Prakash Karat on Sunday welcomed the ongoing efforts of unity among the constituents of erstwhile Janata Parivar to take on a resurgent BJP saying the Left parties will coordinate with them in Parliament.

Left parties to launch nationwide campaign against communalism

In a first step towards expanding the Left block, six Left parties met here on Saturday and decided to launch a joint nationwide campaign against communalism and the problems afflicting the people's lives and livelihood.

Left parties to meet in Delhi; CPI sings unity mantra

Communist Party of India (CPI) on Thursday said that six Left parties, including CPI(M), would meet in the national capital on November 1 to evolve a joint action plan and stressed the need for unity among the communist outfits.

No question of alliance with Mamata Banerjee: Left
No question of alliance with Mamata Banerjee: Left

The Left parties, including major partner CPI(M), on Saturday ruled out the possibility of joining hands with Trinamool Congress to counter BJP, a day after West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said that no one was "untouchable" in politics including the communists.

Modi`s maiden I-Day speech comes under fire from Left parties

Left parties were on Friday critical of Prime Minister Narendra Modi`s maiden Independence Day speech with CPI(M) questioning the announcement that the government will abolish the Planning Commission while CPI charged that he failed to talk about empowering people.

CPI(M) to form broad based platform of Left parties: Karat

CPI-M will soon form a broad based platform of Left parties to organise intensive movements in the country, party general secretary Prakash Karat said on Thursday.

CPI(M) to form broad based platform of Left parties: Karat

CPI-M will soon form a broad based platform of Left parties to organise intensive movements in the country to resist alleged communalisation of politics by the ruling BJP, party general secretary Prakash Karat said on Thursday.

Left parties should contest Assembly polls in alliance: Bardhan

Senior CPI leader A B Bardhan Wednesday appealed to all Left parties to jointly contest the upcoming Assembly elections in Jharkhand.