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Left, JD(U) leaders to visit Una today

Left, JD(U) leaders to visit Una today

JD(U) leader Sharad Yadav, CPI's D Raja and CPI(M) Lok Sabha member P K Biju would reach Una tomorrow and meet the family members of the youths who were allegedly beaten up by a group of right-wing 'gau rakshaks' (cow vigilantes).

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.

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.

Assembly Elections 2016: Mamata decimates Left in West Bengal, BJP routs Congress in Assam, Jayalalithaa creates history in Tamil Nadu, Left reclaims Kerala

Assembly Elections 2016: Mamata decimates Left in West Bengal, BJP routs Congress in Assam, Jayalalithaa creates history in Tamil Nadu, Left reclaims Kerala

The BJP on Thursday made history in Assam, decimating Congress which was dethroned in Kerala too even as Jayalalithaa and Mamata Banerjee romped home for a second consecutive term in Tamil Nadu and West Bengal.

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.

Kerala Assembly election results 2016: A comeback for Left, setback for Congress

Kerala Assembly election results 2016: A comeback for Left, setback for Congress

The India Today-Axis exit poll gave 88 to 101 seats to the Left Democratic Front (LDF) in the 140-member assembly and 38-48 to the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF).

Is protest over Rohith Vemula death funded by Congress and Left? - Part II

Watch this special segment and get to know about, Did congress-left play vote bank politics on death?
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Is protest over Rohith Vemula death funded by Congress and Left?

Watch this special segment and get to know about, Did congress-left play vote bank politics on death?
To know more watch this full video here.

More Tripura Congress leaders quit over alliance with Left

Several Tripura Congress leaders on Sunday quit their party posts to protest against the party's tie-up with the Left in West Bengal's assembly polls.

Indo-US Logistics Support pact: Congress, Left slam Modi govt

Attacking the Modi government over its decision to sign the Logistics Support Agreement with the US, Congress Wednesday said it is "disastrous" and will hit the independence of India's foreign policy while Left parties termed it as "dangerous and anti-national".

First phase of West Bengal Assembly polls begins in 18 seats

The first of the six-phase Assembly election in West Bengal began at 7 AM on Monday in 18 constituencies in the Left-wing extremism-affected areas.

Rahul Gandhi, who refused to do 'politics' over Kolkata flyover collapse, now slams Mamata Banerjee

Rahul Gandhi, who refused to do 'politics' over Kolkata flyover collapse, now slams Mamata Banerjee

The Congress leader predicted Mamata government would lose the upcoming Assembly Elections.

West Bengal polls: CPI-M leaders to share stage with Rahul Gandhi

CPI-M leaders will be sharing the stage with Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi who would address three rallies in poll-bound West Bengal on Saturday.

If Left wins, will withdraw SC case on Singur land: CPI-M

Ahead of the West Bengal assembly polls, CPI-M state secretary Surjya Kanta Mishra on Tuesday said if a left and democratic government comes to power in the state, it will withdraw from the Supreme Court the case on the land acquired for the Tata Motors factory in Singur.

TMC to get majority in West Bengal polls, bag 197 seats: Survey

TMC to get majority in West Bengal polls, bag 197 seats: Survey

Trinamool Congress will get majority in West Bengal polls and Mamata Banerjee will as CM, as per an opinion poll. 

Only bomb factories were built in West Bengal during Mamata Banerjee's tenure: Amit Shah

Only bomb factories were built in West Bengal during Mamata Banerjee's tenure: Amit Shah

Amit Shah further said that his party will never forge an alliance either with the Left or with the Trinamool Congress.

West Bengal: Trinamool Congress leader killed in crude bomb attack

West Bengal: Trinamool Congress leader killed in crude bomb attack

A Trinamool Congress leader was killed in an alleged attack by unidentified assailants at Kakdwip in South 24 Parganas district late Wednesday, triggering tension in the area ahead of Assembly polls in the state.

Trinamool sting operation: Left, Congress, BJP up the ante with protests

 In the wake of the sting operation alleging bribery by several leaders of West Bengal`s ruling Trinamool Congress, the opposition Congress, Left Front and the BJP on Tuesday organised protest marches across the city demanding the removal of the Mamata Banerjee government.

Tamil Nadu murder case: Left, Dalit groups call for statewide protest

Tamil Nadu murder case: Left, Dalit groups call for statewide protest

The attack has once again highlighted the scourge of casteism that is still prevalent in the country, despite progress in the education and economic front.

Triangular fight between Left, Congress, BJP in Barak Valley

The Bengali-dominated region in southern Assam will see a triangular contest between the Left parties, the Congress and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the assembly polls.