CPM for initiatives to make J&K's farming sector remunerative

 Seeking to make farming sectors in Jammu and Kashmir remunerative, the CPI-M on Thursday called for diversification of agriculture and horticulture on modern lines to boost rural economy and productivity in the state.

Mamata Banerjee's convoy blocked during visit to Nadia

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's convoy was on Monday blocked here by angry protestors for nearly an hour demanding immediate arrest of culprits in the gangrape of the nun of a convent school in Nadia district.

CPI-M refutes PM Modi's views on Left rule

The CPI-M on Thursday quoted official data to challenge Prime Minister Narendra Modi's claims that West Bengal suffered economically during 34 years of Left Front rule.

CPI-M demands statement on Modi-Mamata meeting

CPI(M) on Monday demanded a statement from West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on her meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying it was an attempt by her to save her party from the clutches of CBI in Saradha scam.

Yechury takes jibe at PM Modi for mocking CPI-M

CPI-M leader Sitaram Yechury on Sunday took a dig at Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the BJP`s defeat in the recent Delhi assembly polls and the government`s failure to secure passage for the motion of thanks to the president for his address to parliament without amendments.

Committed mistakes in the past, have rectified them: CPI-M

The CPI-M which witnessed a steep decline as a political force in West Bengal after a string of reverses in national and local polls, on Sunday admitted to committing mistakes in the past, but claimed that it had rectified them.

Achuthanandan cuts a lonely figure in CPI-M

Is the CPI-M boycotting veteran leader and former Kerala chief minister V.S. Achuthanandan?

Congress, NC, CPI-M take potshots at PDP-BJP alliance in J&K

Taking a swipe at the new PDP-BJP government in Jammu and Kashmir, Congress on Sunday said Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed should be "careful" about BJP's conversion agenda while National Conference wondered how ministers of the saffron party, whose idealogue had opposed the state's Constitution, now owed allegiance to it.

Tripura: CPI-M women members at record number

 The strength of women members of the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) in Tripura rose to a record 26 percent against 12 percent at the national level, a top party leader said here Tuesday.

CPI(M) meet ends on stormy note; Achuthanandan defiant
CPI(M) meet ends on stormy note; Achuthanandan defiant

The four-day state conference of CPI(M) in Kerala ended here on Monday on a turbulent note with sharp differences between party's founding-leader V S Achuthanandnan and the leadership remaining unresolved and the veteran was omitted from the 88-member new state committee.

CPI-M's final call for Achuthanandan to attend conference

In what appears to be the last and final call to veteran leader V.S. Achuthanandan who has walked out of the ongoing party conference, the CPI-M asked him to return to the ongoing party meet for its last day Monday.

CPI-M's last and final call for Achuthanandan to attend conference

In what appears to be the last and final call to veteran leader VS Achuthanandan who has walked out of the ongoing party conference, the CPI-M asked him to return to the ongoing party meet for its last day Monday.

Achuthanandan returns to his official residence

Former Kerala chief minister VS Achuthanandan Sunday returned to his official residence in Thiruvananthapuram from Alappuzha.

''Achuthanandan wants to quit as leader of opposition''

Former Kerala chief minister VS Achuthanandan wants to quit as the leader of opposition in the assembly, his close aide said Saturday.

Former Kerala CM Achuthanandan criticised in party meet, walks out

Former Kerala chief minister VS Achuthanandan was Saturday pulled up at the state CPI-M conference here for breaching party discipline following which he walked out of the meet, a source said.

Kerala government has lost its direction: CPI-M

 CPI-M general secretary Prakash Karat on Friday described the Congress-led UDF government in Kerala as the most corrupt and one that has lost its direction.

After Srinjoy Bose, more will leave Trinamool: Opposition parties

Welcoming Trinamool Congress Rajya Sabha member Srinjoy Bose's decision to quit the party and parliament, the BJP, Congress and CPI-M Thursday said more and more people will leave the party.

CPI-M slams Himachal government over entrance test

 The Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) Sunday condemned the Himachal Pradesh government`s decision to conduct a separate entrance test for admission to the private engineering colleges.

Opposition slams Mamata Banerjee over woman's torture by Bengal police

Strongly condemning the alleged torture of a housewife by police in West Bengal`s Birbhum district, the BJP, Congress and the CPI-M Monday slammed the Mamata Banerjee government and demanded action against the police officials.

Maoist banners, pamphlets surface in Karna village

Pro-maoist banners and graffiti asking people to fight against Kasturirangan report on Western Ghats and protect the forest ranges appeared in a village in Udupi District of Karnataka, causing a flutter.