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.

Left meeting Mamata an excuse to protect political future: BJP

The BJP in West Bengal today alleged that the meeting between Left Front chairman Biman Bose and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee was an excuse to protect their political future from the BJP.

Left delegation meets Mamata Banerjee, urges to halt post-poll violence

A delegation of Left parties on Monday met West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee and sought her intervention to halt post-poll violence and alleged attacks on Left workers across the state.

Top brass of Left parties to meet separately on Sunday

Top CPI(M) and CPI leaders would hold separate meetings here on Sunday to assess the outcome of the Lok Sabha election results and finalise their strategy in the emerging political scenario.

Left parties to protest alleged poll malpractices in WB

Four Left parties would Wednesday organise nationwide protests against the "assault on democracy" in West Bengal.

BJP, TMC engaged in `shadow war of words`: Left parties

BJP and Trinamool Congress are engaged in a "shadow war of words" to divide the people on religious lines, with the former trying to woo the ruling party in West Bengal to seek its support post-elections, Left parties said Tuesday.

No scope for `blackmail` by Congress, BJP: Yechury

Regional and Left parties are working for a majority on their own in the next Lok Sabha, sans support from Congress or BJP, senior CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury said Monday.

Left parties to help provide alternative government, says CPM

CPI(M) leader Sitaram Yechury said that the left parties can help to provide an alternative non-Congress and non-BJP government at the Centre.

Non-BJP, non-Cong third front only alternative: Buddhadeb

Calling upon people to vote for Left parties, former West Bengal Chief Minister Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee today said the third front comprising non-BJP, non-Congress political forces is the only alternative to lead the nation in the right direction.

`Need to ensure adequate representation of Left at govt in Centre`

Prakash Karat emphasised the need to ensure adequate representation of Left parties at a government at the Centre to bring in alternative people-friendly policies.

Congress sinking ship, Left will face further rejection: Mamata

The Congress-led UPA government was a sinking ship and would not return to power while the Left would face further rejection by the people, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee said on Monday.

JD(U)`s Third Front has no future, says Tariq

NCP leader and Union Minister Tariq Anwar on Saturday trashed the third front being propped by JD(U), Left parties and others saying that "it has no no future".

AIADMK begins seat-sharing talks with Left parties

The ruling AIADMK party in Tamil Nadu on Wednesday began talks on seat-sharing with the two communist parties for the upcoming general elections, the party said.

General Elections: Left hints at emergence of an alternative combo

Dismissing the formation of a Third Front, CPI(M) General Secretary Prakash Karat said here on Saturday that about 10 non-Congress, non-BJP parties are willing to come together for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections to provide a viable alternative.

Audit private firms utilizing public resources: Left

Four Left parties on Wednesday demanded audit of private companies that utilize public resources to deliver basic services.

`Political space open for Left, other parties in LS polls`

Communist leader AB Bardhan ruled out Congress or BJP coming to power in Lok Sabha polls and said the political space was open for regional parties and the Left to make a bid to form government.