Left parties

It's back to school for CPM in Kerala after poll drubbing

Two weeks after one of their biggest electoral defeats, the Left is back to the salt mines in Kerala to recapture lost ground. 

published on : 12th June 2019

'Reunite Left parties': Sudhakar Reddy urges CPM, decides to step down as CPI chief

Party national secretary D Raja, All India Trade Union Congress general secretary Amarjeet Kaur and Kerala secretary Kanam Rajendran are seen to be front-runners to succeed Reddy.

published on : 4th June 2019

Left set to play waiting game, to take call on joining opposition front post-May 23

In West Bengal, a state ruled by the Left Front for 34 years, a majority of the exit polls have given no seats to it, which could mean the worst ever performance of the front in the state.

published on : 20th May 2019

LS polls 2019: Is the Left as irrelevant as the Congress in Kerala wants us to believe?

The question posed by the Congress is straightforward - if the LDF is to join hands with the Congress at the Centre, why waste a vote on them when people can directly back UDF candidates

published on : 4th April 2019

Rahul's Wayanad entry adds to Left’s unease

Already staring at a situation where it might end up with its lowest tally ever in a general election, the CPM was banking on Kerala to prop the party up in the next Lok Sabha.

published on : 3rd April 2019

Battle of existence for Left in Lok Sabha polls

The Left has been worried over eroding voter base across the country and that made the CPI (M) leadership to tweak party line to look for alliances in states.

published on : 31st March 2019

Four Left parties to contest together in Jharkhand

The leaders of the Communist Party of India (CPI), Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M), Marxist Coordination Committee and Communist Party of India-Marxist Leninist decided to go for an alliance.

published on : 15th March 2019

Lok Sabha polls 2019: CPIM fields sitting MPs in both Tripura constituencies

Announcing the names, Left Front Convener Bijan Dhar said the Left parties would not ally with the Congress in the state.

published on : 13th March 2019

Next govt at Centre will be formed with Left support, says Kerala minister

E Chandrasekharan said the Left parties would offer an alternative to the neo-liberal economic policies and ensure a secular humane politics in the country.

published on : 13th March 2019

BJP defeat due to people's anger against Modi government's policies: Sitaram Yechury

Yechury said the BJP-led central government needed to be defeated in the 2019 general election and an alternative secular government established in order to save the country.

published on : 13th December 2018

Sushil Kumar Modi terms CPI rally as a flop, targets Tejashwi Yadav over absence

The Left parties have lost the people's trust on account of their unflinching support to the 15-year-long Lalu-Rabri rule in Bihar, the Bihar Deputy Chief Minister tweeted.

published on : 26th October 2018

Rohingya issue: Left leaders of South Asia seek UN intervention

The South Asian Regional Conference of Communist and Left parties has expressed its serious concern over the grave humanitarian crisis arising out of Rohingya’s persecution in Rakhine state of Myanmar

published on : 25th September 2017