Full Coverage - CPM
After its worst electoral debacle in three decades, more and more voices from CPM are openly questioning the leadership of Prakash Karat.
Thursday , 14 May '09The US has revealed its character once again through its brazen interference in internal affairs of other independent countries, said Yechury.
Wednesday , 13 May '09Leaders of non-Congress, non-BJP parties, including BSP, will meet on May 18 to discuss the possibility of forming an alternative secular govt.
Wednesday , 13 May '09Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee said CPI-M will get "reduced number" of seats this time but will play an "important role" after the polls.
Wednesday , 13 May '09The Third Front expects substantial number of seats in the Lok Sabha polls and would not play second fiddle to the Congress, said AB Bardhan.
Wednesday , 13 May '09On the face of it, the 11 seats in Kolkata and its suburbs that go to polls on Wednesday — 10 are with the Left now — are all about CPM versus Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress.
Tuesday , 12 May '09CPM leader Sitaram Yechury hit back at Pranab Mukherjee's comments saying it would take a "much shorter" time for Congress to decline to zero.
Monday , 11 May '09Left parties are trying to form a Third Front govt at the Centre and may join it if they can play a meaningful role in it, said Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee.
Sunday , 10 May '09Prakash Karat said that regional parties will play a key role in forming a Third Front government at the Centre.
Saturday , 9 May '09Biman Bose was asked whether any decision in the party that it would not go with the Congress or if there was a division on this count.
Thursday , 7 May '09Prakash Karat told reporters that he Left is looking forward to form a non-Congress secular government at the Centre.
Monday , 4 May '09Terming Left parties as old friends, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday said his party and the Left shared same opinion on many issues.
Monday , 4 May '09Despite Prakash Karat having categorically ruled out support to a Cong-led govt again, politburo member Sitaram Yechury said the party's next step would be decided only after the elections.
Saturday , 2 May '09The Congress said that even if the Third Front managed to form a government, it will not last for more than two years.
Wednesday , 29 April '09CPI(M) foresees a realignment of parties after the Lok Sabha elections in favour of the Third Front and rules out supporting Congress.
Friday , 24 April '09The Left parties will not be averse to taking Congress support from outside to a Third Front government, said Prakash Karat.
Thursday , 23 April '09Senior CPM leader Sitaram Yechury attributed the spurt in black money to decisions taken by the BJP-led government.
Thursday , 23 April '09CPM said that party politburo will take a call on the issue of Prime Minister's post after the Lok Sabha elections.
Thursday , 23 April '09Lalu Prasad said doors were open for a post-poll alliance with the Left in the event of the Congress-led UPA not being in a position to form a government.
Wednesday , 22 April '09CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat on Wednesday said that he could consider accepting the post of Prime Minister.