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CPM changes tack, to step up attack on Kerala
Deccan Chronicle

Prohibition will result in hooch deaths: Yechury

Kochi: Calling the UDF government's liquor policy a failure, CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury said the LDF government will form a "strong liquor policy that will focus on reducing the influence of liquor drastically". "The CPM is for a strong ... Times of India, 1 day ago
'LDF's Policy is to Reduce Influence of Liquor' New Indian Express, 1 day ago
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Deccan Chronicle

BJP, Congress together to thwart LDF, says Sitaram Yechury

KOCHI: The CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury has expressed apprehensions about a match fixing by BJP and Congress in Kerala in the form a clandestine understanding for the Assembly elections. The possibility cannot be ruled out, he said, and ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 day ago Manik Sarkar, Sitaram Yechury finalise plans for campaign  Deccan Chronicle4 days ago Yechury plea for north repeat  The Telegraph1 week ago CPM Leader Sitaram Yechury To Raise Morphed Picture Issue In Parliament  NDTV1 week ago
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Vellappally Natesan dares VS Achuthanadan to prove him corrupt

Thrissur: SNDP general secretary Vellappally Natesan has lashed out at KPCC president V M Sudheeran and CPM veteran V S Achuthanadan alleging that both leaders had betrayed the Ezhava Community in their attempt to woo the minority communities. If ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 day ago SNDP yogam head re-elected as president of Kanichukulangara devaswom  Times of India2 days ago CPM strongman VS Achuthanandan ready for another electoral battle  Firstpost.com4 days ago
Kaumudi

Yechury changes stance on liquor policy

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: CPM general secretary has changed his stance on the liquor policy, said KPCC chief V M Sudheeran. He changed his stand following pressure from CPM state leaders, he said. The CPM leaders of the state are now agents of the ...
 Kaumudi1 day ago No changes to be made in liquor policy, says Yechuri  Kaumudi3 weeks ago
Siasat Daily

Morphed pic row: Prakash Karat files complaint against Derek O'Brien

Last Updated: Sunday, April 24, 2016 - 13:50 New Delhi: Former CPM general secretary Prakash Karat on Sunday filed a complaint against Trinamool Congress (TMC) leader Derek O`Brien for showing a "morphed" picture which showed Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh ...
 Zee News1 week ago Complaint filed against VS over remarks against Chandy  Manorama Online6 days ago Morphed pic row: Karat files complaint against Derek O'Brien  Sify1 week ago Delhi confidential: Falling InLine  Yahoo! India1 week ago
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DNA India

‘CPM won’t succumb to politics of terror’

CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechury on Saturday asserted that his party would not “succumb to the politics of terror” by ruling Trinamul Congress and called upon Left workers to put up “greater resistance.” The comments from the CPI(M) general ...
 Asian Age3 days ago "CPM will not bow to politics of terror"  The Statesman1 week ago West Bengal Elections 2016: All eyes on Siliguri as it turns into an ego issue between TMC and left  DNA India3 weeks ago Ghost voters of Bengal  The Friday Times3 days ago
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Indian Express

Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee: General in red labyrinth

KOLKATA: Even as CPM-Congress combine looks more and more bullish on the Bengal election scenario, one comrade -- the chief architect behind this move has remained largely behind the curtains so far. Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee. He seems to have taken a ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago West Bengal elections: On stage today, Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee with RahulGandhi  Yahoo! India5 days ago West Bengal: On stage today, Buddhadeb, Rahul Gandhi and a show of Left-Congress bonhomie  Indian Express5 days ago Bengal snapshot  Yahoo! India3 days ago
NDTV

'Poll-Related Violence Result of TMC Trying to Cling on to Power'

CPM's General Secretary Sitaram Yechury attacked the Trinamool Congress over poll-related violence. He said that violence is a result of TMC trying to cling on to power. "Mamata Banerjee's years as Chief Minister are signified by terror and ...
 IBNLive1 week ago Day after poll, two CPM cadres killed in Burdwan  The Echo Of India1 week ago Post-poll violence claims 2 lives in WB; CPM, Cong attack TMC  Times of India1 week ago Congress worker attacked  Kaumudi2 weeks ago

TPCC against Congress tie-up with CPM in WB

AGARTALA, Feb 6 - In a major political twist, Tripura Pradesh Congress president Birajit Sinha has urged AICC general secretary, CP Joshi not to have any electoral tie up with the CPI(M) in West Bengal for the coming Assembly elections.Sinha, who is in Delhi ...
 The Assam Tribune2 months ago 'Schism' in CPM: Ramesh, Sudheeran up the Ante  New Indian Express1 week ago Congress growing isolation  The Echo Of India2 days ago
The Telegraph

CPM-Congress Ties Have Confused Cadre

CPM General Secretary Sitaram Yechury has not conclusively ruled out the possibility of the party forming a government with the support of the Congress in West Bengal. On Sunday, a photograph of the Marxist leader sharing a platform with Congress ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago CPM slams govt for denying Yechury meet at Mhow  Times of India2 weeks ago Arjun Singh was upset CPM for not making Jyoti Basu PM: Yechury  The Echo Of India3 weeks ago Yechury pledge to probe TMC 'scams'  The Telegraph3 weeks ago
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