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Lady Gaga reportedly banned from China after Dalai Lama meeting
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Lady Gaga reportedly banned from China after Dalai Lama meeting

BEIJING U.S. pop star Lady Gaga has been added to a list of hostile forces banned by China's ruling Communist Party after the singer met with the Dalai Lama and spoke about love and compassion, a report said Tuesday Britain's Guardian newspaper ... Japan Times, 9 minutes ago
As Gaga meets Lama, China orders ban on singer News24online, 2 hours ago

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Chinese Communist Party journal Qiushi's theoretical editor hung himself, reports say

BEIJING The deputy editor of the Chinese Communist Party's top theoretical journal has committed suicide, reports said, sending speculation swirling over political infighting, freedom of thought and corruption. Zhu Tiezhi, 56, a well-known ...
 Japan Times1 hour ago Deputy editor of Chinese party journal commits suicide - report  Interaksyon4 hours ago AFP - China-politics-suicide-corruption  Namibia Press Agency3 hours ago China party journal editor Zhu Tiezhi hangs himself  Malay Mail4 hours ago
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NSG row: Chinese state media calls Indians 'self-righteous', asks 'India's nationalists to behave'

Communist Party-run tabloid Global Times was highly critical of India's NSG bid, saying its status as a non-NPT country made it morally legitimate for China and other members to upset India's proposal in defense of principles.
 India Today2 hours ago India shouldn't think if US agrees, everyone will agree to NSG  Money Control3 days ago Time is ripe for peace pipeline from Iran to China via India  Rediff.com2 weeks ago India's nationalists should learn how to behave themselves: Chinese daily  Indian Express47 minutes ago

Veteran CPI-M leader expelled from party

Agartala, Jun 28 (UNI) The veteran communist leader, former deputy speaker of the state assembly and five times MLA of CPI-M Subal Rudra has been expelled from the party's primary membership for one year today. After two-days state committee ...
 United News of India2 hours ago Tripura CPM leader suspended from party over grabbing bidi workers' land  Firstpost.com3 hours ago Tripura CPI-M leader suspended for grabbing bidi workers' land  Samaylive1 hour ago CPI-M leader suspended for grabbing bidi workers' land in Agartala  New Indian Express2 hours ago


New Delhi, June 28 -- The Communist Party of India (Marxist) may have been reduced to a marginal force in national politics, but its camaraderie with communists across the world is still strong as ever. Recently, a delegation from Cuba met a CPI(M) ...
 HT Syndication7 hours ago Equo and Madrid Communist Party Denounce Attacks on Their Headquarters  Latin American Herald Tribune4 hours ago Red Democrats: Meet the communists and socialists on the Dems Platform Drafting Committee  Before It's News1 day ago In A Class Of Their Own hours ago

CPI urges L-G to take steps to form Lok Ayukta

The Communist Party of India (CPI) has urged the Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi to take necessary steps to set up a Lok Ayukta in the Union Territory. In a memorandum submitted to Ms. Bedi on Tuesday, CPI state secretary R. Viswanathan said that 18 states had ...
 The Hindu9 hours ago

Housewife electrocuted in Jessore

Govt fails to ensure people's security: CPB, SPB The Communist Party of Bangladesh and the Socialist Party of Bangladesh on Saturday said that the government had failed to... Jalalul Hai receives Order of the Rising Sun Former director of the ...
 New Age Bangladesh15 hours ago West Bengal Assembly: Muslim candidates from TMC and Congress increase, Left's share plunges by half  First Post.com1 month ago West Bengal poll verdict: 'Non  First Post.com1 month ago Kerala Assembly elections 2016: Complete list of winners  Sify1 month ago

Why is Kejriwal silent on FDI: Brinda Karat

Communist Party of India Marxist (CPI-M) leader Brinda Karat on Monday slammed Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal for his stand on Foreign Direct Investment (FDI). The CPI-M politbureau member also said that a sweeping mandate does not mean ...
 The Statesman17 hours ago Why is Kejriwal silent on FDI, asks Brinda Karat  Prokerala21 hours ago

'Censured' Marxist legislator defe..

A day after being censured by his party for defying the official stand and participating in a Congress rally, Communist Party of India- Marxist legislator Tanmoy Bhattacharya on Monday defended his move. The West Bengal CPI-M on Sunday had ...
 Samaylive21 hours ago 'Censured' Marxist legislator defends participating in Congress rally  Yahoo! India23 hours ago Censured Marxist legislator defends participating in Congress rally  Can India News22 hours ago Britain's Major Political Parties Are In Disarray After Brexit  Calcutta News.Net1 day ago

VS overlooked for CM’s post because of his advanced age: Prakash Karat

Communist Party of India (Marxist) [CPI-M] polit bureau member and former general secretary Prakash Karat has said that party veteran V S Achuthanandan was not considered for the post of Chief Minister because of the nonagenarian’s advanced age and failing ...
 Prokerala16 hours ago Karat calls for greater Left unity  The Hindu1 week ago
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