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Ritabrata Banerjee's expulsion was inevitable: Sitaram Yechury
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CPI(M) to discuss tie-up with Congress to take on BJP, saffron...

Central committee will take up discussion on the suggestions sent by various party workers Business Standard, 1 week ago
Divided over Cong, CPM to meet again Deccan Herald, 1 week ago
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Kerala high court quashes nepotism case against E P Jayarajan

The Kerala high court on Wednesday quashed the FIR registered against former industries minister and CPI(M) central committee member E P Jayarajan in a case relating to the appointment of his relative to a key post in a public sector undertaking.The court ...
 Prokerala3 weeks ago HC quashes vigilance case against EP Jayarajan  Mathrubhumi3 weeks ago Kerala HC quashes vigilance case against E.P Jayarajan  Asia Net India3 weeks ago Jacob Thomas behind nepotism case against me: E P Jayarajan  Prokerala1 month ago
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WB CPI(M) state committee recommends expulsion of Rajya Sabha MP Ritabrata Banerjee

The Communist Party of India (Marxist) Bengal Unit on Wednesday recommended expulsion of Rajya Sabha MP and youth leader Ritabrata Banerjee from the party. The final decision will be taken by the party's Central Committee. Banerjee was suspended for three ...
 DNA1 month ago Bengal CPI(M) recommends expulsion of Ritabrata Banerjee, MP says feels like being 'severed from family'  DNA1 month ago Bengal CPI-M recommends expulsion of party MP  Prokerala1 month ago
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CPI(M)'s Sitaram Yechury calls for the ban of private armies

The CPI(M) today alleged that an atmosphere of intolerance was sharply rising in the country and demanded a ban by the Centre on "private armies" such as cow protection committees and anti-Romeo squads. The Left party also demanded "lock, stock and barrel" ...
 DNA2 months ago Ban private armies: Yechury  Deccan Herald2 months ago CPI-M to mobilise people demanding central ban on cow vigilantes  Prokerala2 months ago
Business Standard

Truce in CPI(M) after Yechury camp wins current round

New Delhi, 16 OctoberAfter weeks of debate between party chief Sitaram Yechury and his predecessor Prakash Karat over their party's political tactics for the next three years, there were on Monday indications of a rapproachment within the Communist Party of ...
 Business Standard5 days ago CPI(M) sees conflict between Yechury, Karat factions  Business Standard1 month ago

CPM meet debates allying with Congress to defeat BJP

A high-level meeting of the CPI-M in New Delhi yesterday saw divergent views being expressed on whether the party should have any electoral understanding with secular forces including the Congress to take on the BJP in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.  The contentious issue of an electoral understanding with other secular parties was the focal point of discussion in the three-day meeting of the CPI-M central committee.  A top CPI-M leader told PTI that the overwhelming view in the meeting ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago CPI(M) gets into Party Congress mode, battle within rages  Deccan Herald1 month ago Battle within CPM over party congress  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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CPI-M forming common platform to fight BJP-RSS: Prakash Karat

[India], Oct. 12 (ANI): Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI-M) is building a common platform under which various political and mass organizations from all sections and secular-democratic forces at the national level will come together to fight the evil ...
 Sify1 week ago
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Expelled CPI(M) RS MP Ritabrata Banerjee likely to join Congress

Expelled CPI(M) Rajya Sabha MP Ritabrata Banerjee is likely to join Congress after Durga Puja. Congress sources say that while nothing is official at the moment, he is said to have spoken to the Congress high command a few days back and expressed his ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago CPI-M MP Ritabrata Banerjee expelled from party  Rediff.com1 month ago CPI(M) MP Ritabrata Banerjee expelled from party  Deccan Herald1 month ago BJP's 'Project Tripura' takes off: 6 expelled Trinamool MLAs join party  catchnews.com2 months ago
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Yechury, Karat camps headed for a showdown before party congress

While Yechury feels CPI-M should unite with others to fight the 'growing danger of fascistic forces', Karat camp says it should fight the BJP, but not have any leaning towards the Congress or other opposition parties. Archis Mohan reports. The Communist Party of India-Marxist is headed for a showdown between party chief Sitaram Yechury and the faction that former party chief Prakash Karat leads. The flashpoint is likely to be reached in the coming months when the party central committee ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Yechury, Karat headed for showdown over aligning with Congress  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Opposition parties upset with CPI(M) over skipping Patna rally

Divergent views on participating in opposition programmes in the CPI(M) have forced the party to skip Sundays RJD rally in Patna but this decision has not gone down well with opposition parties. Such optics will derail the fight against the Narendra Modi-led ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
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