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Assam prevail over Tripura

Sports reporter GUWAHATI, April 3 Riding on encouraging performances by Sib Sankar Roy and Abu Nechim Ahmed, Assam registered their second consecutive victories in the East Zone Syed Mustaq Ali T20 Cricket tournament. At the Jadavpur University ... Assam Tribune, 1 week ago

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Taaza.com

Bengal beat Jharkhand, Assam register 2nd win

Home> News > west-bengal-news Kolkata, Apr 3 : Manoj Tiwary's unbeaten 67 and blistering 37-ball 54 from Wriddiman Saha powered Bengal to beat Jharkhand by 8 wickets and Assam registered its second consecutive victory defeating Tripura by 11 runs ...
 NewKerala.com1 week ago Left to Forget Past, Target Mamata  New Indian Express3 weeks ago Bengal politicos take poll battle to the virtual world  Daijiworldcom1 month ago
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Indian Express

Lakshman Seth embarrasses CPM again, heaps praise on Mamata

Seth had last month sent a letter to the party leadership expressing his desire to quit from all posts and the party itself. (Express Archive) Summary The CPM leadership hit back at Seth saying he has forgotten the steps taken by the Left to ...
 Indian Express3 weeks ago CPI(M) leader embarrass party leadership, praises Mamata  Business Standard India3 weeks ago CPI(M) Leader Embarrasses Party, Praises Mamata  Outlook India3 weeks ago
Samaylive

Lok sabha Polls:Politicians preferring Social media campaign to swing votes

With the growing power of social media, politicians are now increasingly interacting with the youth through Facebook and Twitter in a big way for campaigning in Lok Sabha polls but Election Commission (EC) has issued detailed guidelines for ...
 Samaylive3 weeks ago Politicians go online, adopt social media ahead of Lok Sabha polls  Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Politicians go online on social media to woo young urban voters  Hindu Business Line3 weeks ago Impact of Social Media Making Politicians Go Online  Outlook India3 weeks ago
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Calcutta Telegraph

Times change, so does Biman

Calcutta, March 18: A 73-year-old technophobe guided by a tech-savvy comrade 40 years his junior today launched the Bengal CPM's Facebook page and Twitter account at Alimuddin Street. Biman Bose, whose party was once at the forefront of the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Is Ruia getting closer to Modi?

I am not a CPI(M) or a TMC man," Ruia Group Chairman Pawan Ruia had said, dismissing the perception" about him as a CPI(M) sympathiser. But, like most industrialists whose only affiliation is to the administration, Ruia has sported both the tags at ...
 Smart Investor4 weeks ago
The Week

Wide of their Marx

Somnath Chatterjee is no longer a member of the Communist Party of India (Marxist). Nonetheless, the former Lok Sabha Speaker, who was expelled in 2008 for refusing to toe the party line, is concerned about the flagging fortunes of his old party. He ...
 The Week1 month ago
Sri Lanka Island

Under siege

Sri Lanka in Geneva, March 2014 March 11, 2014, 9:06 pm By Dr Dayan Jayatilleka Political correctness or the fear of it makes Sri Lankan commentators on the draft resolution on Sri Lanka as well as the calls for an international inquiry at ...
 Sri Lanka Island1 month ago
The Week

My party would be a real alternative to Trinamool

As member of the CPI(M) state committee in West Bengal, Abdur Rezzak Mollah led a vocal campaign against Polit Bureau members Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee and Nirupam Sen. The party expelled him last month. Mollah talked to THE WEEK about his political ...
 The Week1 month ago CPM expels rebel Rezzak  Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago CPM finally expels Rezzak Mollah  Times of India1 month ago CPM expels staunch critic Abdur Rezzak  Qatar Peninsula1 month ago
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Rediff.com

'The CPI-M will have a very feeble presence post elections'

'Communist leaders have become babus, they wear branded clothes and costly shoes, wear perfume to mask their body odour.' '... Why can't they get rid of their ego and arrogance for the party's benefit?' 'Politburo members have no links with the soil, they have no understanding of the people and the grassroots.' 'After the Lok Sabha election this year, the Left will cease to have any political identity.' A Marxist bares his anguish over the state of affairs of the CPI-M in this lively interview ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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