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5-member Panel to Submit Report on VS Soon

NEW DELHI: The five-member CPM commission entrusted with the task of looking into party veteran V S Achuthanandan's acts of indiscipline will be submitting its report soon. The party's two-day Central Committee(CC) meeting that concluded here on ... New Indian Express, 3 weeks ago

Karat to continue to chair PB commission

New Delhi: It has been decided in the CPM central committee that the politburo commission, which is looking into the factional problems in the party in Kerala, including the demand to expel V.S. Achuthanandan from the post of opposition leader, will ...
 Manorama Online3 weeks ago VS's statement: PB commission might speed up measures  Manorama Online1 month ago

CPM's new state secretariat formed

The State Committee of the CPM, which witnessed dissensions that were not seen in recent history , today elected an 18-member new State Secretariat at its meeting held at the party's state headquarters at Alimuddin Street. The meeting of the state ...
 The Echo Of India1 month ago Asok in CPM, West Bengal secretariat  Times of India1 month ago Old faces remain in CPI-M's 16-member Bengal secretariat  Daijiworldcom1 month ago Buddhadeb key in shaping new CPM secretariat  Times of India1 month ago
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Old order changeth, yielding place to old

Asok Bhattacharya, who led the CPM to victory in the Siliguri Municipal Corporation, was made a permanent invitee to the state secretariat. CPM sources said permanent invitees had no say in policy-making Calcutta, May 21: Grey hair gained ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Yechury and Karat deployed to stem dissent

Yechury in Mumbai on Tuesday; (below) Karat. (PTI) Calcutta, May 19: CPM general secretary Sitaram Yechury and his predecessor Prakash Karat will come down to Calcutta on May 20 to ensure an orderly formation of the Bengal party secretariat ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago Sitaram Yechury elected CPM general secretary  Deccan Herald2 months ago CPM begins new era: Sitaram Yechury elected chief  Asian Age2 months ago

Hoodas all round effort goes in vain

Provided by Wisden Deepak Hooda's fine allround show went in vain as Baroda fell four runs short of Mumbai's total during their West Zone one-day tournament match on Sunday. A superb all-round effort from Deepak Hooda went in vain as Baroda's ...
 MSN News US2 months ago

Agarwal Mukund lead run fest

Provided by Wisden Mayank Agarwal's blazing 162 was the cornerstone of Karnataka's huge 163-run triumph over Andhra. It was a batsmen's day out on the second day of the domestic one-day tournament across zones, with sides from South Zone, ...
 MSN News US2 months ago
Hindustan Times

In Bengal, weak opposition and violence prop up Mamata's Trinamool

Out-of-grace Trinamool Congress leader Mukul Roy, the rise and sudden stagnation of the BJP, the renewed vigour— critics call it violence—and the TMC's crushing victory in the civic polls mark the politics in Bengal subsequent to the Saradha ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago

CPM general secretary race to be close

With Sitaram Yechury and S. Ramachandran Pillai being backed by the powerful West Bengal and Kerala units, the election of the new CPI(M) general secretary is set to go down to the wire at the 21st party congress at Visakhapatnam. Though the 15-member ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
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