Sabarimala temple protests: CPI accuses BJP, RSS and Congress of indulging in 'double talk', playing 'dirty politics' over issue
CPI said both the BJP and the Congress were unnecessarily politicising the Sabarimala temple issue and exploiting the religious sentiments of the people.
CPI said the incident took place when Kanhaiya Kumar was returning after a political campaign
Asserting that TDP had ushered in welfare and development, benefiting the poor, Telangana unit president L Ramana said it has found a place in the hearts of the poor in the state as a party that belongs to them.
AIIMS Patna files FIR against Kanhaiya Kumar, several others over alleged misconduct with hospital staff
According to doctors, Kanhaiya along with his dozens of supporters, visited the hospital in Patna on Sunday night to meet an AISF leader Sushil Kumar, undergoing treatment there.
The CPI invited former prime minister Manmohan Singh to deliver the AB Bardhan Memorial Lecture in New Delhi on Tuesday.
Rahul Gandhi forms Congress' three-member screening committee for Telangana polls; Bhakta Charan Das named chairperson
Though the election for the Telangana assembly would have been held in June 2019, Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao decided to go for early polls and dissolved the state assembly earlier in August, necessitating the constitution of a new government
Opposition parties will enter a pre-poll alliance to take on TRS in Telangana, says CPI leader Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy
Veteran Communist leader Suravaram Sudhakar Reddy said that Opposition parties will enter a pre-poll alliance to challenge Telangana Rashtra Samiti.
Mamata Banerjee says West Bengal govt providing food security to almost 90 percent of state under Khadya Sathi scheme
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee took to Twitter to remember the martyrs of the 1959 Khadya Andolan. She also said that special assistance was also being given to the people of once 'Maoist'-hit Jangalmahal, hill areas, cyclone 'Aila' affected regions, and Singur in Hooghly district.
Bhima Koregaon raids: Prakash Karat can only raise voice but won't practise democracy, says Subramanian Swamy
On Tuesday, raids were carried out in Mumbai, Ranchi, Hyderabad, Faridabad, Delhi, and Thane as part of the probe into the violence at Maharashtra's Bhima Koregaon village
Kerala, After The Flood: State minister K Raju apologises for his Germany trip during deluge, says trip was ill-timed and wrong
Kerala forest minister K Raju on Thursday issued an apology for taking a trip to Germany while the state reeled under heavy floods.
15th Finance Commission: Kerala won't accept decisions that undermine state's fiscal domain, says Thomas Isaac
We are not against the finance commission. All we are demanding is that it be allowed to perform its constitutional duty, says Thomas Isaac
CPI(Maoist) leader surrenders before Jharkhand Police, CRPF; militant wanted for various cases including murder
A Communist Party of India (Maoist) surrendered on Wednesday to the Jharkhand Police and CRPF. He claimed that he was tired of the Naxal activities.
Viswam, a minister in the previous LDF government in Kerala, started his political carrier as a student leader and worked as general secretary of the AISF, the student wing of the CPI.
Kerala by-election: After BJP failed to cross magic mark in Karnataka, it may have to struggle to win in Chengannur
When Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) crossed the half-way mark during in counting of votes in Karnataka in the morning on 15 May, ripples of the looming victory were felt more in Kerala.
'Walmart Go Back': RSS' economic wing protests against US retail giant; wants Flipkart deal to be scrapped
A day after Walmart struck a deal with Flipkart, a right-wing Hindu group that fears small traders will suffer staged a protest in New Delhi
Walmart Flipkart deal: CPM isn't amused, says Narendra Modi govt facilitating entry of foreign capital via backdoor
CPM said that the $16-billion acquisition of Flipkart by Walmart facilitates "backdoor entry" of foreign capital to take over India's retail trade sector
Ahead of the crucial by-election in Kerala's Chengannur, the NDA's second biggest constituent, the Bharat Dharma Jana Sena (BDJS) on Sunday decided to continue its "non-cooperation" with the BJP as their demands are yet to be met, said its top leader.
Kanhaiya Kumar joins CPI's national council, Sudhakara Reddy unanimously re-elected as party's general secretary
S Sudhakara Reddy was unanimously re-elected the general secretary of the Communist Party of India (CPI) for a third time in a row while former JNU student leader Kanhaiya Kumar found a place in the national council
A protest march by 30,000 farmers against the failure of the BJP-led government to address agrarian distress entered Mumbai on Saturday
After Lenin statues razed in Tripura, now Periyar bust vandalised in Tamil Nadu's Vellore district: BJP, CPI worker arrested
Two people were arrested in Tamil Nadu's Vellore for vandalising a statue of iconic Dravidian leader Periyar, according to several media reports.