'Modi is not invincible': How Opposition leaders reacted to Congress' Karnataka victory
TMC MP Mahua Moitra tweeted, ‘Thank you Karnataka. For choosing LPG over Bajrang Baliji.’ The CPI (Marxist-Leninist) Liberation's general secretary Dipankar Bhattacharya said that the victory has set the stage for the forthcoming elections
India's retail inflation declines to 18-month low of 4.7% in March
It was for the second month in a row that Consumer Price Index (CPI) based inflation remained within the RBI's comfort zone of below 6 percent
Karnataka Elections 2023: CPI extends support to Congress to 'safeguard democratic and constitutional values'
The constituencies where the CPI has fielded its candidates include Mudigere, Aland, Jewargi, Kudlagi, KGF, Sim and Madikeri
Explained: How did Arvind Kejriwal’s AAP win ‘national party’ status and Trinamool, NCP, CPI lose it?
The Election Commission of India recognised AAP as a national party and revoked the status of Trinamool, Nationalist Congress Party and the Communist Party of India. The three did not meet the criteria. What is defined as a national party in India and why is the tag coveted?
Argentina inflation shoots past 100% for first time since 1991
The monthly rise on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) clocked in at 6.6% in the second month of the year, above analyst forecasts ahead of the release. Annual inflation registered at 102.5%, with year-to-date inflation at 13.1%.
Retail inflation dips to one-year low of 5.72% in December triggered by lower food prices
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) based retail inflation was at 5.88 per cent in November 2022 and 5.66 per cent in December 2021. The CPI dropped below the Reserve Bank of India’s (RBI) upper margin of 6 per cent for the first time in the calendar year 2022
Amit Shah's call to rewrite history an attack on historical morality, attempt to distort truth: CPI
Amit Shah said that no one can stop rewriting of history to free it from "distortions" as he urged academicians to research and write about 30 great Indian empires and 300 warriors who showed exemplary valour to fight for the motherland
SC turns down PIL alleging India’s poor global ranking in corruption perception index
The PIL, which was filed in 2020, has said that India has been ranked at the 80th position among 180 countries and territories in the Corruption Perception Index (CPI) prepared by Transparency International
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The CPI(M) general secretary also pointed out the 'inconsistencies' in the Congress's ongoing Bharat Jodo Yatra and criticised the ruling Trinamool Congress's 'corruption' in West Bengal
Caught in a lie: Congress workers, not SFI activists vandalised Mahatma Gandhi's photo in Rahul Gandhi's Wayanad office
Congress had earlier alleged that it was the SFI workers who vandalised the picture in Congress MP Rahul Gandhi's office in Wayanad.
CPI MP Binoy Viswam urges railway minister to restore senior citizen concession in trains
While the decision was made in light of COVID-19, it has not been reviewed despite repeated demands of senior citizens as the country opened up once again after the pandemic, Viswam said
Congress suspects 'unholy' nexus between CPI (M) & BJP over bureaucrats visiting Gujarat
LDF government recently sent a two-member high-level official team to Gujarat this week to study a system aiding good governance introduced by the BJP-ruled state, sparking a row in Kerala.
First Dalit in CPM politburo in 64 years: Who’s ‘backward’, Left or Right?
Seven-time MP and the CPM Central Committee member from Bengal, Ramchandra Dome has been bestowed the honour of being part of the party’s highest decision-making body
Retail inflation rises to 6.95% in March, highest in 17 months
CPI-based inflation for urban India rose to 6.12 per cent in March 2022 from 5.75 per cent in the previous month
This England-based company pays bonus to help employees fight inflation, check post
James Hipkins, the managing director of Emerys Timber and Builders Merchants in England, took out £45,000 from his own pocket to help his employees cope up with their rising electricity bills
Retail inflation in February inches up to 6.07%, shows govt data
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) based retail inflation was 5.03 per cent in February 2021 and 6.01 per cent in January
Morgan Stanley cuts India's GDP growth forecast to 7.9% for FY23
India is affected through three key channels — higher prices for oil and other commodities; trade, and tighter financial conditions, influencing business/investment sentiment, it said
Russia-Ukraine conflict: Indian Left comes to Moscow's defence; here's how other political outfits reacted
The Russia-Ukraine conflict is raging and so is the blame game. While Left parties in India have condemned the invasion, pointing fingers at NATO for expanding eastward, others have maintained silence or extended their support to the Indian government
SBI tweaks recruitment rules for pregnant women candidates, faces criticism from CPI, bank staff
The State Bank of India has put in place new rules wherein a woman candidate with more than three months pregnancy will be considered 'temporarily unfit' and can join the bank within four months after delivery
Maoists blow up portion of railway tracks in Jharkhand, train services on Howrah-New Delhi route disrupted
The banned outfit had called for a 24-hour bandh in Jharkhand to protest against the arrest of its top leader Prashant Bose alias Kishan Da