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Understanding Marxist historiography: Where India is not a nation and Gandhi a mere British collaborator
Communists never participated in the freedom struggle, collaborated with the British in 1942 and gave the Adhikari Thesis for dividing India, and yet they lecture Indians on nationalism and patriotism.
'Hindutva nationalism not working anymore': Sitaram Yechury says BJP suffered major setback in Assembly elections
Communist Party of India-Marxist general secretary Sitaram Yechury on Friday stated that BJP has suffered major setback in the assembly elections.
Supreme Court allows ailing Mohammed Yousuf Tarigami to return to J&K, says CPM leader can go home if doctors allow him
The Supreme Court allowed CPI (M) leader Mohammed Yousuf Tarigami to go back to his home state Jammu and Kashmir.
Bill banning commercial surrogacy passed in Lok Sabha by voice vote, Harsh Vardhan says legislation 'need of the hour'
A bill which seeks to ban commercial surrogacy in the country was passed by Lok Sabha on Monday by a voice vote.
Centre cancels examination for appointing postmen after Tamil Nadu-based parties demand questions in regional languages
The government on Tuesday decided to cancel the examination for appointment of postmen held on 14 July to hold it in all local languages including Tamil.
Mamata Banerjee reminisces about 2016 oath-taking ceremony as West Bengal CM, thanks people for 'reposing faith'
West Bengal chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Monday remembered that her government had taken the oath of office for the second term on this day three years back, and promised to keep working for the people in the coming days
In spite of Arun Jaitley's claims, EC fails to find 'substantial transparency' in political funding via electoral bonds
Union minister Arun Jaitley first floated the idea of electoral bonds in his Budget 2017-18 speech of 1 February, 2017
The Women's Wall was suggested at a meeting called by the Kerala government, following massive protests against the Supreme Court's verdict allowing women of all ages to offer prayers at Sabarimala temple
Citizenship (Amendment) Bill: Centre may take ordinance route if it is not passed during Parliament's Winter Session
The Congress proposed that North-eastern states should be kept out of the purview of the bill
Opposition attacks BJP on 'removal' of CBI director Alok Verma, blames Centre for tarnishing image of investigating agency
In a dramatic action, the government on Wednesday divested CBI chief Alok Verma of his charge and Joint Director M Nageshwar Rao was asked to take over
Gita Gopinath, the new chief economist at IMF: A ‘neo-liberal’ who spooked Left’s old ideological guard
Gopinath joins the list of top economists India could have retained but now India's loss is IMF's gain
Shankersinh Vaghela says willing to coordinate between regional parties to create 'anti-BJP front' for 2019 Lok Sabha polls
Former Gujarat Congress leader Shankersinh Vaghela on Tuesday expressed his desire to play the role of a coordinator between regional parties to forge an "anti-BJP" front in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls.
Thousands rally in CPM-backed Mazdoor Kisan Sangharsh Rally in Delhi, demand food security, minimum wage
Thousands of protesters thronged the streets of Delhi on Wednesday to demand for a change in Centre's labour laws and better food security for the workers.
Amit Malviya attacks Kerala govt over section aligned to 'Communist-Islamist nexus' celebrating non-existent UAE aid
Amit Malviya, Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) national head of Information and Technology, on Friday attacked the Kerala government with regard to the UAE aid. He expressed his concerns over the CPI-M government — which he calls a section aligned to the "Communist-Islamist nexus"— celebrating a "non-existing" offer from UAE and ignoring Indian organisations
West Bengal panchayat polls: SC allows State Election Commission to notify results of uncontested seats
The Supreme Court also set aside Calcutta High Court order allowing the filing of nomination papers through e-mail, WhatsApp in West Bengal panchayat polls.
Rupee hits historic low of 70: Opposition mocks Narendra Modi ahead of Independence Day; re-plugs old videos on Twitter
The Opposition spared nothing while hitting out at the government for the rupee dropping to 70
Kerala government orders Dalit woman, fighting to earn livelihood as auto-rickshaw driver, to vacate land
40-year-old Chithralekha was allotted the land in Kerala by the previous government after being forced by political goons to leave her native village.
Of statue-toppling and culture wars: Not what we fight, most complete erasures are ones we embrace, surrender to
Culture, both as way of life and as artefact, is perennially in the process of being erased and created anew. The gradual erasure is not as dramatic as the deliberate pulling down of a statue, but in the long run, it is usually far more effective.
The way the film Padmavati is being pilloried and the director and the main actor threatened with beheading shows how mob rule has become one of the hallmarks of "Modi raj", the CPI-M has said.
"The voice of protest raised against Kiran Bedi should reach the Prime minister," he said addressing the dawn-to-dusk fast organised by the Confederation of Dalit outfits headed by a senior ruling Congress functionary.