Bengal politicians slam Rhea Chakraborty's arrest, accuse BJP of using her to score brownie points in Bihar polls
The TMC claimed the Rhea Chakraborty episode has once again brought into the open the BJP's 'inherent dislike' for Bengalis
The move was announced a day after Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan demanded withdrawal of the Union cabinet decision to lease out Thiruvananthapuram airport to the Adani group
Amid coronovirus outbreak, CPM urges Narendra Modi to defer Census, abandon enumeration of NPR in address to nation
CPM's Politburo has demanded that Prime Minister Narendra Modi announce deferment of census operations and abandonment of the NPR in the wake coronavirus outbreak
Rajya Sabha polls: Sharad Pawar, Ramdas Athawale and several others win unopposed; Rajasthan set for tough fight for 3 seats
Several candidates for Rajya Sabha, including NCP chief Sharad Pawar, Union minister of state for social justice Ramdas Athawale, and deputy chairman of Rajya Sabha Harivansh won unopposed on Wednesday with no nominations filed against them
Maoists adopt new propaganda strategy, amp up rhetoric on CAA, NRC, NPR to drive new offensive against State
In a major shift in their outreach strategy, the Maoists in Chhattisgarh have decided to tap into burning national controversies such as Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA), National Register of Citizens (NRC) and National Population Register (NPR), and treatment of minorities in general, as a new offensive to fight against the State.
CPM says Ajit Doval's 'jo hua so hua' remark is shocking, demands SC-monitored probe into Delhi violence
CPIM asked the Centre to commission a judicial probe by a Supreme Court judge
CPM-Congress ties face litmus test in Rajya Sabha polls as alliance partners must decide on joint candidate for fifth seat from West Bengal
Congress and alliance partner CPI(M) face litmust test of their ties in the 26 March Rajya Sabha election as a joint candidate of either the CPM-Congress or the TMC-Congress will have to win the fifth seat from West Bengal
Piyush Goyal accuses Mamata Banerjee-led West Bengal government of depriving people of Central scheme benefits
'We want to give more projects to West Bengal, but the state is not allowing those', said Piyush Goyal
Hope Kerala govt will support motion seeking Governor Arif Mohammed Khan's recall over CAA stand, says Congress' Ramesh Chennithala
The notice seeking permission to move the resolution in the upcoming budget session was given to uphold the dignity of the state Assembly and its members, he said
No state can deny implementation of CAA, doing so would be unconstitutional, says Congress leader Kapil Sibal
There is no way a state can deny the implementation of the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) when it is already passed by the Parliament, said Congress leader Kapil Sibal on Saturday
Trade unions protest against Narendra Modi's announcement to rename Kolkata Port Trust, says move will hurt history of organisation
The name-change will hurt 'the history of the organisation', CITU-backed Calcutta Port and Shore Mazdoor Union general secretary Prabir Sarkar said
After Kerala, Punjab becomes second state to pass resolution against Citizenship Amendment Act in state Assembly; says CAA is opposed to fair democracy
The resolution passed by the Punjab government further said that the CAA is aimed at distinguishing between illegal migrants on the basis of religion, which is not permissible under the Constitution that guarantees the right to equality and equal protection of the laws to all persons.
Walayar rape and murder: Kerala Police ignored crucial eyewitness accounts in FIR, claim parents; ask if accused acquitted due to CPM affiliation
Kerala: The father said that the most important details were not on record. 'The children didn't commit suicide. There was no reason for them to commit suicide, when this happened my elder daughter was getting ready to take a bath and had kept her clothes in the bathroom. She had washed her siblings' clothes too. This is when the murder happened. Younger daughter informed the police that she had seen two people leaving the house, but still these details were not taken on record. This is why she was also killed. Even if she put two three chairs, she can't reach the ceiling. She is a short girl. It is difficult even for me to reach the ceiling from the cot,' he said.
Mamata Banerjee meeting Narendra Modi during his Kolkata visit 'desperate attempt' to split anti-TMC votes in West Bengal, says BJP
State BJP's views come after Banerjee met Modi and they shared the dais at a state government event
Rivalries shouldn't come in way of defending Constitution, says Sitaram Yechury after Mamata Banerjee boycotts Opposition meeting on CAA
'The defence of India's secular democracy in the face of sinister attacks by RSS/BJP is the task of every patriot. No differences or rivalries at local and state levels should come in the way to defend our Constitution. We, in Kerala, have shown how this struggle should be conducted', Sitaram Yechury
DMK takes out anti-CAA rally in Chennai, warns of more protests till Centre withdraws 'draconian' citizenship law
DMK president MK Stalin led the peaceful rally and leaders of alliance parties, including senior Congress leader P Chidambaram
Anti-CAA protests: Ashok Gehlot leads 'Samvidhan Bachao rally' in Jaipur, says amended law seeks to divide people in name of religion
Members of different political parties including CPI, CPI(M), AAP, SP, RLD and JD(S), large number of people from minority communities, civil society, intellectuals and youths, participated in 'silent march'
Sitaram Yechury says situation in Delhi during Thursday's CAA protests worse than Emergency, slams govt for detention of demonstrators
The situation in Delhi on Thursday was worse than that during the Emergency with internet shut, metro stations closed and the police detaining hundreds of students, activists and opposition leaders protesting against CAA, said Sitaram Yechury
3 TMC turncoat MLAs have expressed wish to return, say sources; party leadership says they can't be taken back, asserts 'traitors can't be trusted'
Trinamool Congress leadership claimed that none of the turncoats would be taken back to the party as 'traitors' cannot be trusted
CPM MPs stage protest in Parliament over privatisation of PSUs; Cabinet had approved sale of its stake in four public sector enterprises
The lawmakers stood near the statue with placards in their hands which read 'save PSUs'