No takers for CPM-Congress alliance in Tripura
Tripura is no longer a party society where the ruling party used to control every sphere of peoples’ lives and determined reward and punishment according to their political affiliations
Why growing discontent among youth will be the biggest electoral challenge for Mamata Banerjee in Bengal
The rising unemployment, corruption cases in the government and police atrocities against the common people have disillusioned the Bengal youth as the Mamata Banerjee government battles anti-incumbency
GhoseSpot | Desperately seeking an economic renaissance, Bengal awaits Godot
Once one of the most developed and prosperous states, the rest of India has left it far behind. West Bengal must rise again
How remission of sentences has enabled political murders in Kerala
Now that the issue of remitting sentences is in the news, perhaps we can finally talk about how the communists in Kerala have turned it into a method
Bengal, Tripura, Meghalaya: How Mamata Banerjee's TMC is facing internal rifts and revolt amid corruption row
There is a growing sense of distrust within the supporters and the leaders of the TMC across Bengal and also in the states like Tripura and Meghalaya
Kerala minister Saji Cheriyan resigns from state cabinet amid outrage over Indian Constitution remarks
Reports stated that Saji Cheriyan decided to step down on direction by the CPM leadership. His resignation was announced at the end of a cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan
From slumber to coma: Is it Bengal's death that Mamata Banerjee is wishing to achieve?
Last week, senior bureaucrats came calling on the Prime Minister to warn of a fate like Sri Lanka for certain states bent on distributing freebies they cannot afford. And the list included Mamata Banerjee’s West Bengal
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
Inside the mind of Rahul Gandhi: How his utopian politics is acting as best insurance policy for ruling BJP
Rahul Gandhi’s economic and political thinking seems deeply influenced by the Left-of-centre, often colouring his political judgement and putting party leaders at odds with him
Buddhadeb Bhattacharya’s refusal to accept Padma award is symptomatic of a toxic West Bengal
The communist leader’s rude refusal to accept the Padma Bhushan the nation bestowed on him is typical of the West Bengal political class
How delimitation in Jammu and Kashmir is an opportunity to pave the way for equitable future
The increase in seats for the Jammu region is a welcome step but history tells us that hegemony of Kashmir over Jammu may persist till the time Jammu is not politically on par with Kashmir
West Bengal Civic Polls: Elections to four municipal corporations on 22 January
The state election commission has left out Howrah Municipal Corporation, amid the ongoing row between the Mamata Banerjee government and Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar over a bill seeking its bifurcation
TMC registers landslide win in Kolkata civic polls, clinches 72% of votes; Left finishes second
Mamata Banerjee's party won 132 seats and was all set to pocket two more to post a hat-trick of wins, decimating a frail challenge from the Opposition BJP, the Left Front and the Congress
KMC Polls 2021: 63.63% turnout amid sporadic violence; BJP accuses TMC of 'foul play'
Abhishek Banerjee said that if any ruling party leader was found to be involved in violence during the polls, strict action will be taken 'within 24 hours'
Kolkata civic polls: TMC seeks to hold ground; BJP faces challenge to snatch second position from CPM
The civic poll, delayed due to the pandemic, will be an opportunity for the Trinamool Congress to effect a much-needed image makeover after the 2018 panchayat election considering that it is trying to expand nationally
'Marshals severely manhandled, choked,' Rajya Sabha interim report on Opposition's 'unruly' conduct
The two-page report comes after opposition MPs and marshals clashed with each other while the General Insurance Bill was being taken up in the Upper House.
Pegasus row: Rajya Sabha MP moves SC seeking court-monitored probe into snooping allegations
The petition filed by CPM MP from Kerala John Brittas said that the the government has neither accepted nor denied whether the spyware was bought and used by its agencies
Opposition objects to Narendra Modi's proposed joint address on COVID-19 to all MPs at Parliament annexe
Leaders, including from the TMC and the CPM, also said that when the pandemic and issues related to it can be discussed on the floor of the House, what was the need to go 'outside'
Former West Bengal CM Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee’s condition improves following COVID-19 treatment
The 77-year-old CPM leader was given a loading dose of Remdesivir and is also on anticoagulant medication and other supportive measures
Dropping KK Shailaja from new Cabinet 'political and organisational decision', says CPM
The party’s acting secretary A Vijayaraghavan said the leadership had already explained the decision and it won't be reconsidered