The Left parties on Friday stood in solidarity with the farmers who converged in Delhi to protest the Centre's new farm laws
Reconsider decision to start contempt proceedings against Prashant Bhushan, over 130 dignitaries urge SC
Bhushan was served a show cause notice on the contempt proceedings initiated against him for his 'derogatory tweets against the judiciary'
Day after Pragya Singh calls Nathuram Godse a 'patriot' in Lok Sabha, BJP removes MP from parliamentary panel on defence after Opposition outrage
The Congress took strong objection to Pragya Singh Thakur's remarks and lashed out at the 'deplorable hate politics' of the BJP
'A crime is a crime': Shashi Tharoor, Asaduddin Owaisi slam Mohan Bhagwat's comment describing lynchings as 'western construct'
Earlier in the day, Bhagwat said lynching is a 'western construct' and should not be used in the Indian context to defame the country.
'Arun Jaitley was an invaluable gem': Narendra Modi joins politicians in Delhi to pay tribute ex-FM, mourns loss of 'very close friend'
Narendra Modi on Tuesday joined leaders from several political parties in paying glowing tributes to Arun Jaitley, saying the former Union minister's life 'inspires us to work harder for the nation'.
Rahul Gandhi alleges 'brute force' being used in J&K, says Opposition leaders got taste of 'draconian' administration during Srinagar visit
A day after being denied to visit Srinagar, Congress MP Rahul Gandhi on Sunday said both opposition politicians and the press have got a taste of what he called "draconian" administration.
Article 370 scrapped: Voices of Jammu and Kashmir residents must be heard for idea of India to prevail, says Manmohan Singh
Manmohan Singh made his first remarks on the revocation of the special status of Jammu and Kashmir after paying homage to his cabinet colleague and former Congressman S Jaipal Reddy
D Raja replaces S Sudhakar Reddy as CPI general secretary, says party's fight against 'retrograde' forces will continue
Rajya Sabha MP D Raja replaced S Sudhakar Reddy as the general secretary of the CPI on Sunday and said that the party's fight against 'retrograde forces' will continue.
Monsoon Session of Parliament: D Raja criticises Narendra Modi for silence over deaths of sanitation workers in Gujarat
D Raja of the Communist Party of India (CPI) claimed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi had not uttered a word on the death of workers cleaning sewers in Gujarat.
CPI to witness change of guard next month: General secretary Sudhakar Reddy to step down on health grounds after helming party for 7 years
Reddy, who assumed charge of CPI's top post on 31 March, 2012, and was serving a third term scheduled to end in 2021, is firm on announcing his "retirement" at the national council meeting to be held in Delhi on 20 July, they said.
Lok Sabha Election results: Rahul Gandhi's decisions led to divisions within the Opposition, says CPI
Decisions taken by Rahul Gandhi led to divisions within the opposition, CPI national secretary Atul Kumar Anjaan said on Thursday and asserted that the policies of the Congress scion opened the doors for Narendra Modi's victory
Will continue fight for transparency in elections: Chandrababu Naidu after SC junks Opposition's review plea on VVPAT counting
On the EC's claim that the counting of all VVPAT slips may delay the results by five days, Naidu said, "It's just a matter of a few days. The poll panel should choose credibility and transparency over other things."
Taking on Left in Wayanad, rejecting AAP, bargaining with allies: Congress seems to be aiming for 2024, not 2019
The way Congress is foregoing its chances of striking tactical alliances in crucial states, refusing to woo the regional partners and trying to drive a hard bargain, it seems that the party is favouring slow structural revival over immediate lunge at power
CPI's D Raja says his party, CPM, JMM and Congress in talks to form alliance in Odisha; details of seat-sharing to be finalised soon
CPI National Council member Ramakrushna Panda said the party has proposed to field its candidates in 12 Assembly seats and two Lok Sabha seats.
Narendra Modi 'threat' to democracy, should be ousted, say Opposition leaders in New Delhi in a show of unity
Opposition leaders mounted a blistering attack against Prime Minister Narendra Modi and the BJP, saying the two should be "ousted" in the coming elections as they are a "threat" to democracy and constitutional values
CPI leader D Raja calls sedition charges against Kanhaiya Kumar, other JNU students politically motivated; vows to 'fight BJP Raj'
On 9 February, 2016, "anti-national" slogans were allegedly raised on the JNU campus during a programme called to protest against the death sentence handed out to Afzal Guru.
Big day for Muslim women, Narendra Modi government will pass triple talaq Bill: Union minister Vijay Goel
Leaders from various parties spoke on the issue of the proposed law that will make instant triple talaq illegal and void and attract a jail term of three years for the husband
'Administrative anarchy': Amid CBI feud, Opposition calls Modi govt 'autocratic'; Arun Jaitley dismisses Rafale link as 'rubbish'
The internal feud in the country's premier investigative agency Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) continued for the second day, as four men allegedly of the Intelligence Bureau (IB) were nabbed outside the residence of Alok Verma
Narendra Modi's statement mocking Oppn unity is like 'Mungerilal ke Haseen Sapne': Congress' Randeep Surjewala
The Congress, Left parties and others attacked the prime minister, saying he is speaking out of 'nervousness' and that it is the NDA which is crumbling.
CPI leader D Raja says Dalits, Adivasis let down by Modi govt; wants Centre to strengthen SC/ST Atrocities Act
Addressing a protest meeting against the Supreme Court's order diluting the "Prevention of SC/ST Atrocities Act", Raja questioned why the Centre had not appealed against it.