Full Coverage - CPM
After its worst electoral debacle in three decades, more and more voices from CPM are openly questioning the leadership of Prakash Karat.
Thursday , 14 May '09The US has revealed its character once again through its brazen interference in internal affairs of other independent countries, said Yechury.
Wednesday , 13 May '09Leaders of non-Congress, non-BJP parties, including BSP, will meet on May 18 to discuss the possibility of forming an alternative secular govt.
Wednesday , 13 May '09Lok Sabha Speaker Somnath Chatterjee said CPI-M will get "reduced number" of seats this time but will play an "important role" after the polls.
Wednesday , 13 May '09The Third Front expects substantial number of seats in the Lok Sabha polls and would not play second fiddle to the Congress, said AB Bardhan.
Wednesday , 13 May '09On the face of it, the 11 seats in Kolkata and its suburbs that go to polls on Wednesday 10 are with the Left now are all about CPM versus Mamata Banerjee''s Trinamool Congress.
Tuesday , 12 May '09CPM leader Sitaram Yechury hit back at Pranab Mukherjee's comments saying it would take a "much shorter" time for Congress to decline to zero.
Monday , 11 May '09Left parties are trying to form a Third Front govt at the Centre and may join it if they can play a meaningful role in it, said Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee.
Sunday , 10 May '09Prakash Karat said that regional parties will play a key role in forming a Third Front government at the Centre.
Saturday , 9 May '09Biman Bose was asked whether any decision in the party that it would not go with the Congress or if there was a division on this count.
Thursday , 7 May '09Prakash Karat told reporters that he Left is looking forward to form a non-Congress secular government at the Centre.
Monday , 4 May '09Terming Left parties as old friends, Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar on Monday said his party and the Left shared same opinion on many issues.
Monday , 4 May '09Despite Prakash Karat having categorically ruled out support to a Cong-led govt again, politburo member Sitaram Yechury said the party's next step would be decided only after the elections.
Saturday , 2 May '09The Congress said that even if the Third Front managed to form a government, it will not last for more than two years.
Wednesday , 29 April '09CPI(M) foresees a realignment of parties after the Lok Sabha elections in favour of the Third Front and rules out supporting Congress.
Friday , 24 April '09The Left parties will not be averse to taking Congress support from outside to a Third Front government, said Prakash Karat.
Thursday , 23 April '09Senior CPM leader Sitaram Yechury attributed the spurt in black money to decisions taken by the BJP-led government.
Thursday , 23 April '09CPM said that party politburo will take a call on the issue of Prime Minister's post after the Lok Sabha elections.
Thursday , 23 April '09Lalu Prasad said doors were open for a post-poll alliance with the Left in the event of the Congress-led UPA not being in a position to form a government.
Wednesday , 22 April '09CPI(M) general secretary Prakash Karat on Wednesday said that he could consider accepting the post of Prime Minister.
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