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Regional parties degenerating due to family ties: CPI-M

New Delhi: Family ties are contributing to the degeneration of the ideology of regional political parties and the time has come to curb this trend, the CPI-M has said. Commenting on the political chaos in Tamil Nadu, CPI-M journal “People’s Democracy” said in an editoria, “The last two decades have seen the rise of family

Modi only believes in rhetoric: CPI-M

New Delhi: Appearing unimpressed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi vitriolic attack against Pakistan for “exporting terrorism”, the CPI-M on Saturday said the BJP-led central government lacked concrete policies to deal with the Pakistan and Kashmir issues. “The Prime Minister believes only in rhetoric, we have seen and heard him saying these things during the 2014

Start unconditional talks with all Kashmir stakeholders: CPI-M

Srinagar: CPI-M General Secretary Sitaram Yechury on Monday urged the government to start an “unconditional dialogue” with all stakeholders, including separatists, for peace in Kashmir that is battling nearly two months of the deadliest unrest in years. “The state and central governments have to take the political dialogue forward now. There will be no solution

India has become US military ally: CPI-M

New Delhi: India has formally become a military ally of the US after signing a Logistics Agreement that will allow American armed forces to access and use Indian military bases, the CPI-M said on Tuesday. “By signing such an agreement, India has acquired the formal status of a military ally of the US,” the Communist

Veterans clash at CPI-M conclave

New Delhi: A major clash between members of the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) and the “Bengal brigade” broke out at the three-day central committee meet of the party here where veterans also exchanged heated words over the party’s poll debacle in West Bengal. At the meeting, Surjyakanta Mishra, former Leader of the Opposition in