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Politburo, CPM general secretary, Prakash Karat, Sitaram Yechury

How Sitaram Yechury proved he's the ultimate survivor

The fact that the CPM general secretary put his job on the line to ensure the adoption of his draft reflects his maturity and resolve.


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Prakash Karat, Sitaram Yechury, Congress, CPI(M)

CPM party congress in Hyderabad: Can Left reclaim its lost ground?

It seems the five-day session will be wasted in discussing the issue of alliance with the Congress.


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Prakash Karat, Sitaram Yechury, Congress, CPM

Has Prakash Karat made his second biggest political blunder?

The ongoing crisis in CP(M) benefits none other than the BJP.


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Pinarayi Vijayan, Prakash Karat, Sitaram Yechury, Politburo meeting

CPM rejecting Yechury's plan to ally with Congress is another historic blunder by the party

The latest rift closely mirrors one of the questions on which the then (undivided) Communist Party of India split in 1964.


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Indian Army, Prakash Karat, Kashmir

Prakash Karat's views on Indian Army show he's living in the wrong country

The CPM leader said Army is toeing the government line. Does he know that unlike in Pakistan, the Army is a part of the government in India?


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CPI(M), Prakash Karat, Fascism

CPI(M) deserves Prakash Karat's criticism more than BJP and RSS

His shoddy analysis of Sangh arises out of the inability to unravel knots in his own party through course correction.


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Left Front, CPI(M), Sangh Parivar, Prakash Karat

If Sangh isn't fascist enough for Prakash Karat, it's his problem

Backroom parlour tricks by now mostly irrelevant CPI(M) leaders is something Indian democracy can certainly live without.


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Fascism, Secularism, Prakash Karat, Hindutva

How India can avoid being ruled by a fascist state

The insertion of the Sangh parivar activists in key positions and the simultaneous ban on secular school textbooks has raised an alarm.


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Sitaram Yechury, Prakash Karat, CPI(M)

Sitaram Yechury-led CPI(M) faces an uphill task of staying relevant

The party first needs to address its organisational weaknesses, and plan an internal revamp.