War and the Left

The thinking of those who oppose both Russian and Ukrainian nationalism, as well as the expansion of Nato, does not show proof of political indecision or theoretical ambiguity. The position of those who propose a policy of non-alignment is the most effective way of ending the war as soon as possible and ensuring the smallest number of victims

Left protests over Anis Khan death rocks state

SFI activist Dipshita Dhar questioned how is it that police randomly enters a house without any warrant? "If it wasn't police then how dare the police remain inactive despite being informed by the family that men in police uniform murdered their son? What is chief minister Mamata Banerjee doing? She ought to remember she is the police minister."

In digital campaign, Left Front uses the telephone too

"However, in view of the prevailing Covid situation, we have asked the candidates to talk to the voters over the phone. Our campaigns on the digital platform are underway with great aplomb. One's own health and that of the others should be a priority,"

Cong, Left to field candidates in all SMC wards for polls

"Our candidates will contest in 47 wards in the elections. Most of the candidates will be nominated from the youth and student fronts of our party. We had no formal discussions with the Left Front, but according to the situation, we may come close to them to defeat the Trinamul Congress and the BJP, as there is nothing permanent in politics," said the Congress state working president and Darjeeling district Congress (Plains) president, Sankar Malakar.

Chile turns Left

“We are a generation that has emerged in public life demanding that our rights be respected as rights and not treated like consumer goods. There continues to be justice for the rich and injustice for the poor, and we no longer will permit that the poor (to) keep paying the price of Chile’s inequality”.

TMC plans to ‘loot votes’, says Left

“The Mamata government is illegally running at least 17 municipalities in the state for the last three years. This has amounted to corruption which became apparent in cases of fund defalcation in these civic bodies. Time and again the opposition parties have pointed it out to the state government asking it to take necessary action but to no avail.”

Cong dilemma over ties with Left

The leaders from West Bengal see no need to dispense with an alliance Congress /though recent bypolls have ruffled the feathers of both outfits. Things came to such a pass that Congress and CPI-M nominees contested against each other at Samsergunj in Murshidabad.

Left names candidates for bypolls

Abdur Rauf of All India Forward Block will be contesting from Dinhata assembly constituency while CPI-M’s Soumen Mahato will contest from Shantipur. CPI-M candidate Debajyoti Das will be contesting the Khardaha seat and RSP candidate Anil Chandra Mondal will be contesting from Gosaba.