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Sitaram Yechury

The increasing impossibility of an anti-Modi coalition

PR Ramesh and Ullekh NP

Opposition unity remains elusive with Congress hurtling from crisis to crisis as old and potential allies grow more suspicious

The Indiscreet Charm of Abbas Siddiqui

Can the sinking Left expect a rainmaker in the brash cleric, its new ally?

A Bungalow for Mr Yechury?

The CPM chief may well have to bid adieu to his plans for basing himself in Lutyens’ Delhi

House Panic

Coronavirus panic in Parliament

A Report From the Haunted House of Indian Marxists

The 22nd Party Congress of  CPM was long on rhetoric and short on realism

Narendra Modi: Optimum Power

The undiminished popularity of Narendra Modi and the unmatched organisational skills of Amit Shah have made BJP India’s natural party of governance. Is India closer than ever to one-party dominance?

Beware the Boss

Pinarayi Vijayan, the strongman of the Kerala CPM, puts the Congress-friendly Sitaram Yechury in his place

Band of Beleaguered Brothers

The struggle for a united opposition to the resurgent BJP falls apart in the absence of a leader or a slogan

Red Reproach

While the CPM admonishes Sitaram Yechury for the Congress tie-up in West Bengal, sympathetic comrades worry about staring at oblivion

West Bengal: Soaring Sister and Falling Fossils

Mamata Banerjee’s victory is a major embarrassment for Yechury who jostled for CPM’s poll pact with the Congress

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