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Sitaram Yechury

A Report From the Haunted House of Indian Marxists

Ullekh NP

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

Sitaram Yechury: The Terminator

Sitaram Yechury faces his biggest test so far in deciding whether to tie up with Congress for the Bengal polls

Parliament: Reapers of Chaos

Open lists a few parliamentarians who could take a tip or two from Nehru to revive Indian Parliament as an effective instrument of democracy—and to save the country from the brink of economic and political disaster

Sitaram Yechury: The Secretary is Elsewhere

Sitaram Yechury incurs the displeasure of party leaders who want action, not talk, as the new chief goes ahead with plans to hold a plenum in November, just months ahead of crucial polls in Kerala where it is battling against heavy odds to wrest power from the Congress and in West Bengal where it is struggling to retain its second position

Raul Castro, Sitaram Yechury face a Trotskyan moment

Communists like Raul Castro and Sitaram Yechury face a Trotskyan moment today

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