Topic: Communist Party of India (Marxist)

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  • In Pictures Obama's Asia trip

    President Barack Obama speaks at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta on Nov. 10. President Obama was given an enthusiastic welcome at one of Indonesia's largest universities, where he charmed the audience with local lingo and a message of reform.

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  • What's next for India's Communist Party?

    What's next for India's Communist Party?

    The distrust of the Communist Party, once a powerhouse in parts of India, could signal a major change in Indian politics. Here's what its leaders plan to do to keep their old mission alive.

  • In Pictures Obama's Asia trip

    President Barack Obama speaks at the University of Indonesia in Jakarta on Nov. 10. President Obama was given an enthusiastic welcome at one of Indonesia's largest universities, where he charmed the audience with local lingo and a message of reform.

  • In India, a mandate and a test

    In India, a mandate and a test

    Repeat win by United Progressive Alliance shows faith in party on economy and security.

  • Nepal's Maoists storm parliament, slide into opposition role

    Nepal's Maoists storm parliament, slide into opposition role

    Political consensus on key issues surrounding the country's peace process will now be even more difficult as the Maoists gear up to become the main opposition party, analysts say.

  • Why India's ruling party triumphed

    Why India's ruling party triumphed

    Despite economic downturn, voters gave the Congress Party a surprisingly strong mandate.