Students and youth from all over the country gathered at Delhi today to March from to Parliament Street, resolving to fight to achieve the India of Bhagat Singh and Ambedkar’s dreams. Bhagat Singh’s nephew – intellectual and activist Prof Jagmohan flagged off the March. Students and youth marched from Ambedkar Bhawan to Parliament Street, with colourful banners and placards, raising slogans of ‘Utho Mere

- Dipankar Bhattacharya

The trajectory of the rise and growth of CPI-ML in Siwan has been quite similar to the Party's development elsewhere in Bihar, most notably in Bhojpur and other adjoining districts like Patna, Jahanabad, Arwal. The revolt of the most oppressed sections of the rural poor against the feudal gentry has been the basis on which the CPIML has grown in Bihar through sustained powerful struggles on the following key and interrelated questions: land redistribution, minimum wages, social/human dignity and political rights. While in Shahabad and Magadh regions the Party emerged and grew in the 1970s and early 1980s, when CPIML worked underground and Bihar was ruled mainly by the Congress but for the brief post-Emergency period of Karpoori Thakur and Ramsundar Das, in Siwan the Party began to rise in the late 1980s and early 1990s, when CPIML expanded through

- Kavita Krishnan

The Una uprising – in the BJP’s own ‘model’ state Gujarat – organically raised the issues of dignity, land and livelihood. Dalits, rebelling against the Gau-Goons, declared they would no longer handle animal carcasses and demeaning forms of labour – and instead demanded land and livelihood. ‘Gai ki poonch tum rakho – hame hamari zameen

A public meeting held in London on the eve of


- Liberation Bureau

The Supreme Court verdict setting aside land acquisition for the Tata Nano project in

- Kailash Pandey

The women of Uttarakhand have always played a leading role in various democratic movements

CPI(ML) teams visited Badkagaon several times since the massacre and have exposed the facts.


In order to loot the land, forests and natural and


Protests were held all over Jharkhand against the police firing at Badkagaon and Gola. Effigies of the CM Raghubar Das were burnt and on 5 October, a 'Fill the Jails' protest was held with the slogan "Raghubar Das, Killer of Badkagaon and Gola, Must Resign!" Even before the Badkagaon firing, massive district-level rallies were expressing the growing outrage and anger against the Raghubar Government. On 24 September 2016, CPI(ML) held a People's Assertion Rally in Hazaribagh district. One of the key issues raised at the rally was the police repression unleashed on the villagers protesting land grab for NTPC at

(Excerpts from a statement signed by intellectuals and activists globally.

6-Member Delegation of AICCTU Participates The 17th Congress of the