AISA organised a seminar on 5 December to commemorate the 60th death anniversary of Dr. Ambedkar in Allahabad University. However, before the seminar could be held, there were several attempts by the ABVP led union to obstruct the seminar. Despite having the permission to hold it in the Student Union office, the student union President took the keys of the venue from the staff and

A silent revolution in the realm of philosophy and politics took place in 1845 when the young Karl Heinrich Marx concluded his Thesis on Feuerbach with the assertion "The philosophers have only interpreted the world, in various ways; the point, however, is to change it." The most advanced class, the modern proletariat, set the ball rolling in real life from Paris. The first proletarian state came up there in 1871. That was, of course, a violent revolution which went down in blood in a little over two months. But, as Marx commented, "a new point of departure of worldwide importance has been gained." From that point, the next series of offensives were made in Russia – a country with very acute social, political, national and other contradictions and a rich revolutionary heritage -- in quick succession: the 'failed' revolution of

- Dipankar Bhattacharya

In Gujarat, Narendra Modi had consolidated his rule first by giving a free hand to the Sangh brigade to carry out the infamous Gujarat genocide and then by manipulating the state machinery to engineer a string of extra-judicial killings. And to legitimize this total subversion of the tenets of rule of law he used to

CPI(ML) dips its flag in respectful homage to Fidel Castro


“… Naxalbari is alive and will remain alive because this is built on the

The 7th AIPWA National Conference was held in Patna on 13-14 November 2016, at

Demonetization: Claims and Facts Many tall claims have been made about the dramatic and


- Parnal Chirmuley

An obituary often mourns and bids adieu. This one will


Against the misleading propaganda being launched by the government on the dangerous demonetization and to protest the same, the CPI(ML) in Bihar has launched a ‘Pol-Khol, Hallabol’ (exposure) campaign from 2 December. The campaign began in Patna through a Jan Sunwai (people's hearing), held jointly with other organizations at the Gate Public Library, Gardanibagh. The Jan Sunwai was aimed at providing a platform to those affected by demonetization including daily wage labourers, construction workers, small shopkeepers, ASHA workers, midday meal workers and others, to present their concerns and expose the misleading campaign of the government. The Jan Sunwai was joined

Comrade Ganeshan (PV Srinivas), passed away at 2.30 am on

The NHPC Contract Workers Union affiliated to AICCTU in Dharchula