Category: June 2016

The May 2016 Verdict and Lessons for the Left

After suffering a series of electoral debacles all through 2015, the BJP has again made big gains in the recent round of Assembly elections. The party has come to power for the first time in Assam, thereby greatly bolstering its...

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Acche Din for Sanghi Terror-Accused?

Ever since the Modi Government came to power, the National Investigation Agency (NIA) is working systematically to protect terror-accused who are ideologically affiliated to the Sangh Parivar. Last year, Rohini Salian, Public...

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What the State Owes Mothers, Parents And Women

India worships mothers; political leaders are fond of equating the nation with Mother, and politics and popular culture both make a huge deal of ‘respect for mothers’. But in spite of this hyper-visible, in-your-face celebration...

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Political Drama in Uttarakhand

After a 54-day high voltage drama, the Harish Rawat government has been reinstated in Uttarakhand. In this phase of “firsts” that the country is witnessing, it can also be said that Harish Rawat is the first Chief Minister to...

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‘Good Times’ For Whom?

Where are the ‘good times’ that Modi promised the Indian people during his 2014 election campaign? Two years after he came to power, Liberation revisits his key promises and looks back at what two years of Modi rule...

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Campus Watch

(All over the country students are waging struggles on India’s campuses. A brief update on these ongoing struggles follows.) Court Stays JNU Punishments, Students End Hunger Strike JNU students lifted their heroic hunger strike...

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Jharkhand Bandh

Against Anti-Adivasi Amendments To Land Laws The CPI(ML) had called for a Jharkhand bandh on 14 May to protest against the domicile policy declared by the BJP government, communal frenzy, and amendments to the CNT and SPT Acts...

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Update : 5TH Jharkhand State Conference of CPI(ML)

The Jharkhand unit of the CPI (ML) held its 5th State convention in Com. Chinta Singh auditorium at Devghar (Rohith Vemula Nagar), the historic land of ‘Hul’, with a resolve to build a people’s alternative to the Modi-Raghuvar...

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