Category: May 2015

On the 46th Anniversary of CPI(ML) Foundation

All for a Bigger, Stronger and More Dynamic Party Organisation Having Closer Ties with the Masses and Greater Unity with Diverse Democratic Forces 22 April, 2015 marks the forty-sixth anniversary of the foundation of the...

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Expose BJP’s Attempts to Appropriate Ambedkar

The Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a recent speech, has made a bid to recast Babasaheb Ambedkar to fit the Sangh Parivar’s agenda. The PM said that Ambedkar represented a combination of ‘Samata (equality) and Mamata (motherly...

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The AAP Purge: Lessons and Challenges

With the expulsion of Yogendra Yadav, Prashant Bhushan, Anand Kumar and Ajit Jha, the political churning within AAP has now acquired a decisive turn. The dissenters were first voted out of the Political Affairs Committee, then...

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Shankarbigha: A Foregone Verdict

January 25, 1999: On the eve of Republic Day, at about 8.30pm, an armed mob attacked Shankarbigha, an impoverished Dalit village in Bihar. They butchered 23 men, women and children. The police registered an FIR naming 24 accused...

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Rape Of Karbi Women By Indian Army

On 5th April 2015, at 2 pm, 10-12 army personnel of the 8-jat regiment entered Langkiding village of Khorsim Athoi area and raped and molested two women and two minor girls aged 13 years. It is to be noted that though these army...

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Meena Khalko’s Rape and Murder

A one-woman judicial enquiry commission has recently found that 16-year old Meena Khalkho was raped and murdered by Chhattisgarh police in 2011. The police had then claimed that she was a Maoist who had been killed in an...

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Killings of Youth in Kashmir

The Kashmir Valley is boiling again – after yet another bout of custodial killings of youth by security forces. On 13th April 2015, Army personnel claimed to have shot dead a militant in an encounter in Tral. It turned out,...

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