Samajik Parivartan Yatra and Conference in Bihar The CPI(ML) held a Samajik Parivartan Yatra (March for Social Change) all over Bihar to strengthen the unity and continuity between Bihar’s long struggles for social transformation and the Una uprising in Gujarat, as well as the many progressive and revolutionary movements for social
Scholar And Activist Sharit Bhowmick Abhijit Mazumdar Sharit Bhowmick was the first scholar to write on the trade union structures and mobility in Bengal tea gardens, and to expose the plight of tea workers in these colonial labour enclaves from both political and sociological point of view. He ought to be remembered
The octogenarian leader of CPI(ML), Comrade Mulkraj passed away at a hospital in Rohini Sector 6 in Delhi on 27 August 2016. He was 89 years old. His death marks the end of an era. The funeral procession began at his residence in Mangolpuri and ended at the Buddha Vihar
The CPI(ML) Central Committee is deeply shocked and grieved at the untimely demise of CPI(ML) Politburo member Comrade Swapan Mukherjee. He suffered an unexpected heart attack and passed away suddenly around 4.15 am on 6 September 2016 at a comrade's home in Chandigarh, where he had gone for a meeting.
A Response to Shaibal Gupta In an opinion piece (‘The unimportance of Shahabuddin,’ Indian Express, 21 September 2016) Shaibal Gupta, known to be an advisor to and intellectual defender of Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar, has argued that irrespective of whether or not Shahabuddin stays behind bars, he is irrelevant and
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
(A version of this article appeared in The Wire on 13/09/2016) The sleeves of each assassin are spotless. No sign of blood: no trace of red, not on the edge of the knife, none on the point of the sword. – Faiz Ahmad Faiz, In Search of Vanished Blood, translated by