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Spate of Scams:

‘Laissez Faire’ for Corporate Loot [The rapid proliferation and sheer scale of scams that we are witnessing are shameful even by Indian standards. The 2-G spectrum scam has been dubbed ... (read full text)

Barack Obama’s India Visit – Outsourcing US’ Economic Crisis to India

(The ruling Congress and main opposition BJP alike were unanimous in hailing US President Barack Obama’s India visit as a great success. Behind all the hype, what did the visit ... (read full text)

Countrywide Protests Against Obama Visit

The All India Left Coordination (AILC) had called for countrywide protests with the slogan “US Imperialism Keep off from India, Keep Off from Asia!, Asia is not for US Meddling ... (read full text)

Comrade Ram Naresh Ram Will Always Remain Alive in Ours Hearts

CPI(ML)’s senior-most leader and architect of the people’s revolutionary struggles led by the CPI(ML) in Bhojpur, Comrade Ram Naresh Ram (Parasji) passed away on 26 October 2010 at the age ... (read full text)

Jharkhand: Towards Panchayat Polls

After a gap of 32 years, Panchayat elections in Jharkhand – the first since its inception as separate state — are just round the corner. Over the last 10 years, ... (read full text)

Delhi Building Collapse: Crime Against Unorganised Workers

[CPI(ML) teams conducted an investigation into the collapse of a building in Laxminagar, in which a large number of workers and their families were killed. A team comprising CPI(ML) CCM ... (read full text)

Upholding A Culture of Resistance

Dedicated to the struggles against the culture of exploitation and oppression, the 12th National Conference was organised successfully in Durg (Chhattisgarh) on the 13th and 14th November 2010. Representatives from ... (read full text)

Updates : AISA Victories in Karbi Anglong and Garhwal

Karbi Students’ Association (KSA), an affiliate of AISA won the post of Vice President and General Secretary of Diphu Government College (DGC) Students’ Union. It is an outcome of the ... (read full text)

Update : 8th State Conference at Tripura

CPI(ML) held its 8th state Conference of Tripura on 20-21st November at Agartala. “Carry forward peoples’ movement, strengthen the revolutionary left” was the central slogan of the conference. The Conference ... (read full text)

Update : Ambattur: A Year of Struggle of Women Garment Workers

Over the last one year, women workers of Bombay Rayons Ltd, an export garment factory in Ambattur Industrial Estate in Chennai have scripted a story of determined struggles. In the ... (read full text)

Update : Workers of Gouripore Jute Mill Hold Rally

The workers of the Gouripore Jute Mills, a closed mill since 1997, organised a Hunger Rally, baring their bodies and brandishing empty plates to signify the struggle of workers at ... (read full text)

Update : Bar Council of India (BCI) Tries to Bar the Practice of Law!

The Bar Council Of India’s (BCI) absurd proposal to start conducting an all-India level mandatory ‘entrance exam’ – which all qualified lawyers will have to pass in order to start ... (read full text)

Students Resistance to Fee Hikes in Britain

On November 10 this year, more than 50,000 students from all over Britain converged in the streets of London protesting the new proposals for massive cuts in higher education, which ... (read full text)

Red Salute to Comrade Rajesh!

With a heavy heart, we have to convey the tragic news of the untimely death of Comrade Rajesh Ranjan, an activist of AISA and CPI(ML), who passed away of a ... (read full text)

A Blow to the Spirit of Modern India

On the eve of the Allahabad High Court verdict on Ayodhya, we had said the verdict would be a “test case for India’s secularism, democracy and justice.” Now, following a ... (read full text)

Ayodhya Verdict: Faith Privileged Over Fact

[The demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1992 rocked the foundations of secular India. The Ayodhya issue, often misrepresented as a Hindu-Muslim dispute, in fact represents a contest between secular ... (read full text)

US hands off India, hands off Asia!

Barack Obama’s journey to India in the first week of November promises to be remarkable on several counts. Not all US Presidents visited India; those who did came here only ... (read full text)

The CWG Aftermath: Lessons and Challenges

The Commonwealth Games 2010 are finally over. India finished second with 38 gold medals (third in overall medal tally), with Indian women participants contributing nearly 40% of the total medals. ... (read full text)

Karnataka, Jharkhand, Bihar: BJP’s Sordid Saga of Opportunism

In state after state where it is in power or shares power, the BJP stands racked by factional wars and opportunistic strife. The BJP’s “party with a difference” claims have ... (read full text)

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