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The Rich Get Richer at the Cost of the Poor

[India’s ruling class, especially in the era of liberalisation, are keen to project an image of India as a country on the make; a country with a dollar-like symbol for ... (read full text)

Updates : National Convention to be held to Launch All India Left Coordination

(Statement issued by CPI(ML) Liberation, Communist Party Marxist (Punjab), Lal Nishan Party (Leninist), Maharashtra, Left Coordination Committee, Kerala on 18 July 2010, at New Delhi) Four organizations of the Left ... (read full text)

Update : Workers Call for an All India General Strike on 7 September

A National Convention of Workers was held on 15 July, 2010 at Mavlankar Hall, New Delhi. It was addressed by leaders of AICCTU, AITUC, HMS, CITU, INTUC, AIUTUC, TUCC and ... (read full text)

Update : Punjab: Flooded Fields, Callous Government

[In the wake of severe floods in Punjab, a CPI(ML) team visited the affected areas. One team comprising the party’s Punjab Secretary Rajwinder Rana, State Secretary of Mazdoor Mukti Morcha ... (read full text)

Fifth All Sri Lanka Congress of the New-Democratic Marxist-Leninist Party

The Fifth All Sri Lanka Congress of the New Democratic Party took place in Colombo on the 25th and 26th of June 2010. The Congress resolved after thorough discussion that ... (read full text)

Update : Singur March

The history of the Singur movement is well-known. The fundamental issues now are return of the lands taken away forcibly, reclaiming the lands turned waste by the Tatas and establishing ... (read full text)

People’ Protest against Land Grab and Displacement

An AIPWA Fact-finding Team Report A water reservoir is due for construction by the Department of Water Resources of Jharkhand, on the Raisa river at Gitildih village of Humta Panchayat ... (read full text)

In Memory of the Martyrs of Bathani Tola

Bathani is a little hamlet where 14 years ago, on 11 July 1996, a private army of upper caste landlords brutally massacred 8 children, 12 women, and 1 man from ... (read full text)

Political Literacy Campaign among Women in Bihar

To mark the centenary year of International Women’s Day, the Party decided to make all-out special efforts to induct new members from among women as well as to take effective ... (read full text)

Censored Truths

Report on Undermining and Betrayal of PESA [Legal rights of adivasis have come into being through a long and hard process of struggles. Like the legal rights of working class, ... (read full text)

Robbing the Commons for the Games of the Wealthy

Brothers and Sisters this magnificent structure is now ready Now you may leave With your full strength You cut the ground Laid a deep foundation Many of your comrades Were ... (read full text)

All India Rural Workers’ Strike

For the very first time in India, rural workers as a class organised themselves for a synchronised protest across the country on 7 July 2010. In this strike, the rural ... (read full text)

On 2nd Cover : No More Hiroshimas and Nagasakis! No More Bhopals!

No More Hiroshimas and Nagasakis! No More Bhopals! Say No to Civil Nuclear Liability Bill! Say No To ‘Strategic’ Slavery to US Imperialism! On August 6 2010, it will be ... (read full text)

Cultural Journey to Birthplace of People’s Poet Nagarjun

To mark the beginning of the birth centenary year of Nagarjun, the Jankavi (People’s Poet) of Hindi, Jan Sanskriti Manch organised several events in his memory. The third State Conference ... (read full text)

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Down With These Undeclared Emergencies !

June 26, 2010 will mark the 35th anniversary of the imposition of the infamous Emergency. Formally speaking, there has been no second imposition of Emergency since 1975. The Congress party ... (read full text)

Binding India Closer in Imperialism’s Embrace

The Indo-US Strategic Dialogue that has taken off early this June in Washinton DC, capital of the United States, is an attempt to bring various key Indian sectors closer into ... (read full text)

Nitish Kumar Ko Gussa Kyun Aata Hai?

Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has been angered no end by the appearance of advertisements in Bihar newspapers showing him together with Narendra Modi. The advertisements were issued on the ... (read full text)

Message from West Bengal Municipal Polls

On May 30, urban as well as semi-urban West Bengal (many municipalities are still considerably rural) voted to elect 81 municipal bodies across the state. Unlike panchayat elections, municipal elections ... (read full text)

Will We Ever Know the Truth?

In the month of May, within a week of each other, two terrible accidents took a heavy toll of human lives – first the air crash at Mangalore airport and ... (read full text)

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