Fascist BJP Down Down!  Being arrested for calling fascists ‘fascist’ is the surest sign of fascism

Fascist BJP Down Down! Being arrested for calling fascists ‘fascist’ is the surest sign of fascism

Lois Sophia, a 28-year-old student of the University of Montreal, Canada, was arrested for raising ‘Fascist BJP’ slogans against the BJP Tamil Nadu President Thamilisai Soundararajan on a flight to Thoothukudi and at Thoothukudi airport. The BJP Government at the Centre and its puppet, the current Tamilnadu Government, together conducted ...

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Countrywide Protests against arrests of Human Rights Activists

Countrywide Protests against arrests of Human Rights Activists

Protests were held at many cities in the country against the arrest of human rights activists, Left leaning intellectuals, poets and lawyers by branding them ‘urban Naxals’. Uttar Pradesh: A dharna was organized on 29 August in Lucknow at the Ambedkar Statue in Hasratganj. It was attended in large numbers ...

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Resounding Protest by DTC Contract Workers against Wage Reduction Circular

Resounding Protest by DTC Contract Workers against Wage Reduction Circular

The Delhi High Court recently struck down the minimum wages Notification which had been issued after a long struggle. This unfortunate decision has brought the lives of lakhs of workers in Delhi under a dark cloud of uncertainty. Already oppressed by factory owners’ whims and government neglect, the Court’s verdict ...

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CPI(ML) Comrades’ Flood Relief Work In Kerala

As heavy rains and landslides continued for several days in Kerala beginning from the second week of August, CPI(ML) comrades could organise some significant relief work in six districts, organising essential food items, water, clothes, blankets, mats, cooking utensils and many such relief supplies to several hundreds of families which ...

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AISA-RYA Organize Workshop on Marxism in Patna

AISA-RYA Organize Workshop on Marxism in Patna

AISA, RYA and Insaf Manch organized a Marxist training workshop at Patna on 30 August 2018. Addressing the activists participating in the workshop, CPI(ML) General Secretary Com. Dipankar Bhattacharya said that the ideology of Marx is the most powerful weapon in the struggle for social change. There is a great ...

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34th Martyrdom Anniversary of Comrades Chandrakumar and Chandrasekhar Observed At Vizhupuram

On September 2, 34th martyrdom anniversary of Coms Chandrakumar and Chandrasekar, a district study class was held at Gadilem, organised by CPIML Vizhupuram district committee. The ‘Resolution on National Situation’ adopted in the Party’s 10th Congress was read in the study class. Forty six activists and cadres, branch secretaries, local ...

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Resolve of Independence Day 2018: End the Disastrous Modi Regime to Stop the Lynch Mobs and Loot Brigades

On India’s 72nd Independence Day Prime Minister Narendra Modi delivered yet another long address to the nation. This time round it lasted for 82 minutes – 25 minutes longer than his last year’s address, but 12 minutes shorter than his longest Independence Day address of 94 minutes which he had ...

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Lynch Mob Attack on Dr. Sanjay Kumar in Motihari

Lynch Mob Attack on Dr. Sanjay Kumar in Motihari

Close on the heels of a failed assassination bid on former JNU student Umar Khalid in the heart of Delhi, another former JNU student, Dr. Sanjay Kumar, currently a faculty at Mahatma Gandhi Central University, Motihari, was the target of a murderous mob assault. Sanjay along with other teachers had ...

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Candle March Protests in Bihar against Sexual Violence

Candle March Protests in Bihar against Sexual Violence

Protesting against the loot and sexual violence rampant in shelter homes at Muzaffarpur and other places in Bihar as well as other BJP-ruled States in the country, Left parties organized candle marches across Bihar holding those at the top (Nitish Kumar and Modi) responsible for the situation. The protest received ...

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Protest Meeting against Beating of Dalit Student at Bhojpur

On 25 July 2018 door-to-door campaigning for ‘Oust BJP-Save Democracy’ was going on at village Narayanpur in Agiaon Block, Bhojpur District, when a dozen or so lumpen feudal elements from the village set up an attack on the campaign team, made a hostage of one of the students Naveen Kumar, ...

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Protests in Uttar Pradesh against Attacks on Dalits

Protests in Uttar Pradesh against Attacks on Dalits

The CPI(ML) organised state-wide protests in Uttar Pradesh on 14 August 2018 against the burning of the Constitution publicly by Sanghis after the SC-ST Act was reinstated in Parliament, and against the attacks on Umar Khalid in Delhi and Dalits in Mirzapur where forward caste dominant sections ganged up to ...

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Workers’ Protests in Tamil Nadu

Workers’ Protests in Tamil Nadu

On 14 August 2018, more than 1000 workers and youth from all over Tamil Nadu assembled in front of the Madras High court and proceeded towards Legislative Assembly demanding protection to non-permanent workers by framing rules for the recently amended state Standing Order Act which will restrict the proportion of ...

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Third Martyrdom Anniversary of Comrade Satish Yadav Observed

Third Martyrdom Anniversary of Comrade Satish Yadav Observed

On 20 August 2015, Comrade Satish Yadav of Agiaon, Bhojpur, Bihar was shot dead at the hands of Ranveer Sena and BJP leader Rinku Singh, who was also the President of the Badgaon panchayat PACS, and his goons. He was killed because he had been a courageous anti-feudal fighter, leading ...

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Modi Government Fails Test Of DU Students

Modi Government Fails Test Of DU Students

Jumla Nahi Jawab Lenge! Iss Bar Tumse Hisab Lenge! (Not Empty Phrases, We Will Demand Answers and Accounts Of You This Time) DU reverberated with these slogans along with those of Inquilab Zindabad on 21 August. A sea of red flags carried by common students of DU colleges declared today ...

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AISA-RYA Protests in Rayalaseema, AP

AISA has been asserting the rights of students from the most deprived and oppressed sections in the drought-ridden and backward Rayalaseema region comprising four districts of Andhra Pradesh: Kadapa, Kurnool, Chittoor and Anantapur. The Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu hails from this region but it remains backward as ever. The students ...

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Adivasi Adhikar Rally at Ranchi

Adivasi Adhikar Rally at Ranchi

The CPI(ML) Ranchi City Committee organized an Adivasi Adhikar Rally (Adivasi Rights Rally) to observe World Indigenous Peoples Day on 9 August 2018. Adivasis organized attractive floats at the rally which started from the Party State office and reached Albert Ekka Chowk via Main Road, Sarjana Chowk and Shaheed Chowk, ...

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Jan Adhikar Rally in Udaipur

Jan Adhikar Rally in Udaipur

The CPI(ML) organized a Jan Adhikar rally on 9 August 2018 at Salumber Tehsil, Udaipur District, Rajasthan. The common people of the area took part in the rally in large numbers. The rally started from Seling and traversed through the city, culminating at the Bus Station where it was addressed ...

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Convention in Uttarakhand

A ‘Save the Constitution-Save Democracy’ convention was organized under the ‘Naye Bharat ke Vaaste-Bhagat Singh Ambedkar ke Raaste’ campaign on 9 August, the anniversary of the Quit India movement, at Ambedkar Hall in Lalkuan (Nainital). The convention began with tributes to the memory of our freedom fighters, and a song ...

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March against Forced Migration and Lack of Jobs

A protest march was held at Meral Block under the CPI(ML) and Jharkhand General Mazdoor Union banners to protest against the death of two young migrant workers Munip Paswan and Kanchan Paswan from Rejo and Bana villages who were forced to migrate due to lack of jobs in their home ...

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Tea Workers Strike in Assam for Minimum Wage Hike

On 20th August, 2018, the Joint Action Committee of Tea Workers Wage (JACTWW) called a day long strike (Bagisa Bondh) on the demand of Rs 351.33 per day wage of tea workers. This is longstanding demand of tea workers of Assam, and JACTWW has been build up struggle on this ...

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