AISA Takes out Students’ Rights March in Daltonganj

The AISA Palamu unit took out a students’ rights march on 31 October 2017 at Daltonganj against the Jharkhand government’s 70% to 90% scholarship cuts, the increasing incidents of rape and violence against women students, and the pushing out of Palamu’s students and youth through the ‘domicile policy’. The march ...

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Pratapgarh (Rajasthan) District Conference

The 3rd CPI (ML) Pratapgarh District Conference was held on 30 November 2017. It was attended by 121 elected delegates from village Panchayats and cities, State Committee members comrades Phulchand Deva, Ramchandra Kulhari, Gautam Meena, Shantilal Trivedi, Saurabh Naruka, and PB member Com. Prabhat Choudhury were present. State Committee member ...

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10th West Bengal State Conference of All India Progressive Women’s Association

10th West Bengal State Conference of All India Progressive Women’s Association

The 10th West Bengal APIWA state conference was concluded on 19th of November 2017 at Jogesh Chandra school in Howrah. The central agenda of the conference was women’s resistance against the ongoing fascist onslaughts. The conference resolved to strengthen the movement for women’s fearless liberty, dignity and equality. About 200 ...

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CPI(ML) Karnataka State Conference

The CPI(ML)’s First State Conference in Karnataka was held on 2nd and 3rd of December. Delegates from Bengaluru, Davangere, Koppal, Mangalore, Bellary and Mysore districts congregated at Bengaluru for the conference. Guests from Kerala, TN and AP were also present. Com. Murthy was the Central Observer deputed by the Party for the ...

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Defend The Vision of Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity

It has now been sixty-eight years since the adoption of the Constitution of India on the 26th of November, 1949. While the adoption of the Constitution was obviously a landmark event, what rings particularly urgent and relevant today is the speech delivered by Dr. Ambedkar the previous day at the ...

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Enthusiastic Response for AISA-RYA’s  Student-Youth Adhikar Yatra

Enthusiastic Response for AISA-RYA’s Student-Youth Adhikar Yatra

Education Not Hate! Jobs not Mobs! On the 7th November, the 100th anniversary of the October Revolution, AISA-RYA’S Student Youth Adhikar Yatra started from Chandigarh. After going through intense mass interaction with student and youth in several towns, mohallas and villages in Delhi, UP, Bihar and Jharkhand, the Yatra culminated ...

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CPI(ML) MLAs Protest in Bihar Assembly Against Bhagalpur Dalit Massacre

CPI(ML) MLAs Protest in Bihar Assembly Against Bhagalpur Dalit Massacre

CPI(ML) MLAs protested the government inside the Bihar Assembly on several burning issues concerning the people of Bihar on November 28. The leader of the Party legislature group in the Assembly Mahboob Alam said that ever since the BJP usurped power in Bihar the instances of communal frenzy and repression ...

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Jan-Assemblies (People’s Parliament) at Sub-Division HQs in Bihar

Jan-Assemblies (People’s Parliament) at Sub-Division HQs in Bihar

On Issues of Ration, Employment, Pension, Housing and Toilets AIARLA organized Jan Assemblies (people’s parliaments) in many districts across the State against the insensitiveness of the government on issues of ration, employment, pension, housing and toilets. At these assemblies in Darbhanga, Samastipur, Beguserai, Nalanda, Champaran, Patna, Gaya and other districts, ...

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Evictions, Communal Conspiracies and Victimisation of Activists Goes On in Assam

The anti-people, anti-poor policies and activities of the BJP led Sarbananda Sonowal govt in Assam has once again been reflected in the eviction of more than 500 families in the Amchang wildlife sanctuary area. This harrowing atrocity left people in open amidst chilling winter, even the schools have not been ...

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Candle Light Memorial for Victims of NTPC Disaster

The CPI(ML) and AICCTU organized a memorial candle light protest march on 3 November at Bhagalpur Station Chowk to pay condolences to the workers killed in the Rae Bareli (Unchahar) NTPC accident and against the Modi-Yogi governments at the Centre and in UP. Leading the protest, Com. SK Sharma said ...

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Jan Akrosh Rally In Salumber (Rajasthan)

The CPI(ML) took out a Jan Akrosh Rally (Public Outrage Rally) on 24 November 2017 against the rampant ration loot in Morila Panchayat, Salumber. The rally culminated in a meeting at the Sub-divisional Office. Hundreds of villagers participated in the rally raising slogans against the political protection given to ration ...

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AIARLA Protest in Kakinada

AIARLA Protest in Kakinada

AIARLA organized a protest demonstration on 20 November 2017 in front of the district collectorate office in Kakinada, East Godavari district in Andhra Pradesh. The protest demonstration had been called to demand housing sites for the poor people of Annavaran village in the district. The protest was led by AIARLA ...

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AIPWA Demands Women’s Reservation Bill to Be Passed in Winter Session

AIPWA Demands Women’s Reservation Bill to Be Passed in Winter Session

AIPWA organized protests demanding that the bill for 33% reservation for women be passed in the winter session of the Parliament. In Patna, AIPWA and other women organizations organized a protest march. Women leaders addressing the protest march declared that if the bill was not passed in the winter session, ...

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CPI(ML) Condemns Demolition of Houses of Poor

CPI(ML) Condemns Demolition of Houses of Poor

On 20 November, the administration of Naitand (Jharkhand) demolished houses of poor in the pretext of encroachment. Several poor have been displaced due to this. It may be noted that none of these houses had been built by encroaching road or government building. The displaced are now forced to spend ...

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Jan Sabha for Workers’ Rights

AICCTU organized a public meeting on 3 November 2017 at Bhagalpur against unemployment, rising prices, increasing attacks on workers’ rights and the Modi government’s anti-worker and anti-country policies. AICCTU leaders speaking at the meeting appealed for strengthening of workers’ unity to promote social harmony and called upon workers to join ...

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Birth Centenary of People’s Poet Ramakant Dwivedi ‘Ramta’

A Ramta Memorial meeting was organized on 29 October 2017 by Jan Sanskriti Manch to commemorate the birth centenary of people’s poet in Hindi and Bhojpuri Ramakant Dwivedi ‘Ramta’. The programme started with the recital of Ramta’s poems, including the famous ‘Kranti ke Ragini Hum ta Gaibe Karab’ (We shall ...

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Martyrdom Day of Comrade Manju Devi

A Sankalp Sabha (memorial meeting) was organized at Karpi Block HQ in Arwal district on 10 November 2017 to observe the 14th martyrdom anniversary of CPI(ML) and AIPWA leader Com Manju Devi. Addressing the memorial meeting, CPI(ML) District Secretary Mahanand said that Com Manju was the voice of the poor ...

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Obituary : Red Salute to Comrade Vishwanath Ram!

Comrade Vishwanth Ram has been at the centre of anti-feudal struggles since the decade of the 70s. Under his leadership the poor of Banauli and Chasi regions in Bhojpur, notorious for feudal oppression, organized themselves; the battle began for the respect and dignity of the dalits and the poor, the ...

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Disturbing Questions Over Death of CBI Judge Justice Loya

Special CBI Judge Justice Brijgopal Harkishan Loya, who was hearing the Sohrabuddin murder case in which Narendra Modi’s lieutenant Amit Shah and several top Gujarat police officers were implicated, died suddenly at a Government guest house in Nagpur on 30 November 2014 – two weeks before the next hearing in ...

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Farmers Hold Massive Kisan Mukti Sansad At Parliament Street

Farmers Hold Massive Kisan Mukti Sansad At Parliament Street

Present Bills To Free Farmers From Debt and Crisis Thousands of farmers, poor peasants and agricultural workers from all over the country, under flags of varying colours representing the diverse peasants’ organisations, flooded Parliament Street in India’s capital Delhi, to hold a ‘Farmers’ Freedom Parliament’ of their own. Holding the ...

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