Resist the Illegitimate JDU-BJP Regime, Reclaim the Spirit of the 2015 Bihar Mandate

Resist the Illegitimate JDU-BJP Regime, Reclaim the Spirit of the 2015 Bihar Mandate

“It took barely 36 hours for one of the biggest political U-turns to be taken to its successful conclusion. Operation Bihar was the political equivalent of Hitler’s 1940 Blitzkrieg and Israel’s success in the Six-Day War in 1967.” This profoundly insightful observation on the recent political coup in Bihar has ...

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Statement Of Solidarity With the Narmada Bachao Andolan

The CPI(ML) extends its full solidarity and support to the Narmada Bachao Andolan that for the past 32 years has waged an inspiring struggle to protect the environment and people’s land and livelihood. That struggle has led the way in questioning anti-people and pro-corporate policies being disguised as ‘development’, and ...

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Condemn The Arrest of Documentary Filmmaker Divya Bharathi

The CPI(ML) condemns the arbitrary and illegal arrest of documentary filmmaker and CPI(ML) Liberation member Divya Bharathi by the Tamil Nadu police yesterday. Comrade Divya, whose most noted recent film was Kakkoos, a searing documentary about manual scavenging, was arrested for her participation in a student protest in 2009. In ...

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Tank In JNU: Modi Government Is Waging War On India’s Universities

Tank In JNU: Modi Government Is Waging War On India’s Universities

The JNU Vice Chancellor, at a political event commemorating ‘Kargil Divas’, requested the two NDA Ministers present to procure a decommissioned Army tank for the campus. He claimed that such a tank was needed to “inculcate love for the Army” among the students. On the same occasion, two of the ...

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Modi’s Israel Visit: A Betrayal of Democratic Principles

Modi’s Israel Visit: A Betrayal of Democratic Principles

“I have to take care of interests of India. I need more water. Clean water. Where will I get it? Ramallah? No”: This is what Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on his recent visit to Israel. Netanyahu let slip this detail to reporters accidentally, ...

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March Against Mob Violence in Udaipur

March Against Mob Violence in Udaipur

Democratic, secular people of Udaipur took out a peaceful protest march on 18 July 2017 against the incidents of terrorism, communalism and mob violence that have taken place in the country during the past few months. The march, starting from the Town Hall and culminating at the Collector’s office, was ...

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CPI (ML) to Agitate for Release of Mastan Manjhi and Painter Manjhi

CPI (ML) to Agitate for Release of Mastan Manjhi and Painter Manjhi

CPI (ML) Bihar State Secretary Com. Kunal said in a statement that the draconian provisions of the anti-liquor law have started wreaking havoc on the poor. A fast track court in Jehanabad, in just 40 days, has sentenced 2 brothers Mastan Manjhi and Painter Manjhi from Unta Musahar Tola to ...

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CPI (ML) and Insaf Manch’s Fact Finding on Lathi Charge in Biharsharif

CPI (ML) and Insaf Manch’s Fact Finding on Lathi Charge in Biharsharif

The incident at Gagandiwan in Biharshariff has exposed the true face of the so-called ‘secular’ Bihar government. ‘Not in My Name’ is a countrywide campaign through which peace and justice loving citizens are raising their voice to save the country’s composite culture. But the Nalanda district administration, terming this campaign ...

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All India Conference of Land Rights Movement in Ranchi

The All India Conference of the Land Rights Movement was held in Ranchi on 19 and 20 June 2017 under the aegis of national and state level people’s organizations, especially Left farmers’ organizations. CPI (ML) central committee member and former MLA Com. Vinod Singh along with AIKM State unit members ...

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Nation-Wide Campaign on ‘Save Education, Save Country’

Nation-Wide Campaign on ‘Save Education, Save Country’

With a call to Save Education, Save Country, AISA launched its nation-wide campaign at Gandhi Peace Foundation, Delhi on 22 July, against the Regime of Seat-Cut, NET-Cut, Fund-Cut and the saffron policy offensive against education, employment and hate propaganda by RSS/BJP. AISA’s National General Secretary Com. Sandeep Saurav, National President ...

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Workers’ protests:

Workers’ protests:

Borgaon Tea Estate, Assam Borgaon TE was declared locked out on 21st July following two days continuous worker’s Strike in protest against an order by the management. Though a meeting was called by the Labour Officer to break the stalemate, the management sent a lock out notice to the Labour Officer ...

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Cadre Convention in Garhwa

The CPI (ML) organized a Division level cadre convention in Palamu on 18 July 2017. Party General Secretary Com. Dipankar Bhattacharya was the chief guest at the convention. Addressing the cadre convention Com. Dipankar said that it looks as if Palamu Division has gone back 30 years in time. In ...

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Fact- Finding Report from Bashirhat

Fact- Finding Report from Bashirhat

A team led by Comrades Subroto Sengupta, Secretary, Babuni Majumdar and Nabendu Dasgupta visited the riot prone areas of Bashirhat on 11th July for fact finding. A brief summary of the report prepared by them is shared below. According to the team, as they travelled in the train, there were ...

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Amarnath Killings: Rebuff Communal And Divisive Propaganda

Amarnath Killings: Rebuff Communal And Divisive Propaganda

A heinous terrorist attack on 10 July killed seven Amarnath pilgrims in the Kashmir Valley. In an encouraging affirmation of humanity against hate, this attack has met with universal condemnation and protests by ordinary people from the Kashmir Valley to various Indian towns and cities. The 10 July killings are ...

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Campaign in Delhi Against Mob Lynching

The CPI(ML), All India People’s Forum, AISA, AICCTU, NTUI, Building Workers’ Union, AIPWA, and Delhi Nagrik Manch have together launched a pledge-taking campaign all over Delhi to reaffirm Constitutional values and rebuff hate-mongering propaganda and mob-lynching. The campaign, which began on 15 July, will culminate on the country’s Independence Day, ...

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‘Azaadi Kooch’ Marks One Year of Una Resistance to Gau-Goons

‘Azaadi Kooch’ Marks One Year of Una Resistance to Gau-Goons

Marking one year since the public stripping and flogging of Dalits by a mob of cow-goons in Una, Gujarat, the Rashtriya Dalit Adhikar Manch (RDAM) called for an Azaadi Kooch (March For Freedom) in Gujarat. Activists from all over the country, including RDAM leader Jignesh Mevani, Bihar AISA Secretary Shivprakash ...

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Massive Left Rally in Kolkata Against Communal Violence

Massive Left Rally in Kolkata Against Communal Violence

Thousands of people marched with colourful banners and posters, under the banner of Left parties in Kolkata on 12 July, to reaffirm and assert West Bengal’s legacy of communal har-mony and protest against recent incidents of communal violence at Basirhat, North 24 Par-ganas. The march was organised by 20 political ...

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Kisan Mukti Yatra Culminates at Parliament Street

Kisan Mukti Yatra Culminates at Parliament Street

The Kisan Mukti Yatra (organised by the Akhil Bhartiya Kisan Sangharsh Samanvay Samiti comprising 160 peasant organisations) which began from Mandsaur in Madhya Pradesh (where protesting farmers were shot dead by police) and covered Maharashtra, Gujarat, Ra-jasthan, Uttar Pradesh, and Haryana, reached Delhi and culminated in a massive Kisan Mukti ...

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Domestic Workers Protest in NOIDA: Face Repression, Eviction from Homes And Jobs

Domestic Workers Protest in NOIDA: Face Repression, Eviction from Homes And Jobs

A domestic worker, Zohra, from Cooch Behar in West Bengal, was beaten and kept in illegal custody by her employers in the Mahagun Moderne apartments in Greater Noida. Her family members and other domestic workers protested by storming the Mahagun Moderne complex, raising slogans. Vandalism by some of the workers ...

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Bengaluru Water Supply and Sewerage Workers Demonstrate

Hundreds of contract/outsourced workers of BWSSB (Bangalore Water Supply and Sewerage Board) demonstrated on 12 July 2017, demanding minimum wages for workers engaged in Sewerage Treatment Plants (STP). The demonstration was organized by the AICCTU. The administration which had earlier disowned the workers, declaring that they would have nothing to ...

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