A dharna was called by AICCTU in front of Mangalagiri Muncipal office in Guntur district in Andhra Pradesh to demand the pending wages and Casual Leaves.
The students of Government Degree College in Yeleswaram Mdl in East Godavari in Andhra Pradesh participated in the Raasta Roko call on 2 March given by district leaders from CPI (ML) and also joined the demonstration against the occupation of college land by local politicians. These politicians own a power
AICCTU has been in the forefront of the struggles in Bangalore demanding minimum wages of sanitation workers, regularization of contractual workers and also same pay for same work. They had sought the support of the students in this struggle. On 3 March, several students from several colleges in Bangalore, including
A memorial will be built in Ghantali village to pay tribute to veteran CPI (ML) leader Com. Srilata Swaminathan. The foundation stone for the memorial was laid by party Central Committee Member Com. Prabhat and CPI (ML)’s Rajasthan state secretary Com. Mahendra Chowdhary. Com. Srilata passed away on 5 February
On 9 March, CPI (ML) Comrade Maan Singh Pal was paid emotional tributes by party activists and the staff of Pratibha Bal- Madhyamik Vidyalaya. Paying tributes to Com. Maan Singh, CPI (ML) Uttarakhand state committee member called for taking forward his struggles and work towards the realisation of his dreams.
The spate incidents involving attacks on the poor in name of liquor ban continue in Bihar resulting in widespread anguish among people. Recently in Barhara, in Bhojpur district, a man named Chhenna Tantva was killed after beating brutally beaten up by the police. Strongly condemning the incident, CPI (ML)’s Bihar
Puducherry: On March 8, Puducherry units of AIPWA, AICCTU, RYA, AISA jointly took out a massive street corner campaign in urban and rural areas of Puducherry. The campaigners demanded the following from the Narayanasamy Congress government: (i) Strict implementation of Supreme Court orders to shift liquor shops in Highways (beyond 500
The results of Assembly elections in the five states of Punjab, Goa, Manipur, Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh have once again stunned political observers and exit poll pundits. The BJP was widely perceived to be having an edge over its contenders in both Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, but nobody could predict