CPIML condemns the criminal negligence that has caused seven workers to be killed and six others severely burned after an accident at the Adani Power Limited (APL)'s Mundra Power plant in Kutch on April 20. Most of these workers are from Bihar and Jharkhand. The internal enquiry into the accident by
May Day saw gatherings all over India protesting the attacks on workers’ rights and the open and covert erosion of labour laws by the Modi Government. In Delhi, workers and students charged with ‘sedition’ showed solidarity with each other. Jawaharlal Nehru University students have been punished by the University authorities for
Some highlights of the 2016 May Day events from around the world include a massive rally by hundreds of thousands of Cubans which condemned the campaign to 'destabilize' leftist governments around Latin America. In France, May Day came in the wake of a huge ongoing uprising of workers and youth against
Since April 27th, 19 students under the leadership of JNUSU have been sitting on a fast unto death demanding withdrawal of the unjust and vindictive rustications and fines. Those on hunger strike include JNUSU President Kanhaiya, JNUSU Gen, Sec, Rama Naga, Ex-JNUSU VP Anant Prakash Narayan, Ex JNUSU Gen. Sec.
The mining mafia has been actively looting the laterite mines in Chinturu, Gajenapudi and Vanthada villages in Prathipadu Mandal of East Godavari district with the help of local revenue, forest officers and active support and participation by leaders of political parties. On 2nd May, under the leadership of CPI ML
The 2nd Chandauli (Uttar Pradesh) district conference of AIPWA against the growing oppression and violence against women concluded on 17 March with the demand for safety, employment, dignity and freedom for women. About 500 women attended the conference which was inaugurated by senior AIPWA (Varanasi) leader Com. Vibha Wahi. AIPWA