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A Life Forged in Struggle: An Obituary to Comrade Mulkraj

The octogenarian leader of CPI(ML), Comrade Mulkraj passed away at a hospital in Rohini Sector 6 in Delhi on 27 August 2016. He was 89 years old. His death marks... (read full text)


Scholar And Activist Sharit Bhowmick Abhijit Mazumdar Sharit Bhowmick was the first scholar to write on the trade union structures and mobility in Bengal tea gardens, and to expose the... (read full text)

Samajik Parivartan Yatra and Conference in Bihar

Samajik Parivartan Yatra and Conference in Bihar The CPI(ML) held a Samajik Parivartan Yatra (March for Social Change) all over Bihar to strengthen the unity and continuity between Bihar’s long... (read full text)

August 15, 2016: Modi’s Deceptive Rhetoric versus the Inspiring Una Resolve

When the people of India fought for freedom from British colonial rule, there was one ideological-political stream which not only stayed away from that great struggle but tried its best... (read full text)

Modi’s Foreign Policy and the Kashmir-Balochistan Conundrum

The cat is now out of the bag. Towards the end of his long and tiring Independence Day address, Modi let the Balochistan cat jump out of the bag of... (read full text)

Draft National Education Policy 2016 : Blueprint for Commercialisation and Saffronisation

The MHRD document ‘Some Inputs for Draft National Education Policy 2016’ is being challenged and protested by students all over the country, who are instead demanding an “egalitarian education system... (read full text)

Hike in Delhi’s Minimum Wages A Welcome Step

While welcoming the Delhi Government’s announcement of hiking minimum wages by fifty percent and proposed amendments to Minimum Wages Act, 1948 AICCTU has drawn attention to the fact that after... (read full text)

Women at the Rio Olympics

“I’m not the next Usain Bolt or Michael Phelps. I’m the first Simone Biles.” – Simone Biles, Individual all-round, vault, and floor gold medalist. The Olympic Games are relevant, not... (read full text)

Dalits, Adivasis Demand Independence From Oppression, Exploitation, Corporate Plunder

15 August 2016 – India’s Independence Day – witnessed some unique and inspiring movements. The Dalits of Una and the adivasis of Bastar chose to mark Independence Day by highlighting... (read full text)

Travelling through Bastar to Reclaim Democracy and Freedom

Malay Tiwari, CPI(ML) activist from West Bengal, and Anupam Roy, artist and CPI(ML) activist, participated in the August Kranti- Tiranga Padyatra from Dantewada to Gompad in Bastar, Chhattisgarh. Here are... (read full text)

Protests Against BJP Government in Assam

The BJP has celebrated its first-ever Government in Assam, as a platform to expand their influence in other NE states. At the BJP’s National Executive Meeting all BJP leaders wore... (read full text)

Women Honorarium Workers’ Struggle In Uttarakhand

The women of Uttarakhand have always played a leading role in various democratic movements including struggle for Uttarakhand state and Chipko Aandolan. Though the governments that came to power after... (read full text)

Updates : Kashmiri Youth Charged With Sedition For Sharing Facebook Post

Representatives from the CPI (ML), CPI, Chhattisgarh Mukti Morcha, AICCTU, AITUC, All India Progressive Women’s Association, and All India Youth Federation met the Superintendent of Police, Durg, Chhattisgarh with regard... (read full text)

Tribute : Mahasweta Devi & Neelabh Ashk

The unflinching voice of resistance Mahasweta Devi, whose pen was committed to the cause of India’s most oppressed, passed away at the age of 90. In her sixty-year long career... (read full text)


Com. Mitranand Singh Com. Mitranand Singh, district secretary of CPI (ML)’s Nalanda district unit passed away on the morning of 14 August. He was in the ICU for several days... (read full text)

‘Democracy? Whose Democracy?’

A public meeting held in London on the eve of Independence Day organized by South Asia Solidarity Group discussed the Indian state’s current offensive in Kashmir and its history, the... (read full text)

70th Independence Day

The Modi Government has announced that India’s 70th Independence Day – 15 August 2016 –will be marked by celebrations on the theme of ‘Yaad Karo Kurbani’ (Remember the Sacrifices). Celebrations... (read full text)

Brexit and After

After a viciously xenophobic and violent campaign that even saw the unprecedented killing of a popular Labour MP, Jo Cox, the Brexit (Britain plus exit) camp secured a surprise victory... (read full text)