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10th Tamil Nadu State Conference of CPI(ML)

CPI(ML)’s 10th Tamilnadu State Conference was held on 27th and 28th February at Sengundram, in Thiruvallur district. The conference hall was named after Comrade TKS Janardhanan and Comrade Ammaiappan. The... (read full text)

CPI(ML) State Conference in Uttarakhand

The 2nd Uttarakhand State conference of the CPI(ML) was held on 19-20 March 2016 in Srinagar (Garhwal). The conference venue was named in memory of Com. Nagendra Saklani who was... (read full text)

CPI(ML) in Assembly Elections 2016

Assam 6 Left parties – the CPI, CPI(M), CPI(ML) Liberation, RSP, Forward Bloc and RCPI have formed a united Left platform. The CPI(ML)’s candidates are as follows: 1. Chabua –... (read full text)


Comrade Chinta Singh ! Comrade Chinta Singh, a veteran of several struggles in Palamu in Jharkhand, passed away on 12 March. For the past 5-6 years, she had been suffering... (read full text)

March 2016

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No Crushing of Dissent in Hyderabad and JNU Sanghi Disinformation and Despotism Shall Not Pass

The stunning sequence of events in Delhi in February has appalled all who care about democracy in India. The unprecedented alacrity with which the Union Home Ministry, Delhi Police and... (read full text)

Salary-starved Municipal Employees Expose the Myth of Urban Governance in Delhi

For two weeks, municipal employees of Delhi were on strike demanding the most basic right of a worker – to get his or her due salary on time. This is... (read full text)

Jharkhand On Auction: Reality of ‘Make In India’

The budget session of the Assembly is on. Questions are being raised on the issues such as rehabilitation of the displaced, the policy for employment of local people, food security... (read full text)

‘We Argue, We Listen, We Debate’

Delhi has seen upsurges of the young and idealistic before – in the anti-corruption movement and in the anti-rape movement. Those skeptical of seeing hope of a political awakening of... (read full text)

‘Smart Cities’: Erosion of Urban Democracy

Twenty cities have been selected by the ministry of Urban Development for the Smart Cities ‘Mission’. Another 80 cities will be included in next two rounds of this endeavour in... (read full text)

Low Crude Prices Can’t Gloss Over the Real State of Economy for Long

Over last one year all commodities are in free fall and crude oil is no exception to this. While other commodity prices are down due largely to market forces, in... (read full text)

Modi Government’s War on Students And on Democracy

The Modi Government has waged war on campuses and on the right to dissent. If one young life – that of Rohith Vemula – was snuffed out in this war... (read full text)

Branding Dissent As Anti-National

“The best way to take control over a people and control them utterly is to take a little of their freedom at a time, to erode rights by a thousand... (read full text)

How ABVP Lost the Battle for JNU

The ABVP thought it could destroy the Left in JNU by branding it as anti-national. Instead, the ABVP stands thoroughly isolated and defeated in JNU. Several of its own activists... (read full text)

Zee News Producer Vishwa Deepak’s Resignation Letter

Excerpts Zee News whipped up a frenzy against JNU, and was later joined by other channels like Times Now and News X. All three aired fake video footage, fake ‘IB... (read full text)

Meet The Eight JNU Students Suspended For ‘Sedition’

Speeches of JNU Leaders Excerpts JNUSU President Kanhaiya Kumar They are the people who burn the tricolour; they are the stooges of Savarkar, who apologised to the British. They are... (read full text)


As the sordid tale of morphed pictures, doctored videos, witch-hunting based on fake twitter handles and brutal violence against JNU students and faculty inside the court premises and outside begin... (read full text)

The Left in 2016: Tough Challenges And Great Opportunities (Part II)

Part II Like in Venezuela, the left movement in Greece too now finds itself at a crossroads – but of a very different kind. Let us pick up the thread... (read full text)

‘Free Pricol Eight’ Campaign In Tamilnadu

Anticipating some severe punishment in the case, AICCTU state working committee meeting was held in Coimbatore on December 1 which decided to get prepared for any eventuality. After the meeting... (read full text)

Tribals Falsely Arrested in Red Sanders Murder Case Released

More than 350 tribals, arrested on trumped up charges of double murder of Andhra Pradesh forest officials at the behest of red sandalwood smugglers, have been acquitted and released from... (read full text)