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[27 Mar 2014 | No Comment | 921 views]
CPI(ML)’s Charter for Change

Change Policies, Change the Regime,
Ensure People’s Voice in Parliament!
 
CPI(ML)’s Appeal for Lok Sabha Elections 2014
 
Dear Citizens,
 
The Lok Sabha 2014 elections are being held at a time when the country is in a severe crisis. Two decades of pro-corporate, anti-people economic policies have resulted in steeply spiralling prices, hunger, joblessness, farmers’ suicides, and plunder of land and natural resources by corporations, leading to mega scams and forcible eviction of the poor. Education, health, nutritious food, housing and other necessities of a dignified life have all gone out of reach, even as …

National Issues, Pamplet »

[23 Mar 2014 | No Comment | 1,609 views]
भारत 2014:  भ्रष्ट- साम्प्रदायिक- कॉर्पोरेट-फासीवादी षड्यंत्रों को ध्वस्त करो !

भारत 2014:
भ्रष्ट- साम्प्रदायिक- कॉर्पोरेट-फासीवादी षड्यंत्रों को ध्वस्त करो !
दस्तक दे रहे 2014 के लोक सभा चुनाव में देश की जनता ने लूट, दमन और भ्रष्टाचार का पर्याय कांग्रेस-संप्रग को सज़ा देने और बदलाव के लिए वोट करने का निश्चय किया है। इस जायज गुस्से का पफायदा उठाते हुए नरेन्द्र मोदी को आगामी प्रधनमंत्री के रूप में प्रस्तुत करने के लिए एक सुव्यवस्थित अभियान चलाया जा रहा है और नरेन्द्र मोदी को इन सारी समस्याओं का हल बताया जा रहा है।
क्या मोदी सच में इस संकट का समाधन है? या फिर …

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[22 Mar 2014 | No Comment | 9 views]

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Campaign, National Issues, Pamphlet, statements »

[17 Mar 2014 | No Comment | 576 views]
Resist  this Regime of Bullets and Batons in Kashmir!

AISA strongly condemns the use of lethal weapons on unarmed protesters in Bandipora by Kashmir police. Firing by police and CRPF led to the killing of an 18 yr old boy, Farhat Dar. Two other people were injured in the incident.
While the Deputy Commissioner of district Bandipora, Shah Faisal, has ordered a probe, we know very well the nature and content of these probes. In 2010, a 13 yr old innocent boy named Wamiq Farooq fell prey to unprovoked tear gas shelling from the police. In 2013, non-bailable warrants were …

Featured, In Solidarity, National Issues »

[14 Mar 2014 | 5 Comments | 2,952 views]
Defeat Corporate Fascist Gameplan

India 2014: Defeat Corrupt Communal Corporate Fascist Gameplan
 
With the 2014 Lok Sabha at the doorstep, people of India are determined to vote to punish and change the Congress-UPA’s regime of scams, loot, and repression. Taking advantage of this genuine anger, there is a carefully orchestrated campaign, seeking to project Narendra Modi as the next Prime Minister and the solution to all the woes.
Is Modi really the answer to the crisis? Or in fact, does every vote for Modi take the country and the people a step deeper into the abyss …

Campaign, National Issues, Pamphlet, Special, statements »

[14 Mar 2014 | No Comment | 2,074 views]
Modi’s Comunalism: Not a Thing of The Past

With the 2014 Lok Sabha at the doorstep, the carefully orchestrated campaign for past few years to project Narendra Modi as the next Prime Minister of the country has crossed all limits. PR managers and media blitzkrieg are trying to paint Modi, who presided over a horrific communal genocide in 2002, as the messiah of ‘good governance’ and ‘economic growth,’ now far removed from any communal politics.  We are being told:  Forget 2002, Forget the rapes, murders and fake encounters, Forget the state machinery’s role in 2002, and Parade Modi …

Headline, Pamphlet, Special, Statement »

[14 Mar 2014 | 2 Comments | 1,094 views]
One hundred years of sonority: Comrade Saroj Dutta’s birth centenary

“The moribund stream now roars in full flow,
Poison saturates the dream of full moon.
Proud comrade Medusa,
Claim the city.”
An untitled poem, written on cigarette paper, while watching a huge procession of women demanding the release of political prisoners, 1948-49
 
“From the painful streets, from the breathing world of people
Let your reason’s star seek lesson,
Reject the seduction of dumb forests of renunciation,—
Precarious journeys need us to rein in first.
Let the pungent traces of past be quelled,
Let absolute progress emerge from the very crisis of velocity
The long years of bland fecundity
Shall love our resolve, …

In Solidarity, National Issues, Report »

[9 Mar 2014 | 6 Comments | 2,284 views]
Students’ Movement forces UGC to Relax the Eligibility Criteria of OBC Candidates for Appearing in UGC and Recruitment to Faculty positions from 55% to 50% in M.A.!

An Important Victory for Social Justice and Inclusion!
After Years of Dilly-Dallying, Sustained Students’ Pressure Forced the UGC to Relax the Eligibility Criteria of OBC Candidates for Appearing in UGC NET-JRF and Direct Recruitment to Faculty positions from 55% to 50% in M.A.!
AISA led  JNUSU has been consistently and vigilantly protesting against multiple restrictive criteria that UGC keeps imposing from time to time to scuttle the scope of students in JRF and NET and various anomalies in UGC JRF results. It was because of timely protests, UGC was forced to correct …