Articles tagged with: aisa
In Solidarity »
In an extension of the ‘Operation Green Hunt’ against cultural expressions which questioned state violence and rampant atrocities against dalits and tribals, activists of Maharashtra based radical Ambedkarite cultural group Kabir Kala Manch (KKM) were framed under the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) as being ‘Maoists’ and ‘Naxalites’.
The KKM is a cultural organization that has over many years spread its anti-caste, pro-democracy message through music, poetry and theatre. During recent years, when atrocities on Dalits and weaker sections of society began to increase, as witnessed in incidents like the rape …
Demand Proper Investigation, Resist Attempts To Scapegoat and Witch-hunt !!
AISA strongly condemns the twin terror blasts that took place on 21 Feb in Dilsukhnagar in Hyderabad. Two blasts took place, at least 13 people have been killed, and more than 100 have been injured. We express deep condolences to the families of those killed in the blasts and demand smooth disbursal of compensation to all those who have suffered.
Such terror blasts have to be condemned in no uncertain terms, and it is of utmost importance that a proper investigation be …
Know then your braves,
For you the feeble they fight unto their deaths;
They lie down hacked to pieces
on the battlefield they never deserted.
Is it the romance you yearn for?
Then come unto me,
Come holding your head upon your palm… ( A Punjabi poem sung in the memory of Bhagat Singh)
As the last week of March begins, we commemorate the heroic lives of those like Bhagat Singh and his comrades who have become symbol of revolution. We remember the brief, incandescent lives of those like the revolutionary poet Paash martyred on 23 …
AISA’s 7th National Conference was held in Kolkata from 8-10 February. On 8 February, AISA activists from 18 states marched through the streets of central Kolkata and assembled at College Street for a public meeting. The meeting started with the rendition of popular songs by Com. Sanjay Tiwari and a dance performance by AISA activists from Karbi Anglong. Com Ravi Rai, National Secretary, AISA, addressed the gathering from ‘Bharat-Selim-Tapashi’ manch and called for a student movement to resist state repression and Operation Green Hunt and struggling for the right to …